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Web 2.0 This Week (September 18-24)

PubSub (profile) has been experimenting with blog stats recently (see their pubstats page). Zachary Rodgers reported earlier today that PubSub has released it’s newest stats tool – a list of the top 1,000 most influential blogs.

The PubSub LinkRanks 1000 is a list of the most consistently influential sites that publish feeds, based on their average LinkRank scores over the past 30 days. To create this list, we’ve averaged the daily LinkRanks of over 16 million sources. We’ve also included a 15-day average as well as each site’s current LinkRank as additional points of comparison.

PubSub also says “LinkRanks is PubSub’s method of measuring the strength, persistence, and vitality of links appearing in over 16 million sources that PubSub monitors.”

Robert Scoble says “Ahh, more fun with blog search ahead!

The lists includes 15 and 30 day trailing data for each blog, current rank and percentile and a link to site stats (example – techcrunch).

  • The Internet and the Capture of Radovan Karadzic

    […] Karadžić was recently arrested, having fled war crimes charges for over a decade.  TechCrunchIT speculates on the role of the internet in his capture. It seems he has a website selling alternative medicine and has a Gmail […]

  • Konstantin

    I’ve googled and found his personal website here:

  • jeff nolan

    What is interesting about Karadžić is that there are many pundits who heap criticism on the Bush administration for not capturing bin Laden 7 years after 9/11 (criticism btw that should also go to former President Clinton for not getting him after the USS Cole and African embassy bombings). Here is an example of a notorious accused war criminal, accused of monstrous crimes against humanity, hiding in plain sight in Europe’s backyard for 12 years. While the world may be flat, it is indeed still very large and with the aid of a local population, whether it be explicit or simply through not caring, a criminal like Karadžić or bin Laden can easily evade capture even when the rest of the world is looking for them.

  • Farhan Memon

    From looking at NetSol Whois it seems that was registered in May of this year (2008). The personal site was registered it seems in 2005. I’m wondering whether someone will be speaking with the webmasters that helped him set up his web sites.

  • Alex Duvnjak

    it was his eyebrows!! he didn’t pluck them! silly boy!

  • Nik Cubrilovic

    Nice find Konstantin

  • DanielR

    I believe those website were put on by the Serbian secret service in order to provide a little dramatic narrative to the whole story.

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