Top Ten Traffic Sources
- My McGill site
- Political Science Jobs Rumors. I am one of the very few folks there that posts non-anonymously (probably a better way to say that). I do get some crap for it from folks online (and far less from my chair despite what folks occasionally suggest when they post on the site). I am often viewed as a voice of reason there. Which says far more about the site than it does about me.
- Duck of Minerva. I started posting there a while back, and I usually cross-post, putting there things I post here that I think will have broad interest for the IR scholarly community. My posting there is not consistent at all. I tend to filter myself more there. The other bloggers there are very sharp folks, so I tend to be a bit intimidated. This does not mean that my best stuff appears there--just the stuff that I think sucks less.
- Fully Myelinated: Lil' Steve's blog. He likes my stuff, and I like his. The best part of not being in the same department is that I would never win a teaching award with him around. Alas, that is the only good part. Miss the little guy and his mad band of gingers (Weasleys? Indeed).
- Phil Arena's blog: Someone I have yet to met in real life. A younger, more rigorous IR scholar.
- Drezner's blog. He has so many followers that all it takes is for one reference on his blog to me and I get a huge jump in hits. He has a lot of followers for good reasons--sharp, succinct, often amusing, always relevant posts.
- Hogwarts Houses same as last year--JK-related posts still get heaps of attention.
- Paul Robinson, Afghanistan: catches my post where I rant about folks who say Afghanistan militarized Canada somehow.
- Ranking the Star Wars Movies was also on top last year.
- Alouette (looking perhaps for the CFL team, but finding my post on the Canadian fighter squadron north of Quebec).
- McGill Strike: people would find a number of posts as I addressed both the staff strike and the student tuition strike several times.
- ISA, looking for my guide to Montreal.
- For your situational awareness: where I link to a cool blog that was occasionally dispensing Pentagon-ese to the masses.
- McGill sucks. Gets my posts on students opposing tuition increases. Probably some of these folks are finding the opposite of that which they are seeking.
- Pre-electoral coalitions Australia. Really? Hmm.
- Quebec Patriotic Militia. I love it that people searching for this fringe group end up finding my blog posts on it.
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