I like to think there’s been some decent content on this blog this year. These are the posts that had the most views:
Top Posts in November
These are the top three posts this month based on page views.
Top Posts in September
Putting up some decent content, I think; both here and at Bleacher Report.
Top posts on the blog last month:
Top Posts, August
Got some blogging mojo back in August, but I also spent a lot of time writing for Bleacher Report. Trying to get a Featured Columnist gig for the Ravens there, but even when you’re writing for free (and fun) there’s politics involved.
The top three posts in August:
Quote of the day, asshat edition
Top Posts in July
Trying to keep up, but sometimes other priorities trump blogging. Here are the most viewed posts from July.
The Baltimore Mayor and City Council don’t want you to know they raised your taxes.
Why I left the Libertarian Party.
The Administration continues to show they are just the same as any other bunch of politicians.
Top Posts in May
Blogging has been a little lighter recently (and traffic’s down, too); here are the top three posts by pageview for May
Quote of the Day, Rippetoe Edition.
As always, thanks for reading, and don’t be afraid to leave a comment.
Top posts in April
There are some people reading this blog, and I think that’s cool. Not much feedback, though – I encourage it. I do have comment moderation on to eliminate spam, so they don’t show up right away, but they will show up.
Anyway, the top three posts this month:
and a link to a great interview.
Top Three Posts in March
There are actually 4, as there was a tie
I’m just not that worked up about health care
Top Posts Since the Move
A year ago today, I moved my blog from blogspot (here’s a link to the old blog) and started using WordPress. I’m happier with the way WordPress works, the only drawback is the inability to easily customize a template, but that doesn’t bother me. The rest of the platform is much better, in my opinion.
Since the inception of paulstagg.com, here are the top 5 posts by page views.
No direct wine shipments in Maryland
My training template (that I’ve yet to really use)
An ‘are you serious’ moment; turns out the NYT needs to get better at reporting.
Photos of the Blizzard(s) of 2010
Baltimore City officials misleading the public.
I’ve been blogging now for over 5 years, since December of 2004. I do it mostly just for me, although in the last six months it seems more people are reading. Which is cool.
As I continue the blog, I’ll hopefully continue to provide not only insight into my own opinion and philosophy, but some education and entertainment as well.
Top Posts in February
Top three posts for the past month:
No Direct Wine Shipments in Maryland (because of one paid off politician)
Baltimore City Officials Less Than Honest About Snow Removal
Thanks for reading!