Have you guys seen Numblr before?
It’s really pretty cool, providing analytics for your specific Tumblr blog since the very beginning.
I don’t know what the score means, but I’m most proud of the fact that over 90% of my posts are original.
Original posts that you guys write are the ones I most enjoy reading and original posts I write are the ones I most enjoy writing!
I will warn you, however, it takes weeks to compile the data!
The only downside isn’t a problem with Numblr, but Tumblr - the 2nd and 3rd of my ‘top posts’ didn’t actually receive that many notes at all, they received none - but Tumblr apparently screwed up for a week or two near the end of 2011. Literally when you go to the posts and click on ‘155 notes’ - none actually come up!
People actually use the thing I made. I think that’s pretty cool. And yeah, working on those bugs.
My very first experiment on Etsy. Come see for yourself.
Office Assistant - in progress.
Taking inspiration from Lockheed Martin’s Advanced Development Programs (ADP), otherwise known as Skunk Works, we are creating an innovation lab inside an international hotel brand.
No, really. The lab is currently being built inside a hotel in New York City. The room is designed for a…
Get after it. This is a hot opportunity.
Numblr is an awesome analytics platform for Tumblr. Anyone who does any serious blogging can benefit from this analytics tool. It looks like they spent a lot of time creating a clean UI, great user experience, and making sure the tool works well. They provide clever and witty loading messages such as “How many tumblrs could a numblr number”, “This will only hurt a little”, “I can’t believe I failed my audition for Skynet” and “Does anyone read this”?. I read your loading messages and I love them.
Numblr provides accurate analysis of key metrics for Tumblr blogs. They tell you what your most popular posts were, they examine how much original content you post, and show you what kind of posts you provide most often. This is a great way to examine how you use Tumblr and provided me with motivation to become a more active Tumblr’er. Numblr is made with love by Undercurrent, a cool digital strategy firm in New York. Check out their work and you will see that they truly don’t make crap. Their work is excellent and they truly paid attention to the little details when it came to Numblr. Bravo Undercurrent.
Dear developers and data lovers,
We’re incredibly excited to announce the public release of a new social data API! Every day millions of people shorten, share, and click on links via bitly’s services. This API gives you direct access to the best available content shared by people across all…