I didn't post yesterday. In the morning was the graduation for the Housing NSW/Aboriginal Housing Office mentor program. I took some photos and will write a story in due course, but coming home after the session I found myself with the shivers, so actually took to my bed. Not bad today, but still not feeling especially well, and I also have to go into the city this afternoon.
The graphic shows monthly visits to the blog (yellow) plus page views (yellow plus red)for the year ending July 10. I was conscious that the July numbers were down; so I have two months of falling stats.
Excluding visits to the front page (I do not have this number), the most visited posts over July were:
- Sunday Essay - the importance of quiet time in a crowded world (283 page views)
- Report of the NSW Aborigines Welfare Board, year ended 30 June 1940 (170 page views)
- Belshaw's Animal Meme ( 113 page views)
- Australian history and the migrant experience (49 page views)
- The Importance of Family History (48 page views)
- Generation One, Andrew Forrest and Aboriginal jobs (41 page views)
- Saturday Morning Musings - a melange (37 page views)
- Threads - death of Jon Cleary, higher education, the Gruen Nation, Will Owen (37 page views)
- Saturday Morning Musings - confidentiality, confusion and Australia's election (36 page views)
- Death of Australian painter and writer James Gleeson (32 page views).