Well this is it my final post of 2011. Thank you to all those that have visited my web site, given their feedback and shared my content. You made my efforts feel worthwhile.
I have also made many new friends online this year, too many to mention and only a few I have met in person, such is the way of the world nowadays. A special thank you to Dino Dogan of Triberr.com in particular for introducing me to many like minded bloggers whom I now work with on a regular basis.
Having already written about My Books of 2011 and Top Tools & Applications of the year I thought I would finish the year off with my top 10 viewed posts of 2011. Let me know which was your favourite in the comments below.
Happy New Year
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