Posted by: Jon Fine on December 30, 2005
Most read story on the Seattle Times’ Web site this year, by a mile, was about unsavory and disastrous congress with a horse.
The punchline, though, is this weirdly serious column about it from E&P’s Greg Mitchell, in which he tries to make the point that Web readership on this somehow doesn’t count, because it was linked on Drudge and so many of the readers weren’t core readers of the paper.
I totally don’t buy it. Readers is readers. Like they say: if it walks like a horse, and it quacks like a horse …