What do people tend to look at on Quomodocumque? Now that WordPress offers statistics on most-viewed posts over the whole life of the blog, I can tell you. The most popular post, by a factor of three, is my post on the Mathematics Jobs Wiki, presumably because it appears on the first page of the “math jobs wiki” Google search that anxious candidates apparently carry out several times daily.
It turns out that, despite this not being a math blog, the math posts are in general the most popular; 8 of the top 10 posts are math posts. The other two are food posts, and food is a clear second among topics I frequently blog about. In fact, the most popular post about neither math nor food is my report on a German Art Students show, all the way down at #21.
And you know what people really don’t care about? At all? The Orioles. Truly, these are degraded times.
The most popular search leading people to the blog was, as expected, “math jobs wiki.” The next few leaders are variations on that, the name of the blog and my name. After that comes Inka Heritage, the local Peruvian restaurant I wrote about last summer.
Today someone came to the blog via a search for “Jonathan Richman was a Mormon.” Awesome.