Vox Academia has been live for almost six months now. We want to thank all the contributors and readers who have made it a rising success. 29 contributors have registered so far and many of them do post chronicles on a regular basis.
Since the 2007 Cannes Festival is currently taking place, we have decided that we too can attribute "palms" :-)
As a matter of fact, we have decided to grant two sets of palms: a static one and a dynamic one.
The static "palm" ranking is based on the number of visits since the inception of Vox Academia. This ranking is of course only a partial picture as the old chronicles have, other things being equal, more chance to be in the ranking that brand new ones.
That's why we come up with the dynamic "palm" ranking. In a nutshell, this ranking is based on the observed trend of current consultations. It means that if the trend we observe now stays the same, this is the ranking we may reasonably expect in the near future.
So much for comments! Let's turn to the results.
VOX Academia / Cyberlibris Hall of Fame:
The SP (static palm) Ranking:
- The Golden Palm goes to Olivier Germain for his chronicle: "M6: Une Petite Histoire de (la) Stratégie".
- The Silver Palm goes to Didier Joos de ter Beerst for his chronicle"Réseaux et Guildes au Moyen-Age: Le Renvoi d'Ascenceur"
- The Bronze Palm goes to Marianne Hauchecorne for her chronicle "La Symbolique des Couleurs Côté Web"
The DP (dynamic palm) Ranking:
- The Golden Palm goes to Didier Joos de ter Beerst for his chronicle "Réseaux et Guildes au Moyen-Age: Le Renvoi d'Ascenceur"
- The Silver Palm goes to Aïda N'Diaye for her chronicle "Travailler Moins Pour Gagner Plus?: Qu'est-ce qu'une Méritocratie?"
- The Bronze Palm goes to Bernard Paranque for his chronicle "Valeur Travail - Valeur du Travail"
Congratulations to all of them! Congratulations to all of you and pass on the good word: Academic conversations are not boring! They are fun and informative.
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