Senselogi©’s 2013 in Review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog…

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Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 68,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

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2013 in blogging

Annual Report

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Crunchy numbers

Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert.  This blog was viewed about 68,000 times in 2013. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would take about 3 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.

In 2013, there were 70 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 413 posts. There were 54 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 27 MB. That’s about a picture per week.

The busiest day of the year was June 20th with 12,071 views. The most popular post that day was Alain Badiou on the Uprising in Turkey and Beyond.

 
Direnişi Düşünmek: Taksim Gezi Olayları ve Ötesi ~ Alain Badiou, Işık Ergüden, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacob Rogozinski, Bernard Stiegler, Ahmet Soysal, Slavoj Zizek ve Dahası
Direnişi Düşünmek: Taksim Gezi Olayları ve Ötesi ~ Alain Badiou, Işık Ergüden, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacob Rogozinski, Bernard Stiegler, Ahmet Soysal, Slavoj Zizek ve Dahası
 
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (1/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (1/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (2/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (2/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (3/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (3/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (4/4)
Kendi Hayâllerinin Kurbanları Olarak Slavoj Zizek’in Film Karakterleri (4/4)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (1/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (1/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (2/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (2/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (3/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (3/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (4/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (4/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (5/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (5/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (6/6)
Televizyon, Kapitalizm ve Panopticon (6/6)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (1/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (1/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (2/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (2/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (3/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (3/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (4/4)
Artaud, Deleuze and The Will to Nothingness (4/4)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (1/3)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (1/3)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (2/3)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (2/3)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (3/3)
Kant-Hegel-Deleuze-Zizek Dörtgeni İçinden Çıkarak Doğanın Sonsuzluğunun İçkin Olduğu Aşkınsal Bir Anlam Dünyası Yaratan Transendental Materyalizm’in Ölümsüz Öznesi Schelling (3/3)
Melancholia and the Cartesian Subject
Melancholia and the Cartesian Subject
Bataille and the Surrealists: Is Pineal Eye an Organ Without a Body?
Bataille and the Surrealists: Is Pineal Eye an Organ Without a Body?
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (1/3)
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (1/3)
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (2/3)
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (2/3)
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (3/3)
Trauma and the Immanence of Eternity (3/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (1/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (1/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (2/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (2/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (3/3)
What is called Loving? Where does Love come from? (3/3)
Epictetus: Affirmation as Negation (1/2)
Epictetus: Affirmation as Negation (1/2)
Epictetus: Affirmation as Negation (2/2)
Epictetus: Affirmation as Negation (2/2)

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Attractions in 2013

These are the posts that got the most views in 2013. You can see all of the year’s most-viewed posts in your Site Stats.

Some of your most popular posts were written before 2013.  Your writing has staying power!  Consider writing about those topics again.

How did they find you?

That’s 151 countries in all! Most visitors came from Turkey. The United States & The United Kingdom were not far behind.

Who were they?

Your most commented on post in 2013 was Alain Badiou on the Uprising in Turkey and Beyond

These were your 5 most active commenters:

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