Top 10 Most Viewed in 2022
- Why Ergo?
- Forecasting a Cryptocurrency’s Price
- Don’t Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor: Summary
- Installing LineageOS on a Samsung Device
- The Asshole Filter
- Mutt: Viewing Attachments / HTML via .mailcap and a Custom Fortune as a Signature in Mutt
- Installing Citrix Workplace on Ubuntu Linux
- A Quick Introduction to StumpWM on Linux
- How a School in Florida Built America’s Greatest Math Team
- The Burrito Test
Posts That Deserve More Visibility
- Documentation as Empathy
- The Finite Pool of Worry Hypothesis
- Sociology/Psychology of the Last Five Minutes
- A Cyclic Theory of Subcultures
- PoE: Proof of Effort
- The Corruption of Apology
- Scam World
- My Writing Advice
- Promises and Doing What You Say
- The Barstool Rule
Reviewing the year, I am happy again with the content. However, I had only 291 posts. I was consistent, posting every day, until June. Then, the wheels feel off. Some months, like September, I hardly posted at all.
Some of this is a function of switching phones in July. I no longer had my newsfeeds set-up correctly, and in the beginning of the year, I had started writing for cryptocurrency projects, which left less time for my blog.
In the coming year, I’ll work to be a bit more consistent. Hopefully, I’ll get back to a daily writing, article referencing practice. Now that I’ve been doing it for six years, there are definitely consistent themes that I think about year in and year out. It’s also obvious, looking at the above, that what other people are more interested in are the technical topics. I mostly write those so, if I have to do it again, I document the process and have an easier time of it next time. It’s nice to know it helps others as well.
Wish you all the best, in the coming year!