Top 10 Posts for December 2015

In 2016 I may have to rethink the Top 10. The Scrolls are always top-rated because they are by design the town square where everybody gathers to talk. Sometimes an exceptionally large number of hits only means that bracket voting was in progress in the comments!

  1. Pixel Scroll 12/6 From the Mixed-Up Pixels of Mrs. Basil E. Frankscroller
  2. Pixel Scroll 12/15 Mother Pixel’s Littul Scrolls
  3. Pixel Scroll 12/18 Voxura vs. Scrolljira
  4. Pixel Scroll 12/17 We Also Walk T. Rexes
  5. Pixel Scroll 12/10 Plan Whine from Outer Space
  6. Pixel Scroll 12/21 Rudolph the Scroll Nosed Reindeer
  7. Pixel Scroll 12/20 Grandma Got Run Over By a Filer
  8. Pixel Scroll 11/30 The Doom That Came to File770
  9. Pixel Scroll 12/28 The Android Who Was Cyber-Monday
  10. Pixel Scroll 12/8 When Blogs Collide

Scrolls excluded, these were December’s 10 most-viewed posts.

  1. There Will Be War Volume Ten
  2. Your Star Wars Spoiler Discussion Goes Here
  3. Puppygate on Tonight’s Jeopardy!
  4. Libertarian Star Wars Special
  5. Citations Provided
  6. Star Trek Beyond — Official Trailer
  7. CBS Sues To Block Axanar Trek Movie
  8. That Sweet, Little Old Gollum
  9. Syfy Airing Sci-Fi: Can You Believe It?
  10. Your Retro Jovian Award Winners

5 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts for December 2015

  1. ULTRAGOTHA:

    My scroll title is number one! My scroll title is number one!

    May I present you with this internet?

  2. There have been a number of threads where the brackets came in and around ongoing conversations.

    Might it be possible in future to have separate posts for brackets? While some of those threads were contentious and perhaps better off buried, others had been interestingly potting along.

  3. I was also thinking about having separate posts for the bracket, but there are a few problems:

    1) When I at one time had several heats in one post, there was a lot of confusion on what heat people should vote on and there was a mix of old and new answers. It became harder to just scroll up to where the bracket begun.

    2) If there should be separate posts for each heat, then it is up to Mike to decide when they should begin (as for when he reads the mail) and not to the one administrating the bracket. Which might be a bit problematic if there are different timezones.

    As for now, I’m not sure if there are any more brackets in the running?

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