As it is by now tradition, here there’s my annual checkpoint on blog activities (former years’ digests: (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010).
This is my 514th blog post, which sounds like a pretty unbelievably high pile of blabber… until you look at the numbers of certain overzealous tweeters (I won’t add any links here, but if you want to make a search for the latest OkCupid survey about Twitter. J/K guys, of course ). Ah BTW I tweet too, but very little (mostly announcements).
Aaanyway, here there’s a list of the most notable entries in the last 11 months (since I covered May in the last roundup).
In term of post numbers, it’s about the same as previous years: 75 posts, last year it was 75 as well. But I feel that it is less that it should have been. This year we produced content not only in extraordinary amount , but also exceptionally packed of good info, practices and reusable solutions. That info is there, and the ones among you who had the time to dive into it are reaping the benefits; however we need to do a better job at highlighting and isolating the important parts. Also, I really miss my philosophical posts about STSes and claims, especially now that our tools make those less abstract and others are finally warming up to the concept (good moooooorning!!!). The bandwidth is what it is and in all honesty I don’t think I could have written more, but I will definitely try to do better.
As usual, I want to thank all my readers. I hope I am providing a useful service, and that you’ll keep forgive my occasional vagaries about gadgets and misc oddities: these days I usually get those out of my system by posting on Facebook, where I harass a much smaller audience, but some time stuff overflows here