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Totally geeky and egocentric stat but I’m very proud to be a WordPress.com blogger. I haven’t had this particular blog on WordPress.com for all 8 years—it’s been just a few, but I was within the first 700 users to sign up in the beginning.
Since then this blogging service has grown up just a bit: see a live look at activity across WordPress.com.
The WordPress.com 2012 annual reports are live, this year with a snazzy fireworks motif.
Here’s an excerpt from the report for the simpledream blog:
4,329 films were submitted to the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. This blog had 19,000 views in 2012. If each view were a film, this blog would power 4 Film Festivals
Click here to see the complete report.
Amazing first trip to South America, a week in Montevideo, Uruguay. A highlight of the week was visiting Dodecá—home base for my coworker Matías Ventura.
Related: My colleague Sheri posted a few photos of Montevideo on her photoblog and also two fun panoramas on Facebook.
Evan Solomon: Premium Themes are a Lie
Interesting post and follow-up discussion on an old but still very important topic. Premium themes, just because you pay for them, doesn’t guarantee any code or design quality.