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Most clicked-on stories sometimes hard to figure

December 16, 2008 |  5:37 pm

How much significance can we really read into the most clicked-on latimes.com stories in 2008? Hard to say, but it's interesting fun. Do we love David Foster Wallace more than, say, George Putnam? Sarah Palin fashion over Michelle Obama fashion? Here are a few categories to consider:

Obituaries:

1. Writer David Foster Wallace found dead
2. Actor Paul Newman dies at 83
3. George Putnam, longtime L.A. newsman, dies at 94

4. Dave Freeman, 47, co-wrote '100 Things to Do Before You Die'
5. Sydney Pollack, 73; Oscar-winning director and producer

Fashion:

1. Sarah Palin's style: the issue at hand
2. Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom
3. Model Gerren Taylor's short but stunning fashion career seen in 'America the Beautiful'
4. Hypercolor is hot again
5. Michelle Obama's real-world style

Check out our complete list here. Can you guess the No. 1 story in our Health section? "Science of the orgasm."

— Shelby Grad

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