Top 20 Posts of 2011

January 1, 2012

3:00 pm

Our team of writers covered all kinds of startup, tech and innovation news in 2011, from a farmer starting PooPeas in Boise to numerous startups around China and other parts of Asia, to games and gadgets. But what items proved most popular?  Here they are. Yes, it’s 2012 and 2011 is oh-so-long ago, but let’s re-live the past year just for a moment, for posterity.

The Top 5

No doubt.. our top article by a long shot was the report we published on the top accelerators and incubators in the US. Look for the 2012 report soon! And of course, anytime we go looking for the hottest startup, we’re sure to get lots of participation. We did suspect the Micro-Nations post would go around the world and back, but Dyson Space Heater? Who knew?

#1 Top 15 U.S. Startup Accelerators and Incubators Ranked; TechStars and Y Combinator Top The Rankings 
#2 Poll: What’s The Hottest DC Early-Stage Startup? 
#3 Poll: What’s The Hottest Chicago Early-Stage Startup? 
#4 Dyson Hot: An Innovative, Luxury Space Heater 
#5 Paypal Founder Funds Startup Micro-Nations

The rest of the list…

  1. 7 Best iPad Apps for Watching TV and Movies
  2. 14 Year Old Develops Top iPhone App; Dethrones Angry Birds
  3. Book Preview: The 4 Hour Body – Engineering Better Sleep
  4. Turn Your Resume into an Infographic with
  5. 3 Travel Sites that Make Planning a Vacation Fun Again
  6. Top 8 European Startup Accelerators and Incubators Ranked: Seedcamp and Startup Bootcamp Top The Rankings
  7. Groupon Co-founders Purchase The Historic Wrigley Building
  8. Play 20 Questions Online–Anytime, Anywhere
  9. Smart Car USA Wraps For Valentine’s Day
  10. Poll: What’s The Hottest Startup at SXSW 2011?
  11. 16-Year-Old Entrepreneur Building a Craigslist for Chores
  12. Use Onavo to Save Money on Your iPhone Bill
  13. Let the Bromance Begin: App for “Bros” Launching Today
  14. New Facebook Privacy Settings: Approve Tags, Choose Who Sees Posts, and More
  15. 500 Startups Unveils Latest Class Of 34 Startups


Fireworks image courtesy of bayasaa

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Jen Consalvo is the Cofounder and COO of Tech.Co. She previously worked in product development for almost 13 years at AOL for audiences of millions. Follow her on Twitter at: @noreaster.

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