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.
- Pixel Scroll 7/13/16 Scroll on the Water, Fire in the Sky
- Pixel Scroll 7/12/16 Boys! Raise Giant Pixels in your Cellar!
- Pixel Scroll 7/6/16 And She Gave Away The Pixels Of Her Past And Said, “I’ve Lost The Scroll Again”
- Pixel Scroll 7/11/16 The Coal Equations
- Pixel Scroll 7/5/16 Scrollamagoosa
- Pixel Scroll 7/24/16 The Pixel Who Walks Through Walls
- Pixel Scroll 7/14/16 I Am the Pixel in the Darkness
- Pixel Scroll 7/8/16 Scrolled Pixels Are All Alike; Every Unscrolled Pixel Is Unscrolled In Its Own Way
- Pixel Scroll 7/19/16 Dropkick Me Pixel, Through The Scrollposts Of Life
- 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.
- Just. One. Book. Update
- World Fantasy Awards Final Ballot
- 2016 Hugo Finalist Review Roundup
- Measuring The Rabid Puppies Slate’s Impact on the Final Hugo Ballot
- Hugo Voting Rules Proposals Sponsored By Harris, Buff, Standlee, Others
- Hugo Voting Proposal Status Update
- Announcing The Cult Movie Bracket
- 2016 CFLA Book of the Year
- The Great Big Juicy Smooch of Death
- SFWA Says It Will Admit Game Writers, All Heck Breaks Loose