Which Posts Were Read Most Often During 2011?

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The concert hall at the Syndey Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 15,000 times in 2011. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 6 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

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7 Responses to Which Posts Were Read Most Often During 2011?

  1. pacific says:

    And yet, no new posts in a year 😦 What a shame, it was a great resource for ‘insiders” as the author calls us…

  2. Blogger1! says:

    Are you going to be blogging this year?

  3. Ren says:

    I hope this blog comes back. It is needed very much. Dr. Dell?

  4. aynetal3 says:

    Hi Dr. Dell,

    I wanted to formally introduce ourselves to you. We are hoping too that you come back one day to continue regular blogging and communicating with the general public, or forward us to more recent public blogs/writings if they have been developed. We’d also like to pretentiously be included within your scope (and Blogroll). We (our insiders and me) started last month on a “News Blog” for about 140 currently blogging multiples. About half of the names are duplicates of some of Sarah’s Showcase; the other half are newer references, but all writers on our blog list (neighborhood) are currently writing within one year – many daily.

    The idea is to “publish” daily/weekly annotated quotes from multiple’s blogs we are reading/reporting and consider as newsworthy and adding annotated quotes from Google Search on DID/MPD news (many highlighted red for warning to the readers about anti-news). It is our thought there is a big discrepancy yet between people who believe or do not believe in multiplicity, and since there IS multiplicity – wondering out loud what should be done next. Your 2009 book is instrumental to our vision.

    Again, in our news blog there are both pro- and anti-multiple inclusions. I would like to think there to be a conversation between the two. And, I’d like to think that “News DID/MPD” to be a good resource for better understanding the culture of multiplicity one multiple at a time. Please stop by some time! AND, sign the Guest book, so we can be cued to start our somersaulting! You might also appreciate our entries in Learni.st under dissociative myths. That’s it 🙂


    If you are reading this … thanks for coming back! You and Dr. O’Neil’s 2009 book is on our “Best Ever” list!!!

    Our best – devoted fans 🙂

    Ann Garvey

    Master’s Learner – Adult Education specializing in e-learning, technology, design, and social media while devoted to dissociation

    Brookfield (Chicago), IL

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