Saturday, 27 October 2012

30,000 page views

Thank you, dear reader, for taking the blog hit count to 30,000 !! A small number in absolute terms, of course, but still something of a milestone.

It seems like a good time to remind readers that the blog has quite a few posts that are updated after initial publication, usually because some kind of feedback has been received from an organisation (see here for an example). The only way of being aware of these updates is if you follow the blog via Facebook or Twitter, so if you want to stay up-to-date with developments, social media is the way to do it.

And to give a feel for what people are reading, here are the most popular posts over the last month:

Moustafa Ismail and his biceps No one is more saddened than BBYF that this shallow post is at the top of the list.

Piano Busker

Schools no longer need to have kitchens

The MCB, Newcastle and Wonga

Muslim Communities in Nottingham

German Support for Hitler in the 1930s

Sustainability and Fairness

FSC in some toys at Tesco

Tour of the Theatre Royal Nottingham

Food Banks in Nottingham

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