Here are two pieces of interesting data: one is a graph of visitors for every month of the blog's existence (I didn't do much blogging the first two years), and the other is a table of the Top 8 posts (compare with the Top 10 posts in last year's report).
Two things to note about the table. One, the length of time a post has been around does not correspond to the number of total readers (there are posts from 2009 with fewer than 15 visits). Likewise, some of the most visited posts are from earlier this year. Second, word length also does not correspond with the number of visits (something I was curious about). Perhaps novelty, timeliness, and being associated with an existing social network (e.g. CoE) are key. Or perhaps the Cynic's Rule of social media popularity plays a role. Check back on this in another year.