It has been a great year and I have thoroughly enjoyed getting back to blogging after a six months sabbatical I took to achieve my dreams. It’s that time of the year where we look back at the past and laugh about the good things and get sad about the bad. Here at Techie Buzz in the coming few days we will look at the best posts over the last 12 months and relive them once again.
Well I am skipping January and April as due to my sabbatical I had not written any posts. But starting with the month of February looking back I see a few interesting things that I had talked about.
Back then in Feb 2007 I had a very small amount of users who would visit the blog and read it.
- Total page views: 8,970
- Unique Visitors: 7,583
- New Visitors: 90.90%
- Average Time spent on Blog: 45 seconds
- Highest traffic day: February 20th with 340 visitors
In February 2007 I had 76 Feed Subscribers who had subscribed to read using their feed reader.
Best Posts From The Month Of February 2007
I always hated the regular Windows Explorer and using Firefox on a day to day basis made me fall in love with the tabbed browsing. In my quest to bring the same functionality into Windows Explorer I came upon an interesting utility called QTTabBar. This utility allows you to add tab functionality to your regular Windows Explorer.
Back in February Toshiba had announced the world’s smallest hard drive which was only 0.85 inches. The size of the hard drive was roughly a little more than the size of the a American quarter.
If you are a Internet Explorer fan you should check out the 7 best add-ons that can be used for Internet Explorer 7.
It is always interesting to know about the lives of popular celebrities. Much more interesting than that was the fact that Bill Gates had restrictions on how much times his kids could spend on the computers.
Phoebe his daughter was addicted to the Xbox 360 game called Viva Pinata a gardening game and was spending 3 hours playing the game. Bill Gates has restricted her from using Xbox for more than 45 minutes.
I was always on the look for new Google products and there was speculation at the time that Google would release a Powerpoint clone. I had briefly covered the topic back then.
Pondering back on February 2007 I felt that there were not many interesting things I had talked about, but I was eventually stuck up with too many things to do and could not concentrate on blogging. The next few months start to get interesting though and we will relive it in the coming few days.