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    • RT @greenfieldscc: after one loan player for our twos tomorrow @landrcl can anyone help? 4 days ago
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My 5 most read posts in 2010

According to the stats on my wordpress blog, in 2010 my blog was viewed about 12000 times, which is a reasonable number seeing as I only made 41 new posts. What is most interesting though, is that only 2 of my top 5 most read posts in 2010 were actually posted in 2010, so although I may not blog as frequently as I would like and should – it looks like what I do blog seems to have staying power, and relevance for more than a passing moment.

Here are my top 5 most read posts in 2010


The e-portfolio conundrum January 2010


How to embed videos into Moodle February 2008


Choosing different pins when creating Google Maps May 2010


Quickly creating a Google Map from a Spreadsheet of data September 2009


Asknerd.net September 2007


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