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Wikipedia's Most-Viewed Articles in 2012 Were...

Posted December 28, 2012 9:11 AM

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What people searched for on the Web encyclopedia this past year was mostly to be expected -- like actors, musicians, and world events -- but there were a few oddball entries too. [Read more]

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Re: Wikipedia's Most-Viewed Articles in 2012 Were...

12/28/2012 10:24 AM

And 90% of the wiki searches were directed from CR4, 75% of those were directed to do so by Lyn..

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12/28/2012 6:59 PM

I had the third most viewed CR4 thread of 2011. The ranking thread is http://cr4.globalspec.com/blogentry/18716/Most-Popular-CR4-Threads-of-2011. I was trying to be cheap and fill in the joints in my concrete block wall to make it look better. I was amazed that trying to avoid paying for a professional stucco job was such a popular subject.

(Yes, I know that some of the hits were by people with something else on their mind.)

By the way, my nephew ended up doing a 100% coverage coat with high quality thinset and the walls look great.

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