I love metrics.
OK, that’s not precisely true. I love the things we can learn from metrics, and the process of discovering that learning. In and of themselves, the metrics are nothing but numbers, and by themselves numbers just aren’t that exciting. What the numbers represent, on the other hand, can be very, very interesting.
With that in mind, here are some numbers from 2013. Continue reading
Admittedly, metrics aren’t all that exciting in and of themselves — it’s the information and the trends behind them, driving the numbers that are interesting. This, in a single sentence, is the idea behind the Big Data phenomenon.
That said, the data I have to present here is very near and dear to me. It’s interesting to look back and see which of my posts from 2012 got a lot of attention and which didn’t. It offers some insight into what my readers are interested in.
That said, the most-read GeekFluent posts in 2012 are listed below with full transparency. Continue reading