The top ten Clu-blogs of 2008

So that was 2008. Roll on 2009.

I thought some of you might be interested in what the most popular blog entries on the Clu-blog were during 2008.

(Caveat: The blog wasn’t running for the whole of the year and stats weren’t collected for all of the time it was live to the public, so this may well be nonsense. But hey, it’s interesting nonsense. It will be better next year, I promise.)

So without further ado, lets kick off proceedings in true beauty contestant style in reverse order, starting with positions 10 to 6…

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