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12/20/2010

Americans love what we do embed

by Jeremy Hooper

Some fun End-of-Year recognition for this site:

Document-sharing site Scribd has compiled its own year-end list for 2010, ranking its user-uploaded docs by the number of times they were shared, commented on, liked, starred and embedded.

In the No. 1 spot was the California District Court ruling on gay marriage voter initiative Proposition 8. Uploaded by GoodAsYou.org shortly after it came out in August, the document was Scribd’s most viral ever.

Top Docs on Scribd in 2010: Prop 8, P ≠ NP, GOP Pledge [NetworkEffect]

Not that we really did anything beyond receiving a private email copy of the decision and then hitting "upload" on Scribd. But still kind of fun, not only on a personal site level, but also on a larger LGBT one.

Onward to <object>Supreme Court Victory</object>!

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*SEE ALSO: A graphical representation that Scribd put together:

Prop-8-Viral-Timeline-1

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