We have had a rather momentous year here at MakeUseOf. There have been personnel changes, new sections started, columns ended, and, above all, lots and lots of amazing articles designed to help you make better use of technology.
The question is, which was your personal favorite? We’re hoping everybody reading this can point to at least one article they commented on, shared, or bookmarked for future reference. And now is the time to tell us all about your favorite article from the past year.
2014: The Year Of MakeUseOf
We want to know, What Was Your Favorite MakeUseOf Article Of 2014?
The holidays mean less articles will be published than normal on MakeUseOf for the next couple of weeks. But don’t despair! This just gives us all the perfect opportunity to sift through the articles already published during 2014.
This is no small feat, as we’re talking several thousand articles. We know, we work far too hard putting this website together for you all. But that’s because we fervently believe in what we do, and you’re worth it. Yes, even the trolls and spammers that blight our days with their nonsense.
We would love you all to scroll through 300-odd pages of articles, with the January posts starting around about here. However, we would hope most of you have better things to do.
However, ideally you will already have a couple of articles in mind as you read this. These will be the articles that really resonated with you, offering a solution to a problem, discussing a better way of doing something you consider a bad habit, or entertaining you to the point of apoplexy.
If an article was published on MakeUseOf in 2014 then it counts, and you are the arbiters charged with determining which articles make the list. Simply post link to your favorite article(s) in the comments section below, and we’ll do the rest. While a link will make my job a whole lot easier, a brief description should suffice.
We Need You!
All comments will be read and most will earn a reply, before the responses are turned into an article. Those readers providing the best comments will be thanked by name, receiving our extreme and everlasting gratitude for their efforts.
We Ask You is a column dedicated to crowdsourcing the wisdom of MakeUseOf readers. This column is nothing without you, as MakeUseOf is nothing without you. This is as true heading into 2015 as it was throughout 2014.