All About Work’s First Birthday

(credit: own photo)

(credit: own photo)

Today marks the first birthday of All About Work. In one year, it’s received over 10,000 hits, and working on it has been a lot of fun for me.

The five posts that received the most hits during the year are:

1) Malcolm Gladwell’s ‘10,000 Hour Rule’ Doesn’t Add Up

2) Jonah Lehrer’s ‘Imagine’: How Did This Happen? (this post was featured by WordPress on its Freshly Pressed page)

3) Not A Good Neighbo(u)r: Why Mister Rogers’ Theme Song Doesn’t Belong in Target Ads (this post was quoted by a number of other media outlets, including the Huffington Post, and the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette daily newspaper in Mister Rogers’ home town)

4) Best Author Acknowledgement Ever

5) Academics Behaving Badly: Not Only Irritating, But Also Expensive

Thanks to everyone who visited to look at these and all the other posts!

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