I’m not a big list guy but here were the top 3 posts in terms of hits at DaTechGuy Blog in 2015
Sometimes the simplest points are the best and Iowahawk made it
#2 My Predictions Concerning the Paris Attacks
The predictions held up pretty well.
And the #1 post of 2015 at DaTechGuyblog
Taking down the panic over bacon was a simple issue of Math
In other words, if this study is absolutely positively spot on correct eating that hotdog every single day for your entire life raises your odds of catching colorectal cancer by nearly but not quite….1%.
Or to put it another way if you’re a gamer if you eat that hotdog a day then your odds of catching colorectal cancer go from being about the odds of rolling a 1 on a D20 to about the odds of rolling a 1 on a D20.
Who says math is boring?
Ironically I submitted this post as a paid article to a site. They turned it down it became post #1 here.
There were also posts that didn’t do so well this year these five were tied for the least popular
Where AP Dillon writes about the government data mining our children
It is unclear if this data is in any one or multiple North Carolina databases, including the SLDS. However, some database has it, since this form is already directly being used to ‘track the fat kids‘.
Since we can ‘track the fat kids’, this data can definitely be used to track the white kids, the black kids, the latino kids… You get the picture — Big Brother for Social Justice.
I’ll restate the closing I made in the article from yesterday on this tweet:
If Dr. Atkinson is attempting to make the argument that part of the ‘school choice’ made by parents and students needs to fit into a one-size-fits all public school testing regimen, she’s missed the point of ‘choice’ entirely.
Both of these deserve more attention.
But the lessons for individuals those can be applied today, now at once, and because they deal with eternal truths those lessons will be true no matter where the science on global warming goes.
The point being that there are plenty of eternal lessons in the document that everyone is missing for the sake of climate spin
Where John Ruberry points out Hillary’s two faces on voting laws, and why.
Hillary can’t run on her record, which includes decades of scandal, the Benghazi murders, and her disastrous “reset” with Russia. And she has more skeletons in her closet than you’ll find in the catacombs in Paris.
That means we’ll see more demagoguery from Clinton.
Perhaps this post didn’t fly because readers consider Hillary being two faced as rote.
Finally my least popular post was this one
The Truest Sentence you will likely read today
It was one of the shortest posts of the year and the point made is evergreen.
For the blog 2015 was much better than 2014 but I have a long way to go to get back to my 2013 levels