inq7 10 most-read columns from june 18-24

06/28/06 at 9:50 am | Posted in, Tech | Leave a comment

I was happy to find out that my @Play column piece “Of iPod killers and song slayers” made it to the “INQ7 10 most-read columns from June 18-24.”

Yup, somehow my piece broke into the top 10 at number 10. I was pleasantly surprised when our editor in chief JV Rufino told me this prior to posting the list, and I guess now that the list is officially online this is for real heh 🙂 Thanks, JV.

Here’s the complete list:

LISTED below are the 10 most-read columns on for the week of Jun 18 to 24, 2006, based on server traffic statistics.

1. Good girl with bad habits? (Dollywood, June 21, 2006)

2. Why Ai-Ai, Sarah fail as dramatic actresses (Viewfinder, June 20, 2006)

3. Meryl wears the ‘fashionista’ devil well (Only in Hollywood, June 23, 2006)

4. Marine top honcho’s resignation worrisome (On Target, June 22, 2006)

5. Robin Williams: World’s funniest dad? (Only in Hollywood, June 18, 2006)

6. The kiss of death to Villar’s presidential ambition (High Ground, June 19, 2006)

7. Engaging mix of fun and good sense (Viewfinder, June 19, 2006)

8. Searching for ‘singgang’ and ending up in Singapore (Country Cooking, June 21, 2006)

9. Oscar Larios can’t be flat, easy corned beef (Bare Eye, June 21, 2006)

10. Of iPod killers and song slayers (@Play, June 19, 2006)

Thanks to all the people who love technology and read the stuff I write. Hope you’ll keep supporting @Play.


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