By far the most popular from 2012 was written in 2011, a love letter to the long gone but not forgotten BR logo
Similarly, two entries from 2009 continue to be well read last year, namely the infamous moment when I took to OFCOM to rally against Derren Brown, who I don't like particularly much
I'll be honest, I can't remember writing an entry about violent video games and video classification, but it sits in the top ten after the year end so I can't deny it had an audience...
Memo to candidates everywhere - if you're hoping to be elected in Town B, don't sound like you did when talking to Town A. Memo to MPs everywhere - don't do as Nadine Dorries does. Ever, if you can help it.
A blog I wrote two years ago in favour of Police and Crime Commissioners picked up readers in the run up to the actual elections, and to be honest, I couldn't be more in disagreement with myself, as I soon learned to distrust and dislike the proposals. A man can be allowed to change his mind.
Another popular blog in the top 10 came from October, in which I once again banged the drum against Council Tax.
Government re-shuffles was the topic of discussion in a blog which picked up on the growing support for UKIP (wherever that may lead us this year...)
Sadly now missing most of its images due to a Photobucket purge, my entry detailing a day-trip to Oldham just sneaks into the top 10