Another year rolls by, and the elves at WordPress have compiled this list of my top posts for 2014:
3 Theory of the Drone 1: Genealogies (2013)
4 Gaza 101
5 Is Paris Burning? (2012)
10 War and distance: logistics (2012)
In fact, the list simply shows the ‘most read’ posts this year – two of them were written in previous years, so it’s good to see that the shelf-life of the blog is longer than the usual jibes about ‘ephemera’ imply; on several occasions people have read a post and suggested that I publish it — to which I say: ‘But I just did…’
Still, contemporary issues clearly dominate: 1, 3 and 7 were all about Gaza, and ‘The war on Ebola’ (2) got more views in a single day than anything I’ve ever posted (or probably written…).
Even this list is misleading, though, since ‘Home Page’ tops the list, and that always shows the latest posts. And ‘DOWNLOADS’ was also right up there, with more than 4,000 hits – so I promise to try to keep that up to date.
In any event, thanks very much for stopping by and making this a much less solitary affair than I first thought it would be. This is where you all came from: