News, but not the serious kind
The best of January? Read it and weep…
It’s time to calculate my most popular blog posts for the month, and you could knock me over with an anvil.
Readers flocked to the really meaty, newsy items, looking for stuff they can’t find anywhere else.
They clicked on the item about my own deep personal thoughts, a piece on business dining etiquette, and our hard-hitting photos of the homes of possible 2012 Republican candidates.
Even more popular were my bitter reflections on the Virginia textbook controversy and my explanation of sapphire economics.
The most popular item for the month? Read it and weep:
And the number one item for January was…
Top: Kazakhstan’s Tourism and Sport minister Temirzhan Dosmukhanbetov (R) carries the flame of the Asian Winter Games after its arrival at Almaty airport, January 12, 2011. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
Right: Incoming House Speaker John Boehner (R) becomes emotional and cries as outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (L) introduces him to take over the gavel and the podium after Boehner was elected speaker on the opening day of the 112th United States Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington, January 5, 2011. REUTERS/Jim Young
Left: A model poses in front of an Audi A7 during the press day for the North American International Auto show in Detroit, January 11, 2011. REUTERS/Mark Blinch