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Top Viewed Posts of 2007, #26-50


A fake bomb at the ROM, the rise of Facebook, the decline of Citytv, the insanity of the Toronto real estate market. There were a lot of stories that made headlines this year in our city. And thanks to our fabulous and free Google Analytics web tracking tool we're able to track the ones that resonated the most.

Today and tomorrow we'll be running down the Top 50 Most Viewed posts of 2007. Today, numbers 26 through 50.

50. College & Spadina Computer Stores: The Real Deal

49. TTC to riders: it's your fault

48. Canadian Mobile Phone Companies Violate their Customers

47. Start of the Malaise at Citytv?

46. iPod Touch-es Down in Canada, But Don't Get Your Hopes Up

45. Aroma Espresso Bar

44. Zero PING Courts the Grrl Gamer with Lanapalooza 3

43. Toronto the Very, Very Good: Public Sex in the City

42. In Photos: Slaughterhouse Fire Aftermath

41. Your Rights as a Photographer in Toronto

40. Toronto's 24-Hour Grocery Stores

39. Liveblogging Nuit Blanche

38. New Graphics for the Boys in Blue

37. Queen West's Ten Spot: Toronto's new It Spot

36. Toronto Through the Eyes of Amber MacArthur

35. 500,000+ Torontonians Addicted to Crack

34. A How-To Guide to Swimming Toronto's Beaches

33. Dundas Square, Meet Toronto Life Square

32. Club Wicked Screws Former Employees

31. Come Stuff the World's Biggest Stocking

30. Janefinch.com Interviews Jordan Manners' Cousin

29. Do you Believe in the Insanity of the Toronto Real Estate Market?

28. Did Toronto Nightclub Bouncers Cross the Line?

27. Jeffree Star Covers Up

26. CN Tower Illuminated - Toronto, Meet Your New Skyline!

Check back tomorrow for #1 through 25.


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