Post 250: General Comments and Top 5
This is my 250th post, not too bad for 18 months of blogging with a 7 month enforced break in the middle.
I thought I’d mark the occasion by asking for any general comments for readers and recapping my “top 5” posts, as ranked by views.
I’m always unsure of quite where to pitch this blog – should be more technical? Less so? Would people like more politics? Less? Should I do more on finance and banking? More of international economics? Less long rambles on quantitative easing? More short posts and updates on the economy?
Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
And on to the top 5, as ranked by page views.
From March 2009, and day two of the blog, a longish post attacking the notion of a Sterling crisis.
From only two weeks – a recap on Ireland over the past two years and the warnings for he coalition.
A self-indulgently long post from August, on the economic plans of David Miliband.
Yet another long post, and yet another long one! This time of the US’s broken economic model.
From July last year, requested by Paul an answer to Tim Worstal on the (post) Keynesian view of savings and investment. It had an excellent debate in the comments.
Maybe, looking at these top five, there is indeed an appetite for longer, more thoughtful posts?