This has a double significance here in Australia… One, of course, is that it is a time to think of the sacrifice of those who died in war, and also of the folly of war. The other is that the last Australian government to be dismissed by the Queen’s Representative was Whitlam’s in 1975 on this day. I remember it well.
OK, now on to blogging…
You will have noticed, maybe, the new sub on the masthead. Sums up what this blog really is, a noble enough aim in my opinion. Anyway, it really is all I can offer. See reflections on this at Why do you blog? — Nov 18th, 2006.
Seven Days Stats
OK, the top ten only this time, excluding English/ESL.
|Rank||Post or page||Blog|
|1||Best site in Australia? (93 visits)||Oz Politics and Big Archive|
|2||The connection has timed out — Firefox (77)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|3||Bill Heffernan! (70)||Lines from a Floating LIfe|
|4||Two Australian poems of World War II (60)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|5||It seemed a good idea at the time… (51)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|6||Friday Australian poem #4: Judith Wright (49)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|7||Go to Journalspace… (41)||Oz Politics and Big Archive|
|8||Assimilation/Integration/Multiculturalism Part 1 (40)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|9||John Howard: bullying expert extraordinaire (38)||Lines from a Floating Life|
|10||The Bard, a Rabbit, and Ninglun (36)||Lines from a Floating Life|
And over on English/ESL:
Physical journeys and Peter Skrzynecki’s poems 360
Workshop 02 — NSW HSC: Area Study: Imaginative Journeys 256
Workshop 01 — a theme unit in four different test types 36