The following six (and a bit) entries are not necessarily the most popular, rather they have maintained a loyal little readership long after the publication date. Can blog entries be "published"? Of course they can, that orange button says "PUBLISH POST". Right, good, that's sorted.
So, here are the "Top 6-ish blog entries which have maintained popularity over a certain amount of time, listed to give readers a chance to peruse entries they may have missed. Type thing."
1. Book Clubbed. In which I go through how many writing pads have been filled with endless attempts at writing novels and stories, only to end somewhere mid-sentence through a middle chapter in a mixture of resignation and slight disappointment.
2. Derren Brown - parts one and two. When the "wisdom of the crowds" met the "scepticism of the Doktorb". Guess who won...
3. Backstory - Jumper No idea why this is still picking up the readers, (it seems to be very popular every now and then with American IP addresses). What happens when a younger Dok goes into a clothes shop. And fails to do anything right.
4. Scotland Memories of Mallaig, the Small Isles, and such like. Badly typed Gaelic too, I wouldn't wonder.
5. Nick Griffin - parts one and two No surprises here, I suppose. The one surprising thing about my articles making the case for the BNP leader to appear on Question Time is how many people got here searching for "X Factor" and "Simon Cowell is a [naughty word]".
6. Sleeping with John Peel Musical musings and such like memories. I can only assume it's the provocative title, you know....