These are the ten most trafficked posts that I wrote in 2016.
In reverse order:
- The New Nokia – after Microsoft had divested itself of its smartphone business
- Everyday tools that are part of my process – part one
- The Trouble with Twitter
- The Brexit post part two: a guide to what on earth is Brexit for people outside the UK? – Brexit was the topic of conversation for colleagues outside the US, I put this post up to try and explain some of the dynamics to them, in advance of the vote. I think it has held up as a decent analysis of the issues
- #VS250 – Inside Virgin Atlantic’s online racism crisis – analysis of how the Chinese community mobilised online
- On writing – a response to Stephen Waddington’s A Time to Write
- Yahoo! – how did we get here? – A reflection on the changes in the online media industry that shaped Yahoo! pre-Verizon acquisition
- Working class truths, populism and dark futures – a post-Brexit / Trump piece on the economic and social challenges ahead
- What the IFTTT is going on? – IFTTT started culling services presumably as a pivot to better to support the IoT
- What are the major reasons behind Yahoo’s drastic downfall? – this sprang out of a question that I answered on Quora.