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2010 in Review

January 3, 2011

If you blog at WordPress.com as I do, you received a helpful e-mail informing you of some of the stats for your blog from 2010. I found some of this intriguing as I begin planning some topics for 2011. I typically post on timely information and items that are of interest to me, so it surprises me which were the top visited posts and what searches bring people to ThumannResources.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were

  • twitter.com
  • Google Reader
  • edcommunity.apple.com
  • cmsce.rutgers.edu
  • delicious.com

Some visitors came searching, mostly for

  • itouch
  • children’s internet protection act 2009
  • njecc
  • lisa thumann
  • you get what you get and you don’t get upset

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.

1

Who Owns Your Data? September 2010
12 comments

2

10 Steps to a Gmail Makeover March 2010
30 comments

3

iTouch the Future…I Teach – Music May 2008
13 comments

4

What My Droid Does – Part 3 February 2010
4 comments

5

Web 2.0 Smackdown at TechForum October 2010
10 comments

I have not yet decided if I will continue posting about the Droid and I haven’t blogged about the iPod Touch in about 2 years, but the other popular posts were information that I was interested in and therefor wanted to share. My prediction is that I will mainly post about:

  • 1:1 laptop initiatives
  • Steps towards systemic change in schools
  • Google Apps Education Edition and how it improves teaching and learning

Thanks for reading, subscribing and commenting in 2010. I hope to see your voice here in 2011.

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