And the winner is …

Royan Lee!

At least at this snapshot.

I don’t always look at this even though I have the widget configured to appear on the blog.  It’s titled “Top Clicks” and it appears to be straight forward.

It’s configurable so I must have done this at some point or maybe these are the defaults.  I don’t really know or remember.


I just happened to be looking for that article about tweaking Ubuntu and so was scrolling down to see if I could easily find it in one of the OTR posts that are automated in the middle of the night.  I did find it and in the process I noticed the widget again.  Is it bad that I don’t check it regularly?  I’ll change the title just because I have it open.

Do you?  It’s in the right sidebar near the bottom.

For this moment in time, 6:30 on Monday morning as I write the post, here are the top clicks.

I guess it’s true.  Everyone loves Royan.  And Jennifer and Aviva and Tina

I’m pleased that people are clicking through to check out the entire list of Ontario Edubloggers in the Livebinder.  And some of the other posts too.

In the world of analytics, I suspect that I’m like many.  I check to see how many incoming hits I get to make sure at least someone is reading.  When you think of it, if you’re including clickable content in a post, it only makes sense to see if anyone is clicking on it! 

And if you’re a security, tracking, paranoid … better not click on anything.  I’m tracking you. 

If you’re part of Royan’s loyal following, keep clicking.  I’m sure he appreciates the visitors.

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One thought on “And the winner is …”

  1. I don’t know if Blogger has a widget like that (top clicks) but I’ll have to look around and see. In the mean time I am glad a lot of people are looking at the K-12 CS framework review page. Getting that document right is important to me and I hope a lot of people review it to make sure it is done right.

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