In which we should maybe do some thinking about what we are spending our time on

 

So after AnnaBank sent me the list of her favorite albums, and her favorite TV shows, we talked about how we didn’t have lists of favorite books, because books? Does anyone read books when there is so much internet? And AnnaBank stayed up late one night thinking and I received an email the next day entitled “this is an actual thing that i made, oh god,” the contents of which I reproduce, here, (stock photos added by me):
Top 10 Blog Posts 2010 

1) Sady Doyle, It’s Fight Time
http://www.theawl.com/2010/05/its-fight-time

2) Pitchfork Reviews Reviews, what it might mean when you are hearing music as BAD and a defense of Rebirth
http://www.pitchforkreviewsreviews.com/post/673925866/what-it-might-mean-when-you-are-hearing-music-as-bad

3) William Saletan, Pelosi’s Triumph
http://www.slate.com/id/2273708/

6) Mary HK Choi, All Dudes Learned How to Dress and It Sucks
http://thehairpin.com/2010/10/all-dudes-learned-how-to-dress-and-it-sucks/ 

7) Matt Ealer, No I Didn’t Mean It Like That This Is Why I Don’t Care About Your Band
http://www.theawl.com/2010/02/no-i-didnt-mean-that-at-all-this-is-why-i-dont-care-about-your-band

 

8) David Plotz, Dan Brown’s Washington
http://www.slate.com/id/2228587/

8) Gabe Delahaye, The Videogum Movie Club: The Social Network
http://videogum.com/231041/the-videogum-movie-club-the-social-network/franchises/the-videogum-movie-club/

10) Casual Hoya, Twitter Makes Me a Psychotic Georgetown Fan
http://www.casualhoya.com/2010/10/29/1780951/twitter-makes-me-a-psychotic-georgetown-fan

 

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