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The Lesko Blog Popularity Contest (Is It Cheating If I Win?)

This month marks the eighth month I have been writing Lesko Blog entries. I thought it would be fun to list the most frequently read entries for each month. Frankly, I have no idea why some entries are so popular, while others are not. Perhaps I am not destined to know. In any case, here’s the list going back to November 2007. Thanks very much for reading my blog. Please keep in mind that, unlike other blogs, the comment tool is turned on and ready for you to use. So feel free to let me know what you think.

1. November 2007: The Untouchables of Academe.

2. December 2007: Auld Lang Syne. This one is the most popular blog entry overall, with 15,382 reads.

3. January 2008: The Denial Twist.

4. February 2008: New Podcast Interview Series.

5. March 2008: Identity Theft & the AAUP Elections.

6. April 2008: CCCCs in San Francisco (2009).

7. May 2008: Who Says Crow Isn’t Tasty?

7. June 2008: Some Confusion Over What Journalists Do.

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