What Are Your Favorite Freakonomics.com Blog Posts of All Time?

We are starting to put together an anthology of posts from this blog, which we began in 2005, just before the publication of Freakonomics. It is a lot of fun going through the archives -- more than 8,000 posts! -- but also a bit overwhelming.

Are you willing to help? Whether you are a longtime reader or a new one, please tell us (in the comments section below) any blog posts that you think should be included (or that shouldn't be). Maybe it was a post you loved ... or hated ... or something that changed the way you think ... or gave you a good idea. Maybe it was simply something that was memorable for reasons you don't understand.

Don't feel that you need to troll through the archives as I'm doing, although you are certainly welcome to!

Many thanks.

Our Blog Looks Different Today

Two months ago, we migrated this blog away from nytimes.com, where it had lived for three-plus years. The migration was generally a success, but not totally. There were some early technical difficulties (servers issues, caching issues, and other things you don't care about), but those were fixed relatively quickly. The bigger problem was that we weren't crazy about our redesign -- and, you, dear readers, were even less crazy about it than we were. It was too grid-dependent, photo-dependent, not readable enough, etc. So we've spent the past several weeks re-doing our re-do, and you can see the result as of today.