The xmas vanity blog post

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Mindy McAdams has a [*“vanity post, pure and simple”*](http://mindymcadams.com/tojou/2007/the-top-journalism-blogs-in-english/#comment-6176) about a kind of top rss/news/bloggers meme that [Adrian](http://adrianmonck.blogspot.com/2007/11/britains-top-ten-journo-bloggers.html), [Martin](http://www.currybet.net/cbet_blog/2007/11/top_100_british_newspaper_feeds_in_google_reader.php) and [Paul](http://onlinejournalismblog.com/2007/12/10/are-these-the-ten-most-popular-journalism-bloggers-in-america/) have been kicking around.

She picks up on a listing by Journalism Daily:

This list changes every day. The site uses an algorithm called Social Rank to calculate “the hottest stories and bloggers every day” in a variety of categories (which are listed at the Social Rank site).

And, here is the vanity part for me, I’m on the list!

Here is today’s

Socialrank

 

Excuse me while I bask in the false glow of temporary statistics 🙂

Barriers to convergence

[Tweet](https://twitter.com/share)*This post is my contribution to the inaugural [Carnival of Journalism](http://www.scribblesheet.co.uk/blog/2007/12/13/1-carnival-of-journalism/...

links for 2007-12-14

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