Mama Nola by Andy Baker and the NOLA CORE crew came to Burning Man from New Orleans, with what appears to be a giant voodoo doll.
Man, you guys really like Burning Man: four of the top 10, most-viewed stories had something to do with the iconic music and cultural festival. And one of those four was actually from 2010!
The top story (we used page views to create this rather unscientific list) stemmed from the U.S. Surgeon General said West Coasters should take their iodide pills -- apparently reversing the White House's original directive. She later clarified that the pills were not necessary.
Coverage of Apple's legendary leader, Steve Jobs, its new headquarters and its highly successful product launches garnered much attention.
And public nudity and infant circumcision played a page-view role this year, as well.
So the top 25 shakes out like this, in case you'd like to reminisce over the way you apparently burned through Burning Man pictures and Steve Jobs coverage:
Next year? It's election year and the 75th birthday of the Golden Gate Bridge. The U.S. Open is in town and the America's Cup race construction will crank up. Another bore will lead us toward Walnut Creek, too. So ... we'll see.