The intervening time span has showcased several encouraging diversification trends:
- 27 posts each garnered at least 1% of the thousand hits (previously, that number was 18)
- The top 10 most popular posts accounted for 43.7% of all visitors' entrances (previously 56.8%, meaning a drop of 13.1%)
- Only 2 posts had over 50 hits, or 5% of the thousand (last time around it was 6)
- With just 12 new posts, 114 different entries scored hits (as opposed to 94)
- And best of all, there was definite turnover at the top--only 5 of the previous top 10 most popular posts remained there.
The aforementioned political cartoon of the fall of Tuinisia's President Ben Ali proved to be TED's biggest hit, garnering nearly twice as many hits as this pic, which I am pleased to report is the very first result in Google Images for "Judas Liz", as well as being on Page 1 for "Iron Liz" and "Linkara" (Alas, "Mechakara"--the fourth participant--only rates Page 2).
My first Linkara drawing proved its durability again, finishing in the topmost group for the fourth straight time. The same went for the Tortoise and the Hare and Young Justice: The Next Generation. The only other repeat performer here is the rattlesnake mascot.
It was a good time for political cartoons as three others also leapfrogged upwards--well, four if you want to get technical, but since two of them appear in the same post it's sometimes difficult to tell which one brought their visitors here. As such, they are ably represented here by their common factor: horrible weather conditions. The other two are December's Star Wars takeoff and October's tree-cutting semi-metaphor.
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Black 0.4 mm pilot pen
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Black 0.7 mm pilot pen
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