What if much that you think you know about agriculture, farming and food isn't actually true? What if there are "myths" that have been intentionally and mostly unintentionally spread about these issues? What if the truth about these issues matters for the future of humanity? That is what this blog is about. I also recorded several podcasts at POPAgriculture https://www.popagriculture.com/
Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Applied Mythology Reaches Quarter Million All Time Page Views
I began blogging about food and agricultural issues 5 years ago in July, 2009. Beginning on the Sustainablog site, I moved to Eat Drink Better and Red Green And Blue. In 2010, I began to concentrate on my own blog site, Applied Mythology. Yesterday, July 14, 2014, the site had over 250,000 page views. This is 14 months after passing the 100,000 level in May of 2013. While this is not setting any internet records, I'm encouraged to have about 11,000 views/month.
I'd like to thank all the people who have helped along the way. First and foremost I'd like to thank my wife, Pam, for her patience, encouragement, and editorial help. A special thanks to Alex Berezow of RealClearScience who makes frequent links to my posts. Thanks to Hank Campbell who runs the Science 2.0 site where I simultaneously post most of the AM content (>224,000 views there since 8/12). I'd also like to thank Randy Oliver of Scientific Bee Keeping whose site sends me lots of traffic as well.
Thanks also to many other friends and allies for your re-posts, tweets, mentions on Facebook, links ideas etc, including but certainly not limited to all of these great resources on ag/food/technology topics:
Genetic Literacy Project
OSU Outreach in Biotechnology
Food and Farm Radio
What Farming Is.com
The Farmer's Daughter USA
Weed Control Freaks
The Perishable Pundit
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