Yes, it’s time for the obligatory year in review post… and what better way than to just look back at the ten most popular posts on the blog for 2013? So, here we go…
Top 10 posts for 2013
- Anthony’s Xubuntu 12.04 post-installation guide
- Cartoon Network announces its 2013-14 season lineup
- Anthony’s Linux Mint 15 Xfce post-installation guide
- Digital comics alternatives to Comixology
- Anthony’s Linux Mint 13 Xfce post-installation guide
- Nook Color and Nook Tablet now have CBZ file support
- Linux Mint Xfce (201104) vs. Xubuntu 10.10
- “Peg + Cat”: A new PBS Kids cartoon about math (and ukuleles)
- Halloween specials: Garfield’s Halloween Adventure
- Tech thoughts: Xubuntu 11.10 post-installation guide
Out of the top ten, half are Linux-related, while the others focus mostly on animation. I gather “Peg + Cat” and “Garfield” are pretty popular.
Only two comics related posts: an older one about the Nook’s support for CBZ files; and my original post about digital comics alternatives to Comixology. I’m not sure how useful the Nook post is by this point, given the vast improvements in Nook comics support since I wrote it, but nice if someone still finds it useful.