Top 10 Posts for August 2018

The 2018 Hugo Winners news item and related comments attracted seven times more attention than most of August’s other popular posts. Only the equally heavily read article about planned protests outside Worldcon 76 had the same magnitude of audience. Therefore they lead both the overall Top 10 list, and the “non-Scroll” Top 10.

Here are the most-read posts from August 2018:

  1. 2018 Hugo Winners
  2. Worldcon 76 Response to Protests Planned Outside SJCC on August 18
  3. Pixel Scroll 8/4/18 Your Pixeled Pal Who’s Fun To Scroll With!
  4. Alt-Right Rally Outside Worldcon 76 Draws About 40
  5. Pixel Scroll 8/11/18 Pixel of Steel, Scroll of Kleenex
  6. Faux Scroll 8/23/18 The Fan Who Was Thursday
  7. Pixel Scroll 8/13/18 I Can’t See Me Scrolling Nobody But You, For All My File
  8. Pixel Scroll 8/21/18 When The Deep Pixel Scrolls Over Sleepy Filer Walls
  9. Pixel Scroll 8/7/18 Not First, Nor Fifth, Nor even Frog, Just Little Old Me, PixelDog
  10. Pixel Scroll 8/14/18 I Never Saw A Purple Pixel, I Never Hope To See One

Scroll-free Top 10

  1. 2018 Hugo Winners
  2. Worldcon 76 Response to Protests Planned Outside SJCC on August 18
  3. Alt-Right Rally Outside Worldcon 76 Draws About 40
  4. Live Coverage of 2018 Hugo Ceremony – Stay Tuned
  5. Barkley — So Glad You (Didn’t) Ask: A Column of Unsolicited Opinions #33
  6. Worldcon 76 Update from Mike Glyer
  7. Jon Del Arroz Says He Won’t Be at His August 18 Rally
  8. More Publishers Cut Ties With Sunil Patel
  9. Best Series Hugo: Eligible Series from 2018
  10. Follow the Bouncing Case

3 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts for August 2018

  1. Heather Rose Jones: In the Scroll-free list #8 – this was originally posted in 2016. Is there some glitch in the universe?

    On Twitter, someone tweeted they’d heard Patel would be at Worldcon 76 and included the link. It got quite a few readers last month.

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