Saturday, July 08, 2006

Technorati: Top 34 blogs


Here are the first 34 of the Top 100 blogs by number of unique links, during the past 6 months, according to Technorati.

This list is a snapshot of the upper crust of the blogospheric fudge. The upper regions of the digital effluvium.

When you look at this list, what does it tell you about the blogosphere, bloggers, and the people who read blogs? What does this list tell you about succeeding as a blogger?

People often tend to think of the blogosphere as trivial, confessional, sexual, predatory, or full of political crazies...just ranting and raving. Does this list (especially the full list of 100 at Technorati) support or contradict such allegations?

Does the blogosphere, based on this view of it, seem to be a venue where you would want to promote your company, expertise, or products?

NOTE: Also see Top YouTube Videos, and Top News Items lists. (With simple, guessable, memorizable URLs.)

The "???????" refers to words in a language that your browser has no characters for, like Chinese.

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    PostSecret

    PostSecret is an ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a homemade postcard.

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    Blog di Beppe Grillo

    Grillo's gags have tackled financial scandals and political corruption

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    Think Progress

    Breaking news, research and analysis.

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    Scobleizer Tech Geek Blogger

    Microsoft Geek Blogger, writes about the technology industry.

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    A List Apart: A List Apart

    A List Apart, For People Who Make Websites, is one of the longest running, most trusted, and most influential independent user experience and web design magazines.

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    Topix.net Weblog

    Topix.net weblog.

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    Seth's Blog

    Seth Godin's riffs on marketing, respect, and the ways ideas spread.

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