Top 10 Posts For July 2016

July’s most-read Pixel Scroll got that way with help from everyone who wanted to argue about #GamerGate, plus a side helping of comments from people who’d taken that online vocabulary test Vox Day cited as evidence of his intelligence.

The leading non-Scroll post reported changes to the NEA’S Big Read book list – Bradbury out, Le Guin still in, other sf/f writers added.

These were the 10 most-viewed posts in July according to Google Analytics.

  1. Pixel Scroll 7/13/16 Scroll on the Water, Fire in the Sky
  2. Pixel Scroll 7/12/16 Boys! Raise Giant Pixels in your Cellar!
  3. Pixel Scroll 7/6/16 And She Gave Away The Pixels Of Her Past And Said, “I’ve Lost The Scroll Again”
  4. Pixel Scroll 7/11/16 The Coal Equations
  5. Pixel Scroll 7/5/16 Scrollamagoosa
  6. Pixel Scroll 7/24/16 The Pixel Who Walks Through Walls
  7. Pixel Scroll 7/14/16 I Am the Pixel in the Darkness
  8. Pixel Scroll 7/8/16 Scrolled Pixels Are All Alike; Every Unscrolled Pixel Is Unscrolled In Its Own Way
  9. Pixel Scroll 7/19/16 Dropkick Me Pixel, Through The Scrollposts Of Life
  10. Pixel Scroll 7/28/16 How Many Files Must A Pixel Scroll Down

And, Scrolls excluded, these 10 came next on the list of most-read posts in July.

  1. Just. One. Book. Update
  2. World Fantasy Awards Final Ballot
  3. 2016 Hugo Finalist Review Roundup
  4. Measuring The Rabid Puppies Slate’s Impact on the Final Hugo Ballot
  5. Hugo Voting Rules Proposals Sponsored By Harris, Buff, Standlee, Others
  6. Hugo Voting Proposal Status Update
  7. Announcing The Cult Movie Bracket
  8. 2016 CFLA Book of the Year
  9. The Great Big Juicy Smooch of Death
  10. SFWA Says It Will Admit Game Writers, All Heck Breaks Loose

6 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts For July 2016

  1. Mike–did you mean July?

    These were the 10 most-viewed posts in June according to Google Analytics.

    And, Scrolls excluded, these 10 came next on the list of most-read posts in June.

  2. Kinda cool:

    #5 is 7/5

    #8 is 7/8

    —–

    I had a draft comment to post on 7/12 and forgot. Now I have the last word on male gaze regarding The Rook. Woo hoo 😉

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