HiLobrow’s All-Time Top 25 Posts
By: Joshua Glenn | Categories: Kudos, Most Visited

Yesterday, I posted several Top 25 Most Visited Posts and/or Pages lists. It was a long post, and I fear that the final list was buried. Here it is again!

The top 25 HiLobrow posts of all time

  1. Pop Arcana (#3: Cthulhu is Not Cute) — by Erik Davis
  2. Martha Graham — HiLo Hero item by Ingrid Schorr
  3. BP Logo Redesign — by Josh
  4. Pluperfect PDA Meme — by Josh
  5. Revivalist Generation (1974–83) — by Josh
  6. Pop Arcana (#4 — Damanhur) — by Erik Davis
  7. De Condimentis (#1 — Fish Sauce) — by Tom Nealon
  8. Syd Barrett — HiLo Hero item by Patrick Cates
  9. What Was the Hipster — by Josh
  10. Post-Romantic Generation (1825–33) — by Josh
  11. Reconstructionist Generation (1964–73) — by Josh
  12. Cee-Lo Green — HiLo Hero item by Jason Grote
  13. Mad Househusbands — by Josh
  14. Jackie Chan — HiLo Hero item by David Smay
  15. Discominimalism — by Josh (really: by Franklin Bruno)
  16. The Anarcho-Symbolist Generation (1864–73) — by Josh
  17. The Original Generation X (1954–63) — by Josh
  18. Ronnie Spector — HiLo Hero item by Mimi Lipson
  19. Cablegate Comix (#1) — by Joe Alterio
  20. Diana Rigg — HiLo Hero item by David Smay
  21. Social Darwikians Generation (1984–93) — by Josh
  22. Star Wars Semiotics — by Josh
  23. Tattooed Revivalists — by Josh
  24. Modernist Generation (1884–93) — by Josh
  25. Guy Fawkes Mask-ology — by Molly Sauter


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Joshua Glenn is a cultural and brand semiotician, and co-principal of the agency SEMIOVOX LLC. He is editor and publisher of HILOBROW and the Radium Age sci-fi paperback imprint HILOBOOKS. He is author of (with Mark Kingwell and the cartoonist Seth) THE IDLER'S GLOSSARY (2008) and THE WAGE SLAVE'S GLOSSARY (2011); and he is co-editor of the object-oriented story collections TAKING THINGS SERIOUSLY (2007) and SIGNIFICANT OBJECTS (2012). With Elizabeth Foy Larsen and Tony Leone, Josh produced the popular family activities guides UNBORED (2012), UNBORED GAMES (2014), and UNBORED ADVENTURE (2015), not to mention two UNBORED activity kits from MindWare. In the ’00s, Josh was an editor and columnist for the BOSTON GLOBE's IDEAS section; in the ’90s, he published the high-lowbrow zine/journal HERMENAUT. He was born and raised in Boston, where he lives with his wife and sons.