Getting Farked

The Institute for Humanist Studies publishes an e-zine each week.  This past Saturday, the website Fark.com, which provides links to entertaining and important news stories on a continual basis, linked to an article from the e-zine.  That article discussed a study showing that religion was linked to bad behavior.  Strangely enough, the article was first published last November.

Still, the number of hits to the Humanist Network News website along with the article author’s website skyrocketed.  In the current IHS e-zine, a graph of hits to the website provided the whole story:

IHS Stats

This is too amusing.  The full story (told by the original article’s author, Martin Foreman) is here.

 

[tags]Humanist Network News, Institute for Humanist Studies, Martin Foreman, Fark.com, [/tags]

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