As has become my wont, at the end of each year I do a series of posts looking back at what I’ve done and how people reacted. This is the first, a list of the most-read posts from 2011.
There’s not a lot to choose from this year. Most of my writing has been elsewhere. But there’s some interesting results nonetheless.
- Right, Google, you stupid cunts, this is simply not on! I’m not surprised this is the most-read, but it simply wouldn’t have gotten the attention it did if it weren’t for the c-word. I’ve actually received quite a few compliments about this post.
- I just don’t get LinkedIn, do you?
- Follow Politics & Technology Forum people on Twitter.
- Patch Monday: There are no NBN apps: Turnbull. Given that this is actually just linkage to the podcast site, I’m surprised it got this many views.
- On stage for the Microsoft Politics & Technology Forum, being my plug for the event.
- Goodbye, Artemis. I’m hardly surprised this one generated so much traffic. There was so much interest in the demise of this much-loved feline.
- So LinkedIn is a giant Rolodex, eh?
- Twitter: a guide for busy paranoids
- And so begins 2011… in fear, being one of my rare personal pieces.
- Google+ gives me grief, generally
And here are the 10 most-read posts of 2011 that weren’t written in 2011.
- So this is human sexuality? This is what happens when you fill a post with sex-related keywords.
- Why all corporate PR droids should be shot
- HTC Desire to OS X tethering via USB, still getting hits despite being for an outdated version of Android.
- Conroy’s speech to ALIA Information Online 2009
- Jim Wallace’s pro-censorship lies and distortions. I’m surprised that this post in particular was pulling traffic, out of all those about internet censorship, because I don’t think it’s the best.
- My new hero: Hideki Moronuki
- Viocorp Future Forum: The Future of News Reporting
- Note to “old media” journalists: adapt, or stfu!
- Topic 9 to discuss Australia 2020 Summit’s government topic
- Cheap fake tan and fat thighs? Snooki!
If you’d like to compare this with previous years, try these: