This blog is seven years old today. I’ve written 2,273 posts so far, a little less than one per day.
Over the holidays I combed through older posts looking for typos, broken links, etc. I fixed a lot of little things, but I’m sure I missed a few. If you find any problems, please let me know.
Most popular posts
Here are some of the most popular posts for the last three years.
In 2011 I split my most popular post list into three parts:
In 2010 I split the list into two parts:
I didn’t post a list of most popular posts for 2009, but the most popular post that year was Why programmers are not paid in proportion to their productivity.
Finally, my most popular posts for 2008.
Here are a few other places you can find things I write:
- Journal articles
- Software articles
3 thoughts on “Blog seventh anniversary”
Congratulations, John! Thank you for all the useful information and tips, always look forward to reading it!
Congratulations! I’m always curious about how people with large blog archives manage them – remembering interesting posts to link to, building up thoughts over time… In addition to your yearly reviews of popular posts, do you do other things to help you remember or get an overview?
Thanks. I don’t do anything special. I mostly remember what I wrote.
Technical posts have easy keywords to search on, so it’s not hard to look up posts on a given topic. Less technical posts, say on creativity, are harder to locate.