Another month since I looked at what is popular on this blog. The most popular posts in the last 100 visits have been:
- TAS Old Boy Michael Fussell killed in Afghanistan came first by a very significant margin, over three times more visits than the next highest post.
- Tamworth Floods November 2008 came second. Looking at visitors on a rolling basis as I do, it is clear that this post attracted considerable traffic. People like to know about major local events not fully captured by the city media.
- End of Historic Toorale Station came third, not a bad result for a very recent post.
- This was followed by New England's Aboriginal Languages - a map, a post that scores consistently in the top group. The post is no more than a map. Given that it continues to score, I gave added a note to my forward plan to update it with some additional links.
A number of posts followed this top group with round the same number of hits:
- Fossicking in New England has been in the top group before, so continues to attract a specialist interest.
- Armidale Demonstration School Year 5 1955
- Death of New England Writer Eric Rolls (1923-2007)
- Joint University of Newcastle, University of New England medical program starts
- New England poet Peter Skrzynecki's Summer in the Country
- Closure of the Inverell Supercoat Petcare facility - 168 jobs gone