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The top 8 best Blogs of Planet Analog: Oldies with Spunk

8 comments on “The top 8 best Blogs of Planet Analog: Oldies with Spunk

  1. antedeluvian
    August 20, 2015

    Steve

    I have often wondered how many people access the blogs (you don't give numbers). At one point I figured out a way to give me some feedback. In my blog “Excel-Optimizing Resistor Ratios, Part 1” (and part 2) I provided a link to a file that is accessed via bitly.com.  Bitly provides a count and geographic location that the click came from, although I am puzzled that there is a country called “European Union” separate from other Eurpoean countries.. Traffic has slowed a lot, but I still get occasional hits.

    I thought you might like to see the breakdown-

    There have been 205 clicks from 33 countries:

    United States 91

    Canada 17

    United Kingdom 17

    Germany 8

    Australia 7

    France 6

    Netherlands 5

    India 5

    New Zealand 4

    Italy 4

    Hong Kong 3

    Brazil 3

    Romania 3

    South Africa 3

    Spain 3

    Sweden 3

    Finland 2

    Russian Federation 2

    Taiwan 2

    Pakistan 2

    European Union 2

    Israel 2

    Belgium 1

    Bulgaria 1

    Denmark 1

    Portugal 1

    Norway 1

    Austria 1

    Colombia 1

    Argentina 1

    Ireland 1

    Korea, Republic of 1

    Singapore 1

     

  2. Steve Taranovich
    August 20, 2015

    By my count, you have over 2,000 views of Part 1

  3. nindubhoomi
    August 22, 2015

    Yes even i've been thinking of the same

  4. Steve Taranovich
    August 22, 2015

    @Antedeluvian—although we do not make public our page view information, your part 2 has been more like 20,000 views to date

  5. antedeluvian
    August 22, 2015

    Steve

    your part 2 has been more like 20,000 views to date

    I think your counter must have contact bounce!

     

  6. Steve Taranovich
    August 22, 2015

    @antedeluvian—LOL—the software doesn't lie 🙂 You're a good writer

  7. wiliamarthur
    August 24, 2015

    My favorite one is personally “Peak Detector: A Classic Analog Circuit Still in Wide Use” Really loved the way the he explains stuff.

  8. Steve Taranovich
    August 24, 2015

    @williamarthur—Thanks for your input—Bill Schweber is one of the best

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