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43Folders.com is Merlin Mann’s website about finding the time and attention to do your best creative work.

Top 10 RSS clicks

(Speaking of Feedburner...) As much as a stats nerd as I am, I’ve never paid too much attention to the data Feedburner provides on which items have been most “popular” among the (now ~10k) people who read 43F through the RSS feed. In fact, I only realized the other day that I can actually see which items have gotten the most “clicks” since day one.

If you’re curious about which posts were a hit in their time with the XML-enabled geekerati, read on.

  1. Hack your way out of writer’s block (4343 clicks)
  2. Request a library book…via Amazon (2304 clicks)
  3. Efficient little GTD package (741 clicks)
  4. Life inside one big text file (734 clicks)
  5. Impressive paper-based project management workflow (716 clicks)
  6. 43 Folders Wiki (649 clicks)
  7. Mark Hurst reviews “Typeit4me” (639 clicks)
  8. Next actions: Both physical and visible (627 clicks)
  9. David Allen: Handy lists to maintain (615 clicks)
  10. 43 Folders @ OS X Con (576 clicks)
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