So ends another year on the blog, a year during which 967,730 people have visited the site so far. That’s a lot of visits.
Here are the ten posts (from whatever year) people visited most in 2016, with the most-visited at the top:
- Using the Terms “Negligence” and “Gross Negligence” in a Contract
- “Effective Date”
- The Apostrophe in “Five Days’ Notice”
- Excluding Consequential Damages Is a Bad Idea
- The Duration of Confidentiality Agreements
- “Hold Harmless” and “Indemnify”
- Justified Text Versus Ragged-Right Text
- “Termination for Convenience”
- “Including Without Limitation”
- “Guaranty” or “Guarantee”?
I suggest that nothing is to be deduced from this list, other than that the interwebz wants what it wants. Some of those posts are gnarly old ones.
I expect I won’t be doing much blogging over the next three months, as I have too much other stuff going on. I’ve made such pronouncements before and ended up maintaining my usual output. We’ll see what happens this time.
In any event, see you next year!
3 thoughts on “Wrapping Up Another Year on the Blog”
We’ll all look for 32,270 people to check out your blog tomorrow, so you can get to a million. That’s just a small suburb. Happy new year!
I appreciate the sentiment! And Happy New Year to you too.
Good luck on the ‘other stuff’. Remember that ‘a change is as good as a rest’, so when you take breaks, consider knocking off posts with the instruction ‘talk amongst yourselves’. Happy New Year!