A new year has come along with new year’s resolutions such as reading blogs. Therefore, we start 2017 revisiting 2016. This way, if you’re new to the blog, you can learn what it is about. Conversely, if you’re a faithful reader, you can re-read the most popular posts.
These are the posts published in 2016 with more hits (posting month in brackets):
- Correct these mistakes for Christmas (December)
- 1st SETAC science slam across the pond (August)
- Chemists conspiracy: all drinks are the same alcohol (February)
- Science slam: Enjoy learning science (June)
- Posters at scientific congresses (May)
Interestingly enough, the last post published was the most successful. Either people care a lot about mistakes for Christmas or I’ve been writing rubbish for twelve months.
Additionally, the two most visited articles of all times were:
- ‘Hairspray’ muscial lesson plan – 1/4 (July 2013)
- I speak Polish. What’s your superpower? (August, 2014)
The most popular posts of the year and of all times were mainly about science and language, respectively. It seems that readers want what’s in the title of the blog. It’d be weird if you came here to read mostly about books and birthdays.
Let’s hope we keep on the right track this year.