It’s been 10 years since my first blog post. Since then I’ve written 667 more posts that have received 1501 comments. Ten-percent of those comments were made by Paul Rubin. I am still blogging. I really love it otherwise I wouldn’t still be here. It’s hard for me to characterize why I love blogging so much, but hopefully my passion for it comes across in my blog.
Some of my most read posts include the following:
While not one of my most popular posts, “chocolate chip cookies are Poisson distributed“ is one of my recent favorites that many people have mentioned to me. I also like “happiness is assuming the world is linear,” “what I do for diversity and inclusion in the classroom,” and about a dozen other posts I cannot remember. I also like my posts about teaching with technology, sports, and March Madness.
Since starting Punk Rock OR, I started a podcast that I should revive, an “In the News” section, and another (Badger Bracketology).
If you are at the Analytics conference, wish my blog a happy birthday!
What is your favorite Punk Rock OR post?
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