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national clean your home month
this year has been and continues to be bad! I invite you to invest a little time in your home and mental wellbeing by participating in this November challenge. From the NaClYoHoMo manifesto: But before you start feeling stressed about the idea of cleaning your home, let's be clear: the goal of NaClYoHo is not actually to end up with a clean home. The goal of NaClYoHo is to spend time each day addressing something you’d like to change about your living space. [more inside]
99: HOW DID IT BE THE 2ND?!
The 99th(!!!) podcast was recorded earlier today and runs about 1h45m as we cover November on MeFi, Thanksgiving fun, and other upcoming events. [more inside]
Ready for another awesome MeFi Music collaboration? November's Music Challenge is to create a MeFi version of Tubular Bells. Please drop by and overdub something, and make sure to announce your instrument in true Tubular Style.
This podcast covers the tail end of October as well as November. We sort of steered clear of anything from December for the next podcast that will recap the Awesome Post Contest. This one was run high and tight, only at an hour and with no edits during the time we talked. [more inside]
NaNoWriMo 2011 ends today!
The deadline is less than 12 hours away: So, NaNoWriMo 2011 MeFites, how'd we do? [more inside]
56: Who Set What on Fire?
This episode was recorded Monday, November 8th and runs a bit over an hour long. We recap the usual stuff from around MetaFilter [more inside]
The one where we talk about November Experiment stats
A thread for discussing November Experiment data, stats, graphs, and other datawankery. [more inside]
Ottawa meetup, anybody? (take two)
Ottawa meetup rescheduled! [more inside]
Is anyone else participating in Movember? Is there a MetaFilter team? Should there be? [more inside]
Metafilter in Yahoo Internet Life November 2001.
Don't know if it's been mentioned - Metafilter shows up a few times in the November edition of Yahoo Internet Life, including a six-comment snip of the original 9/11 post.