Wednesday, December 27, 2006
My ten most-visited blog entries of 2006.
'Tis the season for meaningless lists — like the ten most-visited blog entries posted here in 2006:
Second annual UU bloggers picnic, May 13 (4.27.06) — because everybody loves a picnic
Camp brings Christian, Jewish, Muslim teens together (8.22.06) — the inspiring story of Camp IF
Want to share a Google Analytics invitation code? (1.24.06) — the hordes come in a futile quest for a freebie; I finally got mine (from Google directly) in April
Recalling Beacon Press's role with the Pentagon Papers (1.26.06) — a letter to the editor from Edwin Lane
Let's try a little collective marketing (4.8.06) — in which I launch a Google ad for UU blogs with a little help from my friends
Uh, oh: It's salvation by hermeneutics (9.16.06) — who's says grad-school vocabulary can't draw a crowd?
Bush and Colbert, Lear and the Fool (5.2.06) — my take on what may have been the president's most uncomfortable half-hour in public
Richard John Neuhaus's deputy turns on him (3.26.06) — my astonished first impression of Damon Linker's denunciation of First Things, the theocon magazine he used to edit
This week at uuworld.org: Heroes' dilemma (6.5.06) — highlighting the legacy of Martha and Waitstill Sharp
First month of UU Blogs ad campaign (5.9.06) — in which my donors fund a successful burst of publicity
Thanks for reading this year!
Copyright © 2006 by Philocrites | Posted 27 December 2006 at 10:14 AM