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Boring geeky navel gazing for September 2008: 1

30 Sep

Thought I’d get started on what has proved to be a record month here with my reports to myself, and anyone else who may be interested. 😉

Posts which rang bells in September

Ninglun’s Specials

  1. Sequel: Art Monthly Australia July 2008 117 individual visits during September, according to WordPress stats
  2. 10. But is it art? Responses to the Bill Henson controversy 110
  3. Top poems 2: John Donne (1572-1631) 61
  4. Surry Hills 9: The Northcott 56
  5. Family stories 3 — About the Whitfields 52
  6. Surry Hills 10: Little Lebanon 34
  7. First fruits from the Casio: Surry Hills 33
  8. Top poems 1: The amazing web site of Shakespeare’s Sonnets 25
  9. Surry Hills 8: Belvoir and Buckingham St 24
  10. Surry Hills 12: personal space 23

Floating Life

  1. Sarah Palin 2,496, which almost entirely explains the record month!
  2. Australian poem: 2008 series #9 — “The Angel’s Kiss”  623
  3. NSW Local Government Election 2008 / Sutherland 308
  4. Cutting Edge: Embedded with Sheik Hilaly 236
  5. 2008 Beijing Paralympics Games 217
  6. The Great Surry Hills Book Clearance of 2005  146
  7. How good is your English? Test and Answers 127
  8. The Hollowmen – ABC TV 123
  9. Australian poem 2008 series #10: Peter S 93
  10. Blog Roll 90

English/ESL

  1. How should I write up a Science experiment? 1,318
  2. Studying the Gothic, or Emily Bronte? 1,051
  3. Physical journeys and Peter Skrzynecki’s poems 479
  4. Workshop 02 — NSW HSC: Area Study: Imaginative Journeys 268
  5. Scaffolding 176
  6. From my personal site: The Secret River 162
  7. How can I improve my essay grades…? 155
  8. What tense should I use when I write about literature? 147
  9. SBHS Trial HSC 2007 Paper 1 Question 1: 140
  10. In the Wild: Brave New World and Blade Runner 140

Floating Life 04/06 ~ 11/07

  1. Friday Australian poem #17: Bruce Dawe, 581
  2. On the awkwardness (and fatuity?) of discussing religion 304
  3. Assimilation, Integration, Multiculturalism 243
  4. John Howard: bullying expert extraordinaire 154
  5. Two Australian poems of World War II 129
  6. Friday Australian poem #3: A D Hope, 86
  7. 3 — Indigenous Australians 80
  8. Friday Australian Poem #5: Judith Wright 79
  9. Late Anzac Day thoughts 71
  10. Ian McKellen and Judi Dench in Macbeth… and Mardi Gras 67

Poetry does rather well, doesn’t it?

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