Now that 2011 is coming to an end and the new year is looming, we thought it would be a good time for a quick recap of some of the most interesting posts we’ve put out this year. You may very well have missed some of them, especially if you’re not a regular reader.
Here’s our selection in chronological order. We hope you enjoy reading these as much as we enjoyed writing them!
- The Web is the biggest open source success of all
- 15 open source projects your should know about as a web developer
- Awesome tech company office designs
- The world’s billionaires, a statistical overview (charts)
- The 10 most Mac-friendly countries on the planet
- The rather petite Internet of 1995
- How big is Google, really?
- Facebook’s ginormous size put into context (chart)
- What Google autocomplete has to say about the Internet
- USA vs. China on the Internet
- The iPad already used more than Linux computers
- Apple now worth 5x more than in 2006, and nearly 2x as much as Google
- The top 20 strongholds for desktop Linux
- Apple staff raking in the cash: $419,528 profit per head
- Internet users per time zone (chart)
- Why email is crucial to Google, Microsoft and Yahoo
- Is the online tech crowd really THAT dominated by men?
- Facebook now as big as the entire Internet was in 2004
- Social network popularity around the world in 2011
- How amazingly fast our tech habits change
- Apple’s iPad owns 88% of global tablet web traffic
- Web pages are getting more bloated, and here’s why
- The mobile web in numbers
Thanks for reading, and we hope you’ll have a great 2012. Happy New Year!