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Website Update - Top 10 Page List Updated for May

Top 10 ListMan, I've had a busy past few weeks. Not only do I have a lot to do with work, but I've been using my lunch breaks mainly to research things to do during my upcoming family vacation to D.C. Granted, I lived inside the beltway for 6 years, so I know all the big things, but I'm trying to find good information to give to my wife and daughter that are better than me simply telling them about it. Plus, there's so much stuff to do that there are still things that I don't know about. So, anyone with advice on fun things to do in and around our nation's capital that aren't usually in the tour books or that have only opened in the past few years (since I've moved to Texas), leave a suggestion in the comments. We're willing to drive a couple hours for a worthwhile day trip.

Looking through the server logs, I can definitely tell the difference in traffic between now and when I was posting more often. Last month, I had the least amount of visitors to my site since November of 2007, and only 82% of the visitors I had this past January when I was more active. I hope I can find the time to start writing more again soon. I have a lot to say, and a few good blog entries that are already partway finished. Plus, there are a couple comments on this blog that I really want to respond to (short version - doctors and clinical trials are both very good things).

Anyway, on to the list of top 10 pages from May. The only surprise is a short blog entry titled A Few Comments. Considering that there's no real content in it or its comments, my guess is that it was being visited mainly by spam bots.

May List

  1. Autogyro History & Theory
  2. Blog - A Few Comments
  3. Blog - A Skeptical Look at MBT Shoes
  4. Blog - Letter to Pharmacy about MBT Shoes
  5. Factoids Debunked & Verified
  6. Programming
  7. Theoretical Max Propeller Efficiency
  8. Factoids Debunked & Verified, Part II
  9. X-Plane as an Engineering Tool

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