A Blog Around The Clock

Technorati treats each of SEED blogs as anindividual entity but also the whole scienceblogs.com site as a single blog. Over the past week or so, the SB gradually moved up from #51 to #32 on the Top 100 Most Popular Blogs list. More you link to each one of us, or the site as a whole, higher up we’ll get. Do you think we can overtake at least Michelle Malkin? At least we write empirically correct blogposts….

Comments

  1. #1 Jake Young
    July 21, 2006

    I don’t care how well we do as long as we beat “Cute Overload” which is at present ranked 31st.

  2. #2 coturnix
    July 21, 2006

    Oh, at least that!

  3. #3 Left_Wing_Fox
    July 21, 2006

    At least we write empirically correct blogposts….

    And there are lots of other problems with it too. ;)

  4. #4 Orac
    July 21, 2006

    Hey, I like Cute Overload!

    As for “empirically correct” blogposts, uh, even I wouldn’t claim that we SB’ers always do that. There have been a few times (one this just week) that I’ve been seriously tempted to administer a fisking to a fellow SB’er. No, I didn’t restrain myself out of some misguided sense of fraternity, but simply because it wasn’t interesting enough to motivate me to do it.

    I did sort of do a fisking when I fisked a representation of Linus Pauling as unfairly vilified for his promotion of vitamin C as a cure for cancer and all sorts of other diseases, but it was Lee Billing on Stochastic (now Page 3.14), and so I’m not sure if that counts as “fisking a fellow SB’er” or not, given that he works for SEED. ;-)

  5. #5 John McKay
    July 21, 2006

    I can take some ofthe credit for that. I no longer have individual science bloggers bookmarked on my machines. I have the Science Blogs front page marked and go to it a couple times a day to scroll through the recent posts. I’m also reading more science bloggers now.

  6. #6 coturnix
    July 21, 2006

    From what I understand the way the system works, it does not matter if you link to the SB homepage, the Last-24-Hours page or to any of the individual blogs or even posts – Technorati kicks in both for the individual blog and for the site as a whole. Just you wait until every single SB blog gets registered with Technorati – we’ll challenge BoingBoing!