The tenth anniversary of this blog is now upon us. It just happens to coincide with the publication of my book. The blog has been a source for much of the content for the book. I will be having a book signing on October 9 at the Chameleon Bookstore.
I wanted to present the top posts for the whole history of the blog but Google Analytics changed its algorithm so that is presents data for the last 3 years. Blogger does have a built in stat counter so I will use that. The built in counter does not filter out bot traffic very well but it's all I have. It provides only the top 18 posts of all time.
In November 2018, I created a poll on the blog for the greatest nonfiction book of all time (which can be voted on in the poll above) in response to the Great American Read poll that PBS conducted. This post looks at the early results of the poll.
In this post I took a look at how elite NBA coaches who played in the NBA fared compared to those who did not. I also compared the elite NBA coaches to elite NFL coaches to see if playing in the league made a difference in their performance.
This is the all time most read post for the blog. It was buoyed by a link to the BBC Documentary The Joy of Stats in 2010. It received more than twice as many page views that the second most read post on the list. It looked at how income predicted life expectancy for each state in the U.S. but not for the District of Columbia.