It’s hard to believe that it has been exactly one year since I embarked on this nerdy venture! I didn’t think it would go beyond my friends and family but the blog now has fans all over the world. I’m more than a bit flabbergasted by the whole thing. Hopefully it continues to grow because I’m having way too much fun to stop now!
In honor of Hot Nerd Girl’s one year anniversary, I thought it would be fun to look back at some of the all star blogs from the past year.
The 10 Hottest Babes of Sci-Fi post I wrote back on December 7, 2010 has consistently been the top rated post. This doesn’t surprise me one bit. Hot chicks are pretty much universally loved by all and I’m convinced that the world would be a much more peaceful place if it was run by beautiful women. Unless men started fighting over them….then maybe not so much. Ok, maybe scrap that whole theory. The point is, hot girls with geek cred rule.
MOST SEARCHED ON GOOGLE
The Facepalm Progression was little more than a quick joke meant only for the facebook page when I first introduced it this past February. My Mom didn’t get it so I added the very well-known Picard “facepalm” and “double facepalm” pictures and put the full progression on the blog. It got some chuckles and then one day it exploded in Google land and is now the top source of internet traffic to the blog. Whudda thunk??
MOST POPULAR MOVIE REVIEW
There are a few different ways I could have gauged this but ultimately I went with the one that got the most attention when I posted it in May. It got quite a few comments both on facebook and on the blog and was shared on several other websites. It also happened to be my favorite movie of the year thus far and the one I probably geeked out about the most. It was, of course, my favorite horny dude, Thor. Ye Gods I heart him so much.
My birthday last February 2nd was full of win! I got all kinds of Star Trek-related goodies but one in particular came as a complete and total shock. One of my earliest posts was written on September 8, 2010 and recounted the time I met Manu Intiraymi at a Star Trek Convention in San Francisco in 2002. Well, Manu found that blog. On my birthday. Seriously. Best. Birthday. Present. Ever. We corresponded via email and agreed I’d get a follow up interview which I have yet to take him up on (gotta get on that!)
The photo shoots are always a hit. I’ve done a lot of mini shoots for various posts with the outtakes ending up on facebook. The three big shoots were Halloween (TOS uniform), Slave Leia, and Lucky 13 (aka Superman undies). I tallied up the votes for the next photo shoot and Xena was the clear winner. I’ve received all the donations for the costume but my move to San Diego put the shoot on hold for a bit. Once I’m (finally!) all settled in, I’ll get that all set up so look for those pictures in the next couple of months!