BlogPulse has recently launched their 2005 Year in Review which highlights the top most blogged about events, people ( Harry Potter's at the top of the list ), news stories, movies, images and even wikipedia references. It's an interesting list to take a look at and gives you a pretty good idea of the scope of subjects that blogsphere is covering these days - everything from Britney Spears (Personally I hope this is the last year she makes the list) to the Ten Most Harmful Books of the 19th & 20th Centuries
Check it out the complete list here
Interesting. Out of curiousity, I clicked your link to the "Top 10 most harmful books of the 19th and 20th Centuries" and, though several books seemed appropriate, I felt as though I had a question mark hanging over my head about others. "The Feminine Mystique" made the list? And Keynes economic theory book "General Theory of Employment, Interest and Money"? And "Democracy and Education"?
Then I noticed that to the right, the site lists several other of its "Top Ten" lists, including:
- Top 10 Greatest Quips from Ronald Reagan
- Top 10 Things You Should Know About Ronald Reagan
- Top 10 Supreme Court Decisions That Should Be Reversed
- Top 10 Conservative Colleges
...and that's when I understood. Aha! I'm reading "The National Conservative Weekly".
Blogger Bill - Your comments may be just the reason it appears on the top ten most blogged about list. :)
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