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Second Saturday “Who’s read what?” for June 2009

13 Jun

Hmmm. The deadline for my cub journalism is 20 June.

Here are the stats for Floating Life, English/ESL and Ninglun on Blogspot for the past seven days.

Floating Life

2,489 views so far this month; average 226 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. Racism? Yes and no… 83 views
  2. Australian poem: 2008 series #9 — "The Angel’s Kiss"  67
  3. How good is your English? Test and Answers 61
  4. Dispatches from another America 57
  5. Maurice O’Riordan’s view on nude children as art… 41

Ninglun’s Specials

647 views so far this month; average 51 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. Sequel: Art Monthly Australia July 2008 34
  2. Family stories 3 — About the Whitfields 31
  3. Gustave Dore’s "Ancient Mariner" illustrations 22
  4. 05 — Old Blog Entries: 99-04 14
  5. 10. But is it art? Responses to the Bill Henson controversy 14

Photoblog

357 views so far this month; average 21 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. Surry Hills: new community centre and library nearing completion 8
  2. Belmore Park – Missionbeat – 5pm 6
  3. 2009 in order – January-March 6
  4. Surry Hills “Little India” 6 4
  5. About 4

Ninglun on Blogspot

Stats from Google Analytics. 237 views so far this month; average 21 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. New Surry Hills Community Centre and Library 8
  2. Winter light 2 — Belvoir Street 3

Apr 06 ~ Nov 07 (archive)

1,147 views so far this month; average 107 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. Friday Australian poem #17: Bruce Dawe, 83
  2. Two Australian poems of World War II 54
  3. There are at least two movies called Swi 46
  4. Assimilation, Integration, Multicultural 41
  5. John Howard: bullying expert extraordina 31

English/ESL

3,717 views so far this month; average 347 views per day this past week. The top posts in the past seven days were:

  1. Mary Shelley, "Frankenstein" — and "Blade Runner" 262
  2. How should I write up a Science experiment? 236
  3. Studying the Gothic, or Emily Bronte? 111
  4. How can I write faster in exams? 48
  5. The "Belonging" Essay 45
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