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Sunday, June 10, 2007

June 10, 2007 -- Contents

SUNDAY JUNE 10 CONTENTS

(1) The Sunday Photos: Oborona Edition

(2) The Sunday Essay: Gary Shteyngart

(3) The Sunday Funnies: Ellustrator Edition

(4) The Missile System Red Herring: Whom do they think they are kidding?

(5) Kick the Russians Out!

(6) Comment Publication Guidelines


NOTE: FYI, if you are interested in browsing the contents of La Russophobe in chronological order by article title, all you have to do is go to the bottom of the sidebar and click the "contents" entry in the "Index to Recent Posts" area. Clicking here is the same as doing that, and will show you a list of all the post titles for the last month (click "older" at the bottom of that page to see older lists). You can click on any post title to pull up that item. With minimum scrolling, you can efficiently scan our back issues for items of interest.


NOTE: Yesterday, our page view counter from SiteMeter rolled over the 200,000 milestone. This means that since LR was born about a year ago, pages we've created have been viewed by readers 200,000 times. It doesn't mean 200,000 people have visited the blog, because each person can view more than one page per visit (by clicking one of our many links in the sidebar or in a post). To date, over 105,000 people have visited the blog (sometimes the same person more than once, of course).

Above is SiteMeter's graphic showing our visits and page views June on June (visits are in gold, with he bar extended in red to show the total number of page views made by those visitors -- last month, this number crested above 25,000 for the second time in our history). As we've previously said, the StatCounter service shows a significantly higher page view count than does SiteMeter, which means that the 200,000 milestone was actually reached some time ago and our current page view count is more like 230,000.

This is as much the achievement of you, the reader, as it is of the publisher and contributors. So congratulate yourself on a job well done!

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