Tuesday, December 31, 2013

2013 Blog in Review

I started the Slow Searching blog on March 20, 2013, and have completed 21 posts (including this one) in the intervening nine months. The topics I post about break down roughly into thirds, with one third covering my research (e.g., question asking, slow search), another third covering activities surrounding research (e.g., paper writing, conference travel), and the last third covering personal topics (e.g., Griffin’s book, walking 100 miles).

The most popular Slow Searching posts of the year were:
Overall, the blog was seen almost 20,000 times and received 35 comments. I love it when people post comments -- it’s nice to know I’m not writing into a void. The most popular queries used to find the blog are twitter search, the marakon ways, and slow searching.

New Year’s Resolution: Once a month I will write a post summarizing an interesting research paper that I’ve read.

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