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Website Update - Top 10 Page List for November 2010

Top 10 ListIt's that time of the month again, when I look over the server logs to see what pages have been the most popular on this site. There was one new addition to the top ten list this month - my blog entry, The Texas Republican Platform, or Why I'm Not a Republican, which I wrote back in August.

There's been a continuation of a trend in that my blog is becoming more popular than the old static portion of this site. The first month I compiled one of these top 10 lists, back in November of 2007 (at the bottom of this archive), 9 of the pages on the list were from the static portion of the site, and only 1 was a blog entry. The following two months after that, all of the pages on this list were from the static portion. In the following months, the blog entries began making the list more often. This month, they were up to 7 out of the 10.

My overall traffic (which I don't report here, but which the logs obviously keep track of), has also been increasing significantly. November was my site's most popular month ever. Ignoring the preceding three months where the traffic was ramping up, my site got more than 20% more traffic than the previous most popular month. Although I suspect that a good portion of that traffic is spam, considering that my spam filter junked 679 comments in the past 24 hours (I wonder just how much spam really popular sites get).

Anyway, here's the list, for anybody that's interested.

  1. Autogyro History & Theory
  2. Blog - A Skeptical Look at MBT Shoes
  3. Blog - Origin of Arabic Numerals - Was It Really for Counting Angles?
  4. Programming
  5. Blog - My Favorite Airplanes
  6. Blog - Running AutoCAD R14 in XP Pro 64
  7. Blog - The Texas Republican Platform, or Why I'm Not a Republican
  8. Blog - Ray Comfort - Still Ignorant on Evolution
  9. Blog - Casio EX-F1 - First Impression of the High Speed Video
  10. Factoids Debunked & Verified

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