[ Issue 36 ]

Language, literature, music, nature, the performing arts, hobbies, science and humour all deserve Emily Bronto's approval

Bikwil offers acclaim to language, literature, music, nature, the performing arts, hobbies, science and humour


In the Editorial to Issue 36 Tony Rogers announces the currently most popular piece at the Bikwil Web site (which everyone seems to have already suspected anyway).

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Admirably Deduced!
ó Tony Rogers


Many thanks to all readers who participated in our guessing competition. Most of you guessed our Web siteís most popular piece correctly, and I suppose thatís because you remembered my comments in the Editorial to Issue 30 (March 2002).

These were the choices you had:

Basque (Issue 13, May 1999)
Camp Creative (Issue 8, July 1998)
Enter an Archetypal Zealot (Issue 10, November 1998)
A Grace Note for George (Issue 11, January 1999)
12 Billiard Ball Puzzle (Issue 6, March 1998)
William Chester Minor (Issue 14, July 1999)
Zulu Love Letter (Issue 18, March 2000).

The correct answer, of course, was 12 Billiard Ball Puzzle.

Congratulations to the two subscribers (Peter and Michael) who were first in with the answer. A free year of Bikwil coming up for you both.

But wait! Something intriguing is happening. Lately the emphasis popularity-wise is shifting. I wonít let on what Bikwilís currently most visited piece is, because I might run another competition next year. (And anyway, it could change again.)

But the change is something Iím observing closely. Does it have anything to do with worldwide trends? Almost certainly not. Bikwil ainít trendy. Or is it?

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