Category Archives: Bob Arter

>Howl for Bob Arter

>Yesterday, I learned that the world lost one of its most beautiful people over the weekend. Bob Arter was, for me, a bit of a mentor, probably without his even realizing it. He was the guest editor of the 17th … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for September 2008

>Well, Matt Bell owned the month of September, not only capturing the top spot with his most recent flash in SLQ, but also checking in at #8 for a flash published two years ago. You go, Matt! 1. (2) The … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for August 2008

>August’s top ten is a great example of why I’m such a huge fan of publishing online versus print publishing. Alexandra Fox’s story was the most viewed piece of the month, with over 1000 page views last month. And it … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for July 2008

>Last month was a huge month for the latest issue: nine of the top ten were from Issue 21. And total page views for the month was a big number again: 87,560. Looks like this year we aren’t have the … Continue reading

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>Top Ten Page Views for June 2008

>Almond moves back on top again, and I’m sure that’s due at least in part to Microsoft’s pervy search engine results, but whatever. Lots of stuff from the anniversary issue appears here as well, and it was a huge traffic … Continue reading

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