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Guest Post Ultra-Marathon Update Five

It was another great week in guest post marathon land.  I wrote several more this week,  but they will not be published until next week or later.

Enjoy the rest of these posts from the wonderful blogs and websites of:


Study Skills Mentor

Compost Happens

You’ll have to scroll down about one page to find that one.

Corporate Eye

If you missed them, here are the other updates with my other guests posts written during this experiment:

Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4


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  • Ben (from TIC) October 18, 2009, 9:09 am


    You are on a roll. Keep pounding away on those keys. Do you know how many wpm you can type?


    • Josh Hanagarne October 18, 2009, 10:31 am

      Ben, I type about 105 if I’m not actually composing a piece and thinking it through.

      • Ben (from TIC) October 18, 2009, 12:23 pm


        I sent you a guest post typed at about 20. I’ve got to practice my finger exercises.

        I think my personal favorite post above is the study skills post. Any reference to Alice will get major points from me.

        • Josh Hanagarne October 18, 2009, 12:39 pm

          Ben, thanks. I love that blog and was thrilled when I was asked to guest over there. I love Alice even more than I love that blog.

  • Lori October 18, 2009, 12:34 pm

    Great job, Josh!
    I’m just getting through the posts from your last update (loved the Men with Pens article). Now I have more yummy stuff to read, thanks!

    BTW: 105 is nothing. I won the award for fastest typist in my sophomore typing class – but was then disqualified b/c of my unacceptable error rate. Jerks (!) – that wouldn’t matter now that correct-o-tape is no longer required. Right?

    • Josh Hanagarne October 18, 2009, 12:40 pm

      Lori, it depends. Was your error rate 99% I imagine I could type 300 wpm if error rate didn’t matter:)

      • Lori October 18, 2009, 3:08 pm

        Ha! Funny…
        I thought the point was to make fast clicky noises – so it makes one sound busy, right?
        Congrats again, you’re inspiring lots of folks out there.

  • Ainslie October 26, 2009, 3:20 am

    Hi Josh,

    Thanks for the post. I love it. I also used it as a lesson plan for my students. Hopefully their comments will be up by the end of the week. I am impressed with their creativity, but disappointed by the characters chosen.

    Thanks again

    Ainslie aka the Study Skills Mentor