Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Top 26 Blogs 1st Quarter 2009

Regular readers of this blog will remember that for much of 2008 I was posting monthly updates of the most popular blog entries:

. April 08 . May 08 . June 08 . July 08 . August 08
. September 08 . October 08 . November 08 . December 08 .
Top 100 Blog Entries of 2008.

Unfortunately, a glitch in the transfer of Feedburner's statistics tracking over to Google that occurred in mid-January has yet to be repaired, so I no longer have a way to do long-term reporting of the most popular blogs. I do, however, have a way to track what entries have seen the most traffic from mid-January up to today, which gives us the following new list of the most popular blog entries from this quarter.

1. Slices of Reality
2. The Holographic Universe
3. Augmented Reality
4. Creativity and the Quantum Universe
5. "t" Equals Zero
6. Going to the Light
7. The Shaman
8. The Big Bang and the Big O
9. Urban Garden Magazine
10. Other New Shows You May Not Have Seen
11. Modern Shamans
12. Astrotometry
13. Scott McCloud and the Brothers Winn
14. You Have a Shape and a Trajectory
15. New Translations of Imagining the Tenth Dimension
16. The Comedian
17. Tenth Dimension Polls Archive 26 to 30
18. The Musician
19. Our Non-Local Universe
20. Where Are You?
21. Aren't There Really 11 Dimensions?
22. More on Augmented Reality
23. Google and the Group Mind
24. Auras, Ghosts and Pareidolia
25. Elvis and the Electrons
26. A Point Within the Omniverse

As of about January 15th, 2009, this was the list of the twenty-six Imagining the Tenth Dimension blog entries that had attracted the most visits of all time up until then (the list below is one I saved just before switching my Feedburner account over to Google). As I say, until the Feedburner/Google bug is fixed, I don't have a way to integrate this list into the one above, but this information is still of some use for understanding what has been popular at this blog prior to the first quarter of 2009.

1. Dr. Mel's 4D Glasses (5)
2. You are Me and We are All Together (1)
3. Create a Universe with One Easy Click (10)
4. I Know You, You Know Me (2)
5. Scrambled Eggs (4)
6. Twisted Dimensions (3)
7. Predicting the Future (Here Come the Aliens) (8)
8. Dreaming of Electric Sheep (20)
9. Tenth Dimension Polls Archive 21 to 25 (11)
10. Time is a Direction (6)
11. The Past is an Illusion (7)
12. Tenth Dimension Polls Archive 26 to 30 (new)
13. Crossed Wires in the Brain (9)
14. We Start with a Point (new)
15. The Omniverse Almanac and the Federal Reserve (12)
16. Video Feedback (13)
17. New Stuff at the Store (new)
18. Foreword to Giorbran's Acclaimed Book (14)
19. The Big Bang and the Big Pie (new)
20. Welcome to Digg and YouTube Viewers (new)
21. Imagining the Omniverse (new)
22. Jake Kotze and Mystical Numbers (15)
23. Why Do We Need More Than 3 Dimensions (19)
24. David Jay Brown and Psychedelics (16)
25. Moving Dimensions and Synchromysticism (17)
26. Time in 3 Dimensions (18)

By the way, if you're new to this project, you might want to check out the Tenth Dimension FAQ, as it provides a road map to a lot of the discussions and different materials that have been created for this project. If you are interested in the 26 songs attached to this project, this blog shows a video for each of the songs and provides more links with lyrics and discussion. The Annotated Tenth Dimension Video provides another cornucopia of discussion topics to be connected to over at YouTube. And as always, here's a reminder that the Tenth Dimension Forum is a good place to converse with other people about these ideas.

Finally, just a little reminder here about the new 6 DVD set we're selling from the tenth dimension store:

A direct link to the above video is at http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=QoZ5YomCLrQ

Enjoy the journey,

Rob Bryanton

Next: The Invariant Set

1 comment:

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