As I’ve done in passed years, as this year comes to a close, I like to dive a bit into the work I’ve done here in the last 12 months to gauge what was popular and what I was most proud of.
Below, find my 10 best read posts of the year and a few others I thought were worth reading.
And because popular rarely means best, Here are my favorite posts that didn’t happen to among the mos read:
- January: Why Journalism should be like the catering business
- February: Eleven lessons that shaped how I live my life
- March: Why print will last so much longer than you think it will (hint: we can feel it)
- March: 9 YouTube videos that changed my perspective on the world and the lessons I learned
- April: 25 things I learned from the best newspapermen (and women) around
- May: Gentrification: thoughts from seven years as student and young professional in Philadelphia
- June: News needs to make more money on the popcorn
- July: Technically Media meeting style: effective, productive and professional from home
- August: Glengarry Glen Ross: 10 sales lessons from the 1992 cult classic movie
- September: How 9/11 helped shape New York City for the better
- October: Will jobs ever come back?: maybe there is an answer to the employment bomb
- November: When you buy something, you are voting for its existence