Lists of Stuff

Some people’s blogs are full of lists of thing – I’m not a huge fan of lists for lists sake, but thought I would make an exception. An exception for no particular reason other than I thought I would, and it’s my blog, so I get to decide.

Jimmy and Granddad Explore the Lake DistrictThese are the top 10 posts for the last 90 days:

  1. Rich Pictures
  2. Team Development: Forming – Storming – Norming – Performing
  3. A Lack Of Planning On Your Part Does Not Constitute An Emergency On Mine
  4. Friday is no longer the end of the working week
  5. Tension Headaches: My Journey So Far
  6. Let’s hear it for the New Dorks
  7. The New Work-Life Balance
  8. Concept of the Day: Cognitive Surplus
  9. Windows Live Writer Dictionary – Hack
  10. Playing a new game
  11. What do I know?

For anyone listening – the one on Windows Live writer hack is no redundant and has been for a very long time.

and these are the top 20 search terms:

  1. rich picture
  2. rich pictures
  3. rich pictures examples
  4. graham chastney
  5. forming storming norming performing
  6. a lack of planning on your part
  7. group dynamics forming storming norming
  8. nice quotations
  9. rich picture symbols
  10. “a lack of planning on your part”
  11. ssm rich pictures
  12. lack of planning on your part
  13. forming in team development
  14. rich picture example
  15. quotes about reading
  16. cultural plasticity
  17. “lack of planning on your part”5
  18. focussing on work
  19. forming storming norming performing diagrams
  20. forming team development

Interesting to see that people were searching for me by name.

and this is the top 10 list of visiting countries for the first half of 2010:

  1. United Kingdom
  2. United States
  3. Australia
  4. Canada
  5. Germany
  6. India
  7. Malaysia
  8. South Africa
  9. Singapore
  10. Russia

and in that time this is the mix of browsers used (which has changed significantly from the previous 6 months):




Internet Explorer


















I could continue but I can sense, already, that you’re not really that interested.

Although I’m not a huge fan of lists – I am quite a fan of statistics.

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