24 Sep '11, 11pm

Otterman Speaks: How did people find their way to the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III webpage? by @sivasothi

Otterman Speaks: How did people find their way to the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III webpage? by @sivasothi

Yesterday, the natural history community had a blast of a time, catching up with each other at the Biodiversity of Singapore Symposium III (2011). Photo by Fung Tze Kwan As the dust settles, I file away mental notes in preparation for the next experience. One is – how did people click their way to the official webpage at biodiversitysingapore.wordpress.com ? As expected, Facebook reigns supreme. For blogs, note that WildSingapore highlights ALL my relevant posts so the count includes secondary jumps. 487 – Facebook (various) 249 – rafflesmuseum.wordpress.com 227 – otterman.wordpress.com (N. Sivasothi) 159 – mail.live.com and mail.yahoo.com (likely Habitatnews mailing list) 066 – nusbiodiversity.wordpress.com (N. Sivasothi) 040 – 36ohk6dgmcd1n.yom.mail.yahoo.net 039 – Twitter 035 – wildsingaporehappenings.blogspot.com (Ria Tan) 034 – wildshores.blogspot.com (Ria Tan) 023 – ...

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