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2011 NYPL Blog Highlights by the Numbers

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Most used words in post titles in 2011; wordle.netMost used words in post titles in 2011; wordle.netIn 2011, NYPL bloggers published nearly 900 posts about subjects ranging from the ubiquitous Language & Literature and History, Biography & Genealogy to unusual topics such as Graffiti and even Automobile Maintenance & Repair. We started special channels on Africa and the African Diaspora, Lifelong Learning, Musical of the Month, and the Ticketless Traveler. See below for the most popular and commented-on posts to catch up on what you might have missed.

Happy New Year!

Number of Blog Posts in 2011: 883

Most Viewed Blog Posts

  1. Library Books on Kindle: A Visual Walkthrough
  2. I Want to Be Your Personal Penguin: Wedding Readings from Children’s Books
  3. Who Lived In a House Like This? A Brief Guide to Researching the History of Your NYC Home
  4. So, Why Do We Call It Gotham Anyway?
  5. April 2011 DVD Releases... Reserve Your Copy Now!
  6. Get the Most Out of Your Gadgets with NYPL
  7. 2010 New York Times Bestselling Young Adult Books: Free Downloads for Your eReader
  8. The Great Obituary Hunt: A Genealogy Research Guide
  9. A Helluva Town: The Origins of New York’s Hellish Place Names
  10. March 2011 DVD Releases... Reserve Your Copy Now!

Number of Staff and Guest Bloggers in 2011: 154

Most Commented

  1. Tricky Menu Tips: Ditto Marks, Prices, and More
  2. 'It's Safe to Say... Don't Quote Me On That.' An Interview about Nirvana
  3. Get the Most Out of Your Gadgets With NYPL
  4. Library Books on Kindle: A Visual Walkthrough
  5. Winter is Coming: The Grouchy Librarian's Guide to Down and Dirty Fantasy
  6. Winnie-the-Pooh: Celebrating 90 Years
  7. The Sally Draper Reading List
  8. Who Lived In a House Like This? A Brief Guide to Researching the History of Your NYC Home
  9. A Reading List for New Orleans
  10. Do You Judge a Book by Its Cover?

Total Number of Comments: 1115

 

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