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Observer’s world’s 50 most powerful blogs…

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I am not sure what methodology the Observer line up uses to establish the ‘powerfulness’ of a blog but perhaps I shouldn’t scratch it given that Samizdata.net ranks 39 on their list of the world’s 50 most powerful blogs.

But I will given that our ‘blogfather’, Glenn Reynolds is missing from the list. And probably a lot of other blogs that I’d consider more influential.

To me it has always been about who reads your blog (and shares your ideas further), not how many that makes a difference. Of course, having an audience to start with helps. :)

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2 Responses to “Observer’s world’s 50 most powerful blogs…”


  1. david cushman
    on Mar 10th, 2008
    @ 17:18 pm

    I have similar thoughts – a preference for being famous for 15 people rather than 15 minutes, if you will.
    Blogged my bit here:
    http://fasterfuture.blogspot.com/2008/03/50-most-powerful-ways-to-provoke.html


  2. Jackie Danicki » The "world's 50 most powerful blogs"
    on Mar 10th, 2008
    @ 19:06 pm

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