1,000 posts

1000On Friday, November 18, 2011 The Road Not Taken crossed the symbolic 1,000 post mark thanks to the loyal readership.  It only took 20 months or approximately 1.6 posts per day.  In honor of this dubious outstanding accomplishment, I’ve included the top 100 posts (and pages) of all time.  Some are insightful, some are humorous, and others are just plain weird but all of them are interesting. Enjoy!

  1. Home page
  2. Echo smart pen by Livescribe
  3. About Marshall
  4. Professional Profile
  5. Live radiation monitoring from West L.A.
  6. Who is responsible for the debt crisis?
  7. Consumers’ social, local, and mobile habits
  8. Macrowikinomics murmuration
  9. How do Nielsen TV ratings work?
  10. Breaking news: AT&T and T-Mobile to merge
  11. Pranav Mistry at Cognizant Community 2011
  12. Fermilabs physicist solves airplane boarding dilemma
  13. How much is 1.8 zettabytes?
  14. How the 1939 World’s Fair changed the world
  15. A cyclone of minor annoyances
  16. Steve Jobs, 1955-2011
  17. Clever and appropriate humor for the office
  18. Great list of ideas to boost employee engagement
  19. The mythical GDrive
  20. KeyTool Keyring Multi-tool
  21. Spectacular homemade Iron Man costume
  22. “The world will not be destroyed by those who do evil, but by those who watch them without doing anything.”
  23. Cognizant Community 2011
  24. Thousands of companies are already using “Apply with LinkedIn”
  25. Evolution of branding
  26. Making HVAC sexy
  27. Mattel’s Tommy Burst detective set
  28. Amazon’s outage hasn’t killed anyone (yet) but it does give cause for reflection
  29. Amazing video from the Brooklyn Space Program
  30. Great explanation of the nuclear crisis in Japan
  31. Finally WordPress connects with Facebook & Twitter
  32. A new and thought-provoking evolution in genetic science
  33. Fear is a powerful motivator of human behavior
  34. History and future of marketing
  35. I’m just getting used to Windows 7
  36. “The best thing about the future is that it comes only one day at a time.”
  37. Amazon Kindle: the rumors are true
  38. “There is no hunting like the hunting of man, and those who have hunted armed men long enough and liked it, never care for anything else thereafter.”
  39. The Japanese flying sphere
  40. Here’s some cerebral humor for you
  41. Brilliant interactive billboards
  42. 2011 yo-yo World Champion Shinji Saito
  43. Stanton’s Law of Social Interaction
  44. The budget surplus myth
  45. British social media in the workplace
  46. Florida home owners associations can foreclose on properties for back dues
  47. Wired brings us (geek) female action heroes
  48. Psychographic analysis of iPad lovers and critics
  49. Humorous agricultural infographic
  50. Steve Jobs: How to Live Before you Die
  51. Tech companies always seem to struggle with finding sufficiently cool product names
  52. Being an iPad user I’m intrigued by the Nook and jailbreak options
  53. The Ladders new service guarantees results
  54. In 10 years will we care?
  55. Music festivals, the social media of the 1960s
  56. Grill skirt steak like a pro this season
  57. If Groupon was having trouble with LivingSocial, Google will be a real problem
  58. Another example of the tight bond between social change and technology
  59. What is a brand worth?
  60. Is blogging on the way out?
  61. United States of Strange
  62. Ghostly writing with an iPad
  63. LinkedIn InMaps
  64. Global ingenuity economy
  65. 7 billion lives
  66. It beats a bench press in your front yard
  67. Social media murders in Mexico’s drug war
  68. LinkedIn is great; glad to see that they’re thriving
  69. Tron: Legacy Lightcycle
  70. Thomas Keller knows food (and technology)
  71. Today’s absurd and superb infographic
  72. Ingenuity economy
  73. Occupy Wall Street photo gallery
  74. Apple’s iPad 2 launch draws (hysterical) criticism
  75. Freelancing revolution
  76. Master Lock, master innovators
  77. Warren Buffett broaches a controversial topic, but not too controversial
  78. Stay Puft Marshmallow Man
  79. Did Google forget about Project 10×100?
  80. Quite possibly the best billboard in history
  81. Google’s digital advertising market dominance
  82. Dyson re-invents the fan; makes being a nerd look good
  83. FLAMMA – make a fire with only IKEA stuff
  84. Sharpie Liquid Pencil
  85. It’s a quadruple rainbow all the way!
  86. AOL’s dial-up subscribers
  87. Geek-out Sunday part X: Imperial March
  88. The MBA Oath
  89. Galaxy Zoo is a favorite crowd sourcing application
  90. The scale Facebook brings to the social coupon market is staggering
  91. Canon 7D vs. Barbie Video Girl
  92. With sales declining for two years in a row, has the iPod finally jumped the shark?
  93. Are you overwhelmed by the complexity of your professional life?
  94. Are the valuations of the Web 2.0 social media companies realistic?
  95. Language visualization
  96. Hello Kitty rules the world
  97. High speed transatlantic link
  98. Top posts for week ending 14-Aug
  99. Cloud-based personal productivity apps take aim at each other
  100. Amazing non-Newtonian fluids

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