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Posts about Planet Bods
Crack open the Top of the Pops theme tune cos we're going chart and table crazy!
So every year I trawl through Google Analytics and seek information... information... information... And that information is about what people read on this blog. And then I make some pointless blog posts about it that probably no one cares about. So welcome dear readers to the Top 20 Archive Posts of 2010! That's the Top 20 old posts that you've been looking at! Woo!
So every Christmas time I do a series of blog posts basically called Bods's Review of the Year where I do a Top 20 of popular blog posts of the year. And I ummed and ah'd about it this year as I wasn't entirely sure whether to bother or not, but I thought, stuff it. I don't actually care if anyone else is interested cos I am. So I fired up Google Analytics and took a look. And I realised, Houston, I have a problem.
I have a very good spam filter installed on this blog, plus I pre-moderate all comments before they go on the site. But every now and then the filter goes wrong and sends to me a comment for approval that shouldn't. And some of them are amazingly wonderful to read. They are almost zen-like. I think they're wasted on my spam folder.
Well it's coming to that time of year when pointless lists are made. Normally on this blog I contend myself with useless ones about "how popular some of my blog posts have been" or equally tedious tripe (incidentally, join me tomorrow for my Top 10 posts of the year!) however in the spur of the moment, I decided to compile an even more pointless list.
In amongst all the talk of me archiving bits of Planet Bods, I completely forgot to mention the latest addition to my website family - The Good Columbo Guide - an episode guide for the mighty TV show Columbo.
For the last few months we've been evaluating Planet Bods and how we look to work for the future. As such, we're here today to announce the results of the Planet Bods Strategy Review.
Outragous I know, but the BBC recently sent me on a training course. No idea why - someone muttered something about "investing in staff" and then ran away. It was a training course in Flash, something the team is increasingly going to be using as it starts appearing in set top boxes and TVs.
How about set up a Twitter account that publishes updates to this blog? So I did.