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Following the Leaders

By CACM Staff

Communications of the ACM, Vol. 52 No. 10, Page 10

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The articles, sections, and services available on Communications' Web site all vie for visitor attention. According to our latest Web statistics, the following features are the most popular in pageviews since the site's formal launch in April 2009.

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Top Opinion Content

FYI: All but #2 are from the Viewpoints section of the print issue.

  1. Research Evaluation for Computer Science
  2. Conferences vs. Journals in Computing Research
  3. CS Education in the U.S.: Heading in the Wrong Direction?
  4. Time for Computer Science to Grow Up
  5. Computing as Social Science
  6. Why "Open Source" Misses the Point of Free Software
  7. Advising Students for Success
  8. Teaching Computing to Everyone
  9. Beyond Computational Thinking
  10. An Interview With C.A.R. Hoare

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Top Practice Articles

FYI: High readership is common for material from the print edition's Practice pages.

  1. The Five-Minute Rule 20 Years Later
  2. API Design Matters
  3. Whither Sockets?
  4. Security in the Browser
  5. A Direct Path to Dependable Software

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Most Popular Browse by Subject Categories

FYI: The AI page gets more pageviews than the BBS landing page.

  1. Artificial Intelligence
  2. Communications/Networking
  3. Software
  4. Security
  5. Human-Computer Interaction

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Top Services

FYI: These pages deliver a service, not just information.

  1. Sign In
  2. Forgot Your Password
  3. Create a Web Account
  4. RSS Feeds
  5. Alerts and Feeds

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DOI: http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/1562764.1562770

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