I’m a sucker for year-end lists. Some folks like ’em and some hate ’em! Most of the articles that generated the most hits were ones where I either broke a story on or offered a perspective that couldn’t be found elsewhere. One story generated so much controversy I had to put all comments in moderation! District salaries became very popular and the hits on those continue to grow every single day since I posted those last March. Sadly, the subject of one of my articles was myself. Continue reading
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! As the Irish eyes are smiling, I thought I would give an update on what articles are in the top 17 of all time on here along with some other Top 17 lists!
TOP ARTICLES FROM JUNE 13th, 2014 UNTIL MARCH 17th, 2017
TOP REFERRERS TO EXCEPTIONAL DELAWARE
- Kilroy’s Delaware
- Delaware Liberal
- WordPress.com Reader
- Android apps
- Diane Ravitch.net
- Elizabeth Scheinberg.net
- Yahoo Search
- Cloaking Inequity.com
Top 17 Countries Reading Exceptional Delaware
- United States of America
- New Zealand
- United Kingdom
- South Africa
Top 17 Most Bizarre Search Terms That Brought Someone To Exceptional Delaware
- Bank of America and U2
- Waist deep on charter and on demand
- Mold photos willowleaf dr
- did Mark Zuckerberg restrict Common Core posts on Facebook?
- “are held accountable to the fullest extent of the law” and citi
- christiana school distinct to start after Labor Day
- big daddy taution school
- Quentin Tarantino
- mark holodick age
- dr brewington ffa jail
- data walls suck
- meredith blowman archmere
- delaware goopen initiative
- man jacks son common core
- henry clampitt delaware
- mark murphy dsea president
My Top 17 Favorite Articles I Wrote On This Blog
A lot of the above articles were either a labor of love or based on a ton of research. Some just came to me on a whim. Some of these articles actually changed things in Delaware. One was wishful thinking on my part! A few were written in a very different style than what most of my readers are accustomed to. With over 3,200 articles written on here, it is tough to pick out my personal favorites, but these ones are definitely up there.
As for the future, I’ll keep chugging along. I’ve taken a back seat to a lot of things going on in Delaware education the past few months. Had to stretch my sea legs! But research-based articles will return at some point once I get my bearing back. Unless something radically changes, you will see more of my investigative work but with less of an accusatory tone and with more quotes (hopefully) or information gathering from the subject of the article. In any event, Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
This is the world. If you see a country in white, that means they haven’t visited Exceptional Delaware. I’ve conquered North America, Europe, and most of South America. Asia has some holes in it still, along with Africa. This is one of my goals for 2016. To close the gaps. I will not rest or sleep until I have completely taken over the world. This is not a game of Risk, otherwise Africa would have been mine already. Every country must have a color! I am opting out of countries that are blank until they come and visit me. I tried with Mongolia, even going to a few Mongolian WordPress blogs and making comments. It’s how I got Greenland, but I also found a really awesome Greenland blog with amazing photos on it, so it all worked out. What’s up with the Stans in Asia? I’m sure they have that thing called the internet over there. Exceptional Delaware wasn’t built in a day, but with the last country colored in I will completely take over the world in a day! I will accept no substitutes!