It’s All About Me
According to the wordpress.com stats helper monkeys, these metrics summarize my 2013 blogging output:
Since conjuring up dorky, childish, clipart pictures seems to be my “strength“, it’s not surprising that I uploaded over twice as many pretentious pictures as blog posts.
The WP monkeys didn’t stop there. Those animals also tallied up my most-viewed posts of 2013:
Even though I don’t post on the topic as much as I do on other “stuff“, every single one of my top five “best sellers” explores some aspect of programming in C++ that piqued my interest. But that’s not surprising. Members of two sites with large C++ programmer followings, reddit.com and isocpp.com, decided to share links to my top five on those sites.
In addition to being a blathering blogger, I was fairly active on Twitter in 2013. The talented programmers at vizify.com gratuitously compiled a nice little video of my 2013 Twitter activity (you can see it here) and tallied up my most impactful tweets:
If wordpress.com and vizify.com can create synopses like these, just imagine what the NSA can do.
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- RT @RichardHaass: Tough but fair/accurate @WSJ editorial on how this president's lack of respect for the truth will come to haunt him http… 2 hours ago
- RT @nitish_dayal: Docs for general knowledge, books for deeper insight. Pretty accurate. Also, TY to everyone who writes docs. It's tough.… 2 hours ago
- I'm a mild SegWit supporter. Only because of development process issues- not technical issues. 3 hours ago
- RT @ethanerk: I've picked a side in the #Bitcoin scaling debate. #BitcoinUnlimited is my pref' for scaling into the future. https://t.co/q… 17 hours ago
- RT @jgarzik: If you dislike miner centralization, then you dislike soft forks, which rely heavily on miner enforcement of new rules. #bitco… 17 hours ago
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