Top 10 Posts for July 2017

People steamed about the Shadow Clarke jurors who felt A Closed and Common Orbit was unworthy of being shortlisted for the Clarke Award, combined with others annoyed by the low number of European creators represented in NPR’s list of “100 Favorite Comics And Graphic Novels,” united to drive the Pixel Scroll for 7/12 to the top of the charts for July.

The non-Scroll with the most views was the World Fantasy Award shortlist — because File 770 was first out of the gate with the press release.

Top 10 Pixel Scrolls

  1. Pixel Scroll 7/12/17 All The King’s Centaurs
  2. Pixel Scroll 7/17/17 All Along The Scrolltower Pixels Kept The View
  3. Pixel Scroll 7/6/17 Microcosmic Godstalk
  4. Pixel Scroll 7/19/17 By The Pixel Of Grayscroll!
  5. Pixel Scroll 7/9/17 Silver Threads And Golden Pixels Cannot Mend This Scroll of Mine
  6. Pixel Scroll 7/3/17 Hokey Tickboxes And Ancient Pixels Are No Match For A Good Filer At Your Side, Kid
  7. Pixel Scroll 7/18/17 Fahrvergnügen 451
  8. Pixel Scroll 7/23/17 Whenever We File Out, The Pixels Always Shout, ‘There Scrolls John Jacob Jingleheimer Schmidt!’
  9. Pixel Scroll 7/20/17 Be Vewy Quiet – I’m Hunting Pixels
  10. Pixel Scroll 7/22/17 On The Fifth Day She Scrolled Five Tidbits About Ray Bradbury

Top 10 Non-Scroll Posts

  1. 2017 World Fantasy Award Nominees
  2. LASFSian Dwain Kaiser Killed
  3. Barkley — So Glad You (Didn’t) Ask: A Column of Unsolicited Opinions — #10
  4. 2017 Chesley Award Winners
  5. Jordin Kare Passes Away
  6. Worldcon 75 Publishes Member List, Issues Clarification About Public vs. Private Names
  7. Thirteenth Doctor Revealed
  8. Worldcon 75 Explains Print Publications Policy
  9. Alan Dorey (1958-2017)
  10. Upending the Hugos:  New Awards Categories That Should Have Been Added A Long Time Ago

2 thoughts on “Top 10 Posts for July 2017

  1. In (8), Print Policy, I still find it disturbing that it took so long for disabled members to get approved for their reservation in the one close hotel — late enough that some of them might not have then been able to schedule the trip — and I fear there are going to be people showing up there who literally won’t be able to move around their rooms.

    Without dimensions, who can tell? Just looking at the photos, I’m unsure anything but a standard manual wheelchair is going to be able to maneuver. Which is going to make it impossible for people with wide chairs, power chairs and scooters to move.

    I hope that hotel’s ready to move and remove furniture from the rooms, and I pray the turn in and out of the bathrooms is navigable. Else there might be some VERY unhappy people who’ll have wasted a lot of money, time, and spoons.

    Hopefully it’s a new enough building to comply with EU standards. (They do have standards, right? They got rules for EVERYTHING.)

    But, one of my disabilities is not being real good at judging distance by eye, so I might be COMPLETELY wrong on this. 🙂 Hope I am.

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