Thursday, October 25, 2007

Math And Blogs

Maybe this blog will rank up there next year.

A recent Carnegie Mellon study used higher mathematics to answer the question: if you want to be informed about what the entire blogosphere is talking about, but you can only read 100 blogs (out of the millions available), which blogs should you read?

6 comments:

Sandy said...

I thought the same thing when I saw this list at Why Homeschool! Between their blog and yours, I feel pretty informed :-). I used to read Michelle Malkin but TMI- way too much material to wade through. You do a great job providing interesting commentary without overwhelming your readers.

Darren said...

Thank you! And heck, I wasn't even fishing for a compliment here.

Ellen K said...

If I could get paid for it, I would read blogs and write comments all day. I just can't seem to find anyone willing to pay me for the honor...Darn.

Darren said...

I'd owe you beaucoup dinero here!

Nancy said...

Since this is semi-related, I chose this particular entry for my comment. (I couldn't find your email address)

I work for a company that syndicates blogs - some of our larger subscribers, where our feeds appear, are LexisNexis, EBSCO, and Thomson Financial. Your blog was recommended by another blogger that I signed a few weeks ago. If you'd like more information, send me an email and I'll send you a detailed email with info about royalties, terms, other blogs we've signed, etc.

Thanks,

Nancy
nrossATnewstexDOTcom

Anonymous said...

this is confusing, i dont understand it exactly