Least Popular Posts of 2015

Statistically speaking, you probably haven’t read the Uncivilized Animals posts listed below…they are the least popular posts of 2015!  Take a look to see what you might have missed:

  • Coping with Monday / January 25, 2015
    There are times when the mere specter of Monday can cast a shadow over the whole weekend.
  • Finding Magic in the World / May 14, 2015
    Serious-minded people — rational adults — do not believe in magic… or so we are led to believe.
  • Lovebirds into Drones / June 28, 2015
    That humans need to humble themselves enough to learn from other animals has been a point that has been repeatedly made on this blog but experimenting on captive lovebirds so as to design better drones isn’t really what I had in mind.
  • Cybernetic Revolutionaries / July 18, 2015
    Capitalism and socialism are essentially two different strategies both seeking to make mass society possible. There is nothing radical about simply picking one side over the other; rejecting capitalism only to embrace socialism.
  • Internet Holdouts / August 18, 2015
    Not everyone in the United States is on the internet. In fact, recently released numbers from the Pew Research Center indicate that a full 15 percent of Americans do not use the internet.

Note that the determination that these were the “least popular posts” was based solely on the number page views here at Uncivilized Animals. This is less than the whole picture given that “Finding Magic” was originally published at the Dark Mountain Project and “Cybernetic Revolutionaries” was originally published in Fifth Estate; meaning that these pieces were likely more widely read that page views here at the blog would suggest.


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