Greatest Hits – Fall 2012

Well here we are at the half way point in the semester and it’s time to take stock of what we’ve accomplished in the seven weeks we’ve been together. Our class went from one where only a few individuals were well versed in online communication to a cohort of experienced bloggers.

Since it seems unlikely that anyone (aside from myself) has read them all I thought I’d take a moment to bring to your attention some of the best posts from Of Foxes and Hedgehogs. The most popular posts are the ones that were viewed the most, the most comments honor goes to the posts that had the most extended conversations in the comments section, and the editor’s choice posts are some of my personal favorites.

So, without further ado, here are your new greatest hits.

Most popular
1. Will men ever stop cheating?
2. Salads should be pink, burgers should be blue
3. Gender Roles? Sexist? Or how we’re raised?
4. Can we both wear skinny jeans??
5. Anime and the treatment of women

Most comments
1. Can we both wear skinny jeans??
2. Hair has no gender?
3. Will men ever stop cheating?
4. NFL – Just for men?
5. Is pink the new blue?

Editors choice (in no particular order)
What are you? Short answer: Alien
Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee
These are a few of my favorite [kids]
Bachelor vs. bachelorette parties

Congratulations to everyone for putting it all on the line, online, for our class blog. And a big round of applause to the authors of our most outstanding posts.

Now, let’s see what you can do in the second half of the semester.

About Matt Thompson

Matt Thompson is a project cataloger at The Mariners' Museum library. He has a Ph.D. in anthropology from the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill and was formerly a professor at ODU. You can find him on Twitter @m4ttTh0mps0n.
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