Stat-urday Links: A New One-Day Record!

It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these… Here are the latest numbers for the top ten all-time posts on this humble WordPress.com blog:

  1. Canadian Cellular Contracts: Just Say No – 10,073
  2. Egypt According to Nokia Maps & GPS – 5,340
  3. Battle of the Mobile Barcodes – 3,992
  4. Nokia N810 – Can’t (iPod) touch this! – 3,374
  5. Evolution – The Default Email Client for Ubuntu – 2,696
  6. Vimio – The Mobile TV App Your Carrier Doesn’t Want You to Know About – 2,590
  7. Bell Canada’s Mobile Browsing Bomb: What You Need to Know – 2,500
  8. Nokia N82 Trial, Day 3: The Games – 2,254
  9. My HTC TyTN: Two Months In and Back in the Box – 2,074
  10. The Ultimate QWERTY Smartphone Smackdown – 2,033

A couple of notes:

  • Lots of mobile users are hungry for news about Vimio (#6), an app that lets you watch broadcast television on your S60 handset. Unfortunately the service no longer seems to work and the company’s website has mysteriously vanished.
  • It looks like I broke the law when I used GPS on my trip to Egypt last year (#2). Sorry.
  • We has a new record! My review of Evolution for Ubuntu (#5) is now responsible for the most page views in a single day — 2,060 on Sunday, June 7, 2009. This is great news for someone who’s making the move to Linux and means that I no longer have to rely on irritating Mac fanboys for traffic. 😉
  • Lots of people are still getting schooled on the evils of carrier contracts (#1). Do you part and help spread the word!

I’ll throw up some more stats anytime there’s something interesting to report… Happy Stat-urday, everyone!

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One Response to Stat-urday Links: A New One-Day Record!

  1. Ed Miller says:

    AC:

    I’m surprised any of your Apple-related entries haven’t cracked your top 10. They certainly generate a lot of comments from the Mac community in a short period of time. Could it be that the comments are only left by Mac evangelists who scour the web looking for justice? Hmm….

    Ed

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