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jkOnTheRun will be coming up on its two year anniversary in just a few weeks and it has been a wild ride.  The readership has grown astronomically during that time and it never ceases to amaze me how many people come to the site each day for a mobile tech fix.  Since there are new visitors almost every day I thought I’d publish a list of the 10 11 most popular articles (based on page views) on jkOnTheRun in case anyone missed them.  These articles run the gamut from mobile tech (of course) to some more personal ones that I have written.  I think all of them are just as pertinent today as they were when published.  Enjoy them as much as I enjoy writing for jkOTR. 

UPDATE:  I don’t know how I missed one of the articles that got Slashdotted so I’ve added it and changed it to the top 11.  The added article is the second on this list.

Sony U-70 review- is that a PC in your pocket?

FCC pics of the IBM Thinkpad Tablet PC– First look at the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet PC

A typical day for jkOnTheRun– a glimpse in a work day with a VGA Pocket PC as the main tool

A typical day with the Sony U70– updated look at a work day with an ultra-portable PC

From the Heart– my chronicle of emergency open heart surgery from the patient’s view

The Untapped Tablet PC Market– call to OEMs and Microsoft for a mini-Tablet PC

How to easily copy music from your iPod to your Windows iTunes music library– just what it says

Windows XP Recovery Console- the ultra-portables best friend– recovering from OS problems without an optical drive

Triple jkOTR Review- Complete desktop in your pocket– not the smallest desktop anymore but pretty darn close

Sitting down with DualCor Technologies at the CES– still not released yet but a nice machine

jkOTR review- Sharp Zaurus SL-C3000– Linux-based PDA with a hard drive

3 Responses to “Most popular articles on jkOnTheRun”

  1. Thanks Warner. I am amazed at the emails I still receive from readers all over the world whom that article has touched them in some special way. I hear regularly from those who are facing the same surgery in the near future and from those who have experienced the same thing. It is truly moving to me to have affected so many people with that chronicle. Good to know you too Warner.

  2. James,

    Thanks for posting this. I’d read many (if not all) of the technology posts before but I guess jkOnTheRun had not hit my radar when you were blogging “from the heart.” I read it through last night and was deeply, deeply moved by the sharing of your experiences. Thanks. Good to know you, my friend.