October 23, 2003

Subvert the Dominant Internet Link Hierarchy! II

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, we continue to link to good but lesser-known weblogs. I therefore recommend to your attention:

Cancer Blog

India Economy Watch

Cogito, Ergo Sumana

Posted by DeLong at October 23, 2003 05:58 PM | TrackBack

Comments

The cowardice and cronyism of the federal judiciary blends in nicely with the arrogance and incompetence of the administration. Thank God that Congress is here to save us.

Posted by: Dick Durata on October 23, 2003 07:54 PM

The cowardice and cronyism of the federal judiciary blends in nicely with the arrogance and incompetence of the administration. Thank God that Congress is here to save us.

Posted by: Dick Durata on October 23, 2003 08:00 PM

I apologize for the out of context and duplicated comments above that belonged in the previous post.
On must learn the virtue of patience to post correctly to Prof. DeLong's website.

Posted by: DIck Dur on October 23, 2003 08:49 PM

Great idea. Unique blogs.

After reading the original posts, I hope I'm not going to be tested on the formulas.

Oh, I also thought that Dick's comments above were a misdirected response to Scalia's latest rant at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, but then I realized he meant them for the thread on Guantanamo.

Posted by: Rodger on October 23, 2003 08:55 PM

Great idea. Unique blogs.

After reading the original posts, I hope I'm not going to be tested on the formulas.

Oh, I also thought that Dick's comments above were a misdirected response to Scalia's latest rant at the Intercollegiate Studies Institute, but then I realized he meant them for the thread on Guantanamo.

Posted by: Rodger on October 23, 2003 09:00 PM

If this meme is to propagate it needs to have a short and pithy name, S.T.D.I.L.H. is on the unwieldy (and unmemorable) side.

i do not have a suggestion but perhaps your readership could come up with something.

Posted by: A. Reader on October 26, 2003 06:11 PM
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