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Sunday, July 1, 2007

Blogging: Lag Behind At Your Own Peril

Calabi-Yau Manifold in String Theory. Photo Credit

I said I’d post about blogging every so often (as opposed to self-transformation), and today I wanted to give you a post I found on Dustin Walper’s blog in which he describes 20 Blogs That Will Change Your Life.

The reason I find this worth mentioning here is because of the absolute jungle out there of blogs and blogs and more blogs. Dustin mentions some figures in his post: Technorati, the most authoritative index of blogs and blogging-related content, boasts that it is “currently tracking 86.8 million blogs and over 250 million pieces of tagged social media”.

Those are staggering numbers. I haven’t yet quite figured out how to find which of these are the most visited…so I take clues from people like Dustin and his article. I’ve checked out several of his list of 20. You may be amazed.

Take a look. The world is changing quickly. Not keeping up may be dangerous to your well-being…


  1. Hi Gabriella,

    Thanks for the mention! I was a little bit amazed myself at the sheer scale of information available to us online. Sometimes it can be a little intimidating when you realize that you barely enter the top 1 million blogs on the internet.

    1 million! And yet that's still the top 95th percentile and growing daily.

    How can we possible follow it all?

  2. Hi Dustin,

    My pleasure!

    It's thanks to people like you that I am beginning to find my way around this mysterious world of blogging that I have embarked on!

    (And I thought my website was food for cyberspace thought...)