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12-22-2010 @ 2:30PM
Cutaia is right -- in some ways these are more year-end wrap-ups than anything else, because I like to include standout news posts to help people put the month in context -- but this actually represents something like 9-15% of what we published. In some months you'll see in the series, it's much less, but the early portion of the year was a genuinely busy time for the site. Many of our writers felt that a significant portion of their most interesting work was done then.What you're saying actually did give me pause while I was putting these articles together, but I realized we had a lot more writers and content than we did last year. Naturally, the "Best of 2010" series was going to be larger than its predecessor.
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