Today we hit a major milestone at CloudAve: this is our One Thousandth post. I thought the best way to celebrate is to publish our Top 10 list compiled by you, dear Readers. So here’s the Top 10 most read post @ CloudAve:
- Netbook or Notebook? It’s Not Only About Size
- Steve Jobs Panic – the Anatomy of Fake News on Twitter
- How Software Can Be Resilient to Recession
- Questions To Ask Before Trusting a Cloud Vendor
- Gmail as an Enterprise Dashboard
- Free Upgrade to Vista Final (Code-named Windows 7) is a Good First Step, but Not Enough
- QuickBooks Online Edition – Review
- Resumes are Dead. Social Media is Your New Resume.
- The CrunchPad is Real. A Sexy Little Situational Device.
- Less Accounting – Review
- Barack Obama and Cloud Computing
What? You’re saying I can’t even count, this is 11 items? Thank you for noticing it: I learned that trick from Guy Kawasaki. So now you know the secret, too: Top 10 lists always have 11 items.
This is also a good opportunity to thank all our contributing authors, current or past, prolific or occasional, representing all continents but one, in no particular order:
Ben Kepes, Krishnan Subramanian, Dan Morrill, Prashanth Rai, Eran Kampf, Mayank Gupta, Sameer Gupta, Julian Stone, Devan Sabaratnam, Paul Quickenden, Espen Antonsen, Dr. Paul Miller, Andrew Filev, Bruce P. Henry, Graeme Thickins, Eric Norlin, Ali Shabdar, Raju Vegesna, Chris Yeh.
It’s been fun, I can promise the next 1000 will come a lot sooner, and keep an eye for changes (we hope improvements) to come soon.
THANK YOU FOR READING CLOUDAVE.