September 15, 2002
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ecosystem stats for Semi-Daily Journal / Brad DeLong

For info on what this is all about, check out second p0st, especially the bits about blogging ecosystems (here's the original from TTLB). Member of the Weblog Metadata Initiative.

name: Semi-Daily Journal / Brad DeLong

url: http://www.j-bradford-delong.net/movable_type

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Pinwiz.net Blog (s c)
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MetaFilter (s c)
Silent in the Morning (s c)
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Megan McArdle (s c)
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Armed Liberal (s c)
Dr. Manhattan (s c)
Howard Bashman (s c)
Matt Welch (s c)
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Here's an apparent flaw in the system. It only measures links in both directions, theoretically. But it doesn't catch, for you, my link to you, although it does catch your link to me. Whether this is because you link to me (as several other people do) as "Gary Farber" while the name of my blog is "Amygdala," or for some other reason, I have no idea. But there it is.

Posted by: Gary Farber on September 16, 2002 03:22 AM

Is blogging going to change the world or what? Anyway, having some time on my hands, I went through the forward links, and suggest the following sample:

(1) "We've got Googlewhacking, Googlebombing and now we can add Googlecooking to our lexicon. My mother types whatever ingredients she has on hand into Google and then picks the most appealing recipe returned in the results. What a good idea!" (www.megnut.com)
(2) Memorial web page of a suicide bomber: www.shiri.us/eng-main.html (courtesy www.tedbarlow.blogspot.com)
(3) The three med students falsely stopped in Florida for terrorism could get thrown out of their hospital training program. see http://tedbarlow.blogspot.com
(4) "So Do We Want International Cooperation?" (www.nathannewman.org/log/)

Posted by: Andrew Boucher on September 16, 2002 03:42 AM

Soory! That should be "suicide bomber victim" in (2).

Posted by: Andrew Boucher on September 16, 2002 03:43 AM

I predict in the future that everyone will have 15 links of fame.

(Apologies to Andy Warhol. Hi Gary!)

Posted by: Dave Romm on September 17, 2002 12:29 PM

I predict that in the future it will be 16 links of fame

Posted by: zip code database on November 25, 2002 10:44 AM

I said it will be 17 links of fame

Posted by: free zip code on March 15, 2003 01:36 AM

I said it will be 17 links of fame

Posted by: free zip code on March 15, 2003 01:38 AM

I said it will be 17 links of fame

Posted by: free zip code on March 15, 2003 01:38 AM
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