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Quick stats update

20 Dec

I’m watching Sitemeter. There is every chance that the over-all tally for all the Floating Life sites will reach 300,000 before the year ends!

The most visited individual posts in the past seven days, according to WordPress, have been:

Floating Life

  1. Australian poem: 2008 series #9 — "The Angel’s Kiss"  153
  2. How good is your English? Test and Answers 61
  3. Last night I watched Channel Ten! 45
  4. The Great Surry Hills Book Clearance of 2005  40
  5. Dispatches from another America 34
  6. Australian poem 2008 series #10: Peter S 27
  7. Beijing agrees to Tibet talks 25
  8. Official seal 25
  9. Too busy to blog! 24
  10. Christmas poem #1 — Louis Macneice, 21

Photo blog

  1. Loving Surry Hills 16: after Goodchap St 15
  2. Loving Surry Hills 5: Foveaux Street 13
  3. See all my “best of 2008” 10
  4. Summer light 80: Sunday morning in Goodlet Street 2 9
  5. Loving Surry Hills 15: Goodchap Street 8
  6. Loving Surry Hills 1: Foveaux Street 7
  7. Summer light 76: 13 December 3 – Indigenous 7
  8. 10 best nature shots from 2008: 4 6
  9. Summer light 77: 13 December 5 – Elizabeth Street 5
  10. Summer light 82: Saturday afternoon Buckingham Street 5
  11. Views from East Redfern 1: you can see the Blue Mountains  5
  12. Loving Surry Hills 2: Foveaux Street 5

Ninglun’s Specials

  1. Sequel: Art Monthly Australia July 2008 27
  2. Top poems 2: John Donne (1572-1631): Satire iii 24
  3. 10. But is it art? Responses to the Bill Henson controversy 19
  4. The Bard, a Rabbit, and Ninglun 15
  5. Family stories 3 — About the Whitfields 13
  6. 05 — Old Blog Entries: 99-04 12
  7. Surry Hills 90: Bourke Street and The Beresford 11
  8. Family stories 4 — A Guringai Family Story 8
  9. Sydney: World Youth Day 2008 fashion 5
  10. Surry Hills 93: Crown Street to Darlinghurst 5
  11. If you have enjoyed the “Looking for Jacob" series 5
  12. Gustave Dore’s "Ancient Mariner" illustrations 5
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