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Website Update - Top 10 Page List for September 2012

Top 10 ListSeptember has come and gone, so it's once again time to look at the server logs and make my top 10 list. There was a bit of a surprise. An old blog entry of mine from back in 2006, which was actually a reposting of an essay from the static portion of my site that was originally published in August of 2005, has surged in popularity. The entry is, Retroactive Soapbox Entry- Fed Up with U.S. Public, Part II. It's a rather long rant about religious fundamentalism and mystical thinking, and even includes a mention of the con-artist Kevin Trudeau. It's not bad, but I don't know why it's become so popular so suddenly. It will be interesting to see if it stays popular through October. Other than that, there weren't any big surprises.

I just mentioned the ongoing website facelift last week, but I'll mention it again here. Actually, I do have a correction. I went through the old root directory and removed all of the copies, old files, and other html pages that I am not going to update, and the total in the old root is now down to 226 html files (I'd said 317 before). I'm up to 142 pages updated to the new format (plus photo pages), so I'm more than halfway there.

Anyway, here were the top 10 most popular pages on this site last month.

Top 10 for September 2012

  1. Blog - Retroactive Soapbox Entry- Fed Up with U.S. Public, Part II
  2. Autogyro History & Theory
  3. Blog - A Skeptical Look at MBT Shoes
  4. Blog - Origin of Arabic Numerals - Was It Really for Counting Angles?
  5. Factoids Debunked & Verified, Part II
  6. Factoids Debunked & Verified
  7. Blog - Response to an Editorial by Ken Huber
  8. Blog - The 2010 Texas Republican Platform
  9. Blog - Casio EX-F1 - First Impression of the High Speed Video
  10. Programming

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