100th Post Celebration!

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Yes, you read that correctly, it’s our 100th post here on the Intellogist Blog! We’ll get you back to your regularly scheduled programming quickly enough, but we wanted to take this opportunity to thank our readers (especially those who give us feedback!) for making this blog what it is today. We’ve covered a lot of topics along the way to 100 (although we didn’t break any records), so today let’s review some of our most popular posts and some of the unheralded gems from our catalog.

Our most popular posts tend to be from the first few months of operation. This makes sense, because they’ve had time to become revisited and linked to in related posts many times…much like a favorite beard, we just can’t let them go. The topics of these posts vary from search strategy to specific search system news to an advice column!

Sometimes, posts don’t get the number of views we think they deserve. It might have been a bad time of the week (Right before a holiday weekend? Yikes!) but for some reason these diamonds in the rough just didn’t catch on. We think it’s worth your while to check out some of our favorites that you might have previously overlooked:

Did you check out any old favorites or find new ones? Did we miss any of your favorites? Let us know what your favorite part of The Intellogist Blog has been so far in the comments!

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This post was edited by Intellogist Team member Chris Jagalla.


One Response

  1. Congratulations on reaching 100! Many happy patent law returns.

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