Feedster, the blog search engine, has come up with its Top 500 Blogs, although it has drawn criticism already from those who believe it is the long tail that is important not the “A List”.
TIME Europe Magazine discusses the relationships between blogs and social networks and their future importance.
August 31st is Blog Day 2005.
TechBlog lists its top 10 blogs in the world.
Interesting perspective on the growth of blogging and its relation to things that are going on in the world.
The New York Times says the blogging phenonemon is not merely a technology issue, but a profoundly human thing, too.
timesunion.com reports that companies are starting to advertise for people to come and work for them as bloggers.
Micro Persuasion quotes a report that one in three Americans visited blogs in the first quarter of this year.
Hill & Knowlton, the PR giant, has announced an effort to get the firm blogging.
Between the Lines has an interesting discussion of fact-checking and its relationship to the debate about the difference between bloggers and journalists.