I've been writing this blog for over six years always to satisfy an
audience of one: myself. But I'm vain and am curious what parts of my
blog others like. Thanks to Google Analytics I now know my most-linked
- Four years of web API development frustration boiled down to 500 words.
search history and privacy
- Alarm at a new Google feature. I'm not
as concerned about it as I was when I wrote this post.
Google SOAP search API
- Learning Google turning off my once-loved search API.
My comments about "discipline" were considered news
to Google watchers.
imitating war imitating games
- Call of Duty 4 remixes Iraq. Waxy gave it link love, but
a lot of
the links are search engine gaming. One of the spam pages
funny picture, though.
- A guest post from friend Marc, a fine cranky rant I'm in
total agreement with.
spiders find your new home
- Deeply nerdy post about migrating a website to a new domain. Glad
this is well linked, it should be useful.
Bloggers aren't journalists
- My attempt at being controversial calling Techcrunch out for
- The usage of <3 to
express affection. BoingBoing liked it. Breaking emoticon news:
<8 is the opposite of <3,
presumably as rhyming slang.
My most linked posts are pretty varied,
but generally technical. When I talk to people in person the
posts they remember most are the ones about Paris
; no one
seems to link to those though.