Just discovered a list of “Biblioblogs” — maybe I’m the last to know.
Bit of a lark, given I’m listed with the same ideological leaning as Mark Goodacre (hoo boy!) and my top most post is a an old newsbyte about (and with a horrid pic) Venus of Willendorf!
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You’re actually on the alphabetical version of the list.
And #25 for December 2009: http://biblioblogtop50.wordpress.com/2009/12/
Reminds me of Lies, Damned Lies and Statistics — given my most popular post is an old news byte about Venus of Willendorf, and that my December stats were skewed by a bored internet publc on xmas day reading my easter post about an empty tomb.
Wow. All of the sudden the biblioblogtop50 is no longer for public consumption. When I click the link I get “This blog is protected, to view it you must log in.” Why????? Its so not fair.
N.T. Wrong runs a tight ship. No worries. I don’t know how the stats work or how meaningful they are.
Here is the source, of course !
More important than the rankings — which is easy to do on Alexa.