Over two years ago Ashley and I started to think about what we could do on CyberNet News that would help distinguish us from the millions of other blogs that are out there. That’s when we came up with the idea to start a CyberNotes series which we would write each and every day of the week. They have since evolved into an extensive set of reviews for products, applications, and websites.
Here we are two years later, and as of today we have 742 CyberNotes articles on the site. If you don’t count the weekly summaries (posted on Sunday’s) that would still be well over 600 CyberNotes articles that have been written.
Our daily CyberNotes articles are almost always the most viewed articles each day, and we’re happy to see that since they take us hours to write. I do have a few favorites of my own: 200 Firefox extensions because of how fun it was to do, and how to change your primary monitor on a laptop because of how many people it has helped.
And just for fun I thought I would jog your memory of our CyberNotes logos that have progressed through the three redesigns that we’ve done. The first one is the oldest, and the last one is what we currently use:
We realize that many of you haven’t been reading us long enough to remember all of the CyberNotes that we’ve written, and that’s why we created the randomly generated CyberNotes feed. Each day it goes and grabs one CyberNotes article that we have previously written, and adds it to the random feed. This is about as good as it gets if you don’t want to manually go through our monstrous archive.
If you’ve got a favorite CyberNotes article we’d love to hear about it in the comments! Here’s to another 2 years of CyberNotes. ;)