October 19, 2003

Subvert the Dominant Internet Link Hierarchy!

In order to guard against the danger that positive-feedback processes will lead web footprint to be determined not by quality but by celebrity, it is once again time to subvert the dominant internet link hierarchy. I therefore recommend to your attention:

The Decembrist.

Not Geniuses.

The Center for American Progress.

Discourse.net (Yes, you will be intimidated by the first post which talks about Uniform Commercial Code cartoons, but it will be good for you).

And finally:

Amygdala.

Posted by DeLong at October 19, 2003 09:38 PM | TrackBack

Comments

Question Authority!

Posted by: jerry on October 19, 2003 11:24 PM

Question skepticism!

Posted by: Daniel on October 20, 2003 05:00 AM

Question Google!

Posted by: David W. on October 20, 2003 06:28 AM

OK, so I tried reading the UCC cartoons linked from Discourse.net. They're funny, but...

...the whole thing is a cliff-hanger!! We don't know which stupid act is actually actionable! And what about Janet? :-(

Sorry, Brad, but I'm bitter about this. There has to be more to Monday morning than waiting for undergrad writing assignment to print. You told me UCC cartoons would fit the bill, but there weren't enough of them.

Posted by: Jonathan King on October 20, 2003 07:29 AM

A shameless plug:
American Footprint: Ruminations on America's outsized place in the world.

An advice to a new blogger is much appreciated.

Posted by: praktike on October 20, 2003 12:34 PM

oops.

link:
http://www.americanfootprint.com

Posted by: praktike on October 20, 2003 12:40 PM
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