This week, in lieu of an opening paragraph we have some warm and fuzzy GIFs:
And now, as promised last week, on to the Public Access stats from last month!
- 455 posts went live on Public Access in October -- That handily beats Septembers numbers (326) and is more than double August's tally (217). It also sets a new record for the most Public Access posts ever for the sixth month running! Y'all are literally knocking it out of the park here.
- 132 total Public Access members wrote and published stories, including 54 new members. Welcome to all those new members!
- The Public Access member with the most posts published in October is Jagadeesh Dk with a total of 19 articles published. Second place is a tie between Lisa Rachel and Dimitar Najdenov who each published 17; Karthik Krishnan rounds up third with 15 posts published.
- Why Startups Are More Efficient at Product Development than Large Corporations by Karthik Krishnan
- Since 2012, The Netflix Library Has Been Cut in Half by Rob Toledo
- Where does Samsung go from here? by Matt Porter
- Teaching Computers to Understand Language by Karthik Krishnan
- Why Kindle 5 is Still My Favorite Gadget by Victor Iryniuk
- 3 Companies Using Technology to Disrupt the Music Industry by Brian Horvath
- Nokia says it can deliver internet 2,000 times faster than Verizon Fios by Chris Brantner
- Chinese company threatens to fire anyone who buys iPhone 7 by Andre Smith
- The Role of Social Media in Government by Jeff Klein
- Why Boeing will beat Elon Musk in the Race to Mars by Lindsey Patterson
That's the good news. The bad news is I also had to remove roughly 45 articles, ban four members and change 6 members author status for violating our posted rules and guidelines. So if you are a Public Access member, go here to read the rules. Learn them, love them, live them because we are enforcing them.