Top 10 posts for October 2017

I put together the occasional "link dump" post where I drop a series of links that I've had open in tabs that are of interest to me, and that I think may be of interest to others. In a semi-related way, I've been looking at the most visited pages on here through Google Analytics and thought I'd share that as it might highlight some posts that are of interest to others. It'll be interesting, for me, to look back at these posts over time and see if the mix of interest changes at all. Because GA is "whole site" it also pulls in things like the home page and the about me page. I'll be stripping these out, so along with the fact that these are only the top 10 posts out of all posts that get visits, the numbers won't add up to 100%. The list is from most visited (at the top), to least visited (at the bottom)

At a rough total of 50%, it looks like these ten pages account for half of the page views that GA gives metrics for. I wonder if these proportions are representative of most personal blogs?

About Rob

I've been interested in computing since the day my Dad purchased his first business PC (an Amstrad PC 1640 for anyone interested) which introduced me to MS-DOS batch programming and BASIC.

My skillset has matured somewhat since then, which you'll probably see from the posts here. You can read a bit more about me on the about page of the site, or check out some of the other posts on my areas of interest.

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