Crabby library bloggers celebrate 3000 posts

Oh hai blog readers, we are happy to bring you post #3000 on the Christchurch City Libraries blog!

On 10 May 2011 we celebrated our 2000th blog post with 2001 a bloggy odyssey. Today we are a millennia on from that.

And in more statistical stuff, here are some of our figures from last year (courtesy of our buddies at WordPress). In 2012, there were 595 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 2,983 posts. The busiest day of the year was 17 February 2012. The most popular post that day was Librarians get crabby.
Most viewed posts in 2012
1.    Rescued from the rubble: Read the first 50 years of The Press on Papers Past
2.    Librarians get crabby
3.    Words for Christchurch: Atka Reid and Hana Schofield
4.    Peterborough’s the name of my latest flame – The Displaced Reader goes to town
5.    Sexy Avocados and Shocking Books

Thanks to our team of bloggers and readers and commenters. Love. Your. Work. Stay tuned.

6 thoughts on “Crabby library bloggers celebrate 3000 posts

  1. Absolutelyobvious 8 January 2013 / 11:11 am

    The best crew of bloggers ever! and, they don’t have to mispell words to get comments 🙂

    • Donna 8 January 2013 / 1:33 pm

      Much appreciated!

    • Helen O'Carroll (@mothersruleok) 8 January 2013 / 1:45 pm

      I agree totally. Out of all the booky blogs I’ve tried, this is the one that remains on my list. Inspirational people at Christchurch City Libraries.

      • Donna 8 January 2013 / 2:19 pm

        Thanks Helen, it’s great to hear that.

  2. linda blackwell 8 January 2013 / 2:18 pm

    I love you bloggers,you make life so much more interesting for me, so thanks a million,i must admit i did have a laugh at what people put in that return books slot. there was a book written in america about a cat called Dewey who got shoved in there when he was a tiny kitten and became a resident at that library.

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