It’s that time of year where you have to post an annual wrap-up of the previous year’s posts.
Just sneaking into the top ten is Steve’s introduction to some of the ways to access email for users of the new Google powered email.
Sam introduces a summer’s worth of hard work (not so much from me – I was driving across America!)
A post from late 2008 writing up a presentation I gave at BarCamp Liverpool and repeated at IWMW 2009.
An attempt to balance out #2 in the list by taking a sideswipe at those who are maybe a little too addicted
A write up of some of the early coverage of the Argleton meme.
Coming soon to a website or portal near you – still a few things to iron out but we hope you’ll like what we do.
Live on the set of the forthcoming TV advert and testing out the new Flip Camera we’ve got.
Everyone loves web stats, okay maybe it’s just me! Six months on and Internet Explorer has dropped to 76.9%, Firefox down a little to 13.5%, Opera has held steady while Webkit-based browsers, Safari and Chrome, have jumped to 5.6% and 3.6% respectively. Breaking down IE shows IE6 use continues to fall (down to under 11%) while IE8 usage has trebled. There’s hope for a standards-based-browser future yet!
Little did I know when I wrote this post that it would unleash such a debate! Ironically we’ve just had the 2’ of snow that benefitted Bath’s uptake so we’ll see whether usage grows!
And in at #1 is a little post I fired out about a typo on a map
As well as individual posts, a number of tag pages that rank pretty highly including “symfony”, “argleton”, “google maps”, “twiterdeck” and “facebook”.