My annual review of which articles got the most attention and generated the most commentary in 2016.
Items related to Leo, Ask Leo! and overall website and related operations and administrivia.
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A look at the most popular Ask Leo! articles of 2015, as well as an overview of those that got the most comments (hint: you’ll nod your head in understanding on why one topic, more than any other, might generate so much discussion in 2015).
Some high-level results from my 2015 reader survey – what’s bugging you? I now have a better clue.
As the year ends I once again review which articles on Ask Leo! were the most popular and ponder the trends that they reveal.
As 2013 draws to a close, I review which articles on Ask Leo! were the most popular and briefly discuss what trends that I feel they reveal.
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I help people use technology more effectively, giving them the confidence to do more, be more, and explore more of the world that today’s technology makes available to us all.
I frequently mention specific products in various ways on Ask Leo! – this page is to clarify exactly what those various approaches may be, and any potential relationship or benefit I might derive from those references.
On most Friday afternoons I’ll make a post on the Ask Leo! Facebook page along the lines of: It’s Facebook Fan Friday! For the next hour or so I’ll do my best to respond to every question asked in a comment to this post. What’s got you scratching your head today? And for the next […]
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