Top Five Posts for 2016

Go-Geeking is a year and a half old! Like last year, we looked at the posts that got the most eyeballs. For 2016 they are as follows:

  1. Race and Culture in Hannibal’s Army Erik responds with an ancient historian’s perspective to a Tor.com post about Hannibal’s army from the point of view of historical wargaming
  2. Hogwarts Dueling Club Tablecloth Transformed into Wall Hanging Eppu shares an eye-catching Harry Potter craft project found online
  3. Putting Trigger Warnings on my Syllabi Erik lays out An Opinion
  4. Arrival Recap Eppu’s first thoughts on the movie Arrival
  5. Fantasy Religions: Sacrilege, Blasphemy, and Heresy In a History for Writers piece, Erik discusses religion from the point of view of early history and what to consider while worldbuilding

Overall—taking the whole year-and-a-half block—we get a slightly different list:

  1. Do-It-Yourself Fantasy Place Name Generator Erik’s basic system for creating fictitious place names wins the top slot by a wide margin
  2. Race and Culture in Hannibal’s Army Erik responds with an ancient historian’s perspective to a Tor.com post about Hannibal’s army from the point of view of historical wargaming
  3. Sean Bean on the LotR Joke in The Martian Eppu shares a short transcript from an interview with Sean Bean by Yle, the Finnish national broadcast company
  4. Hogwarts Dueling Club Tablecloth Transformed into Wall Hanging Eppu shares an eye-catching Harry Potter craft project found online
  5. Putting Trigger Warnings on my Syllabi Erik lays out An Opinion

It’s fascinating to compare our favorite posts with what other people find interesting. Cool cool cool. 🙂

Messing with numbers is messy.

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