Biggest Gainer: Engadget rose from #10 to #8 Biggest Faller: Quotes of the Day fell from #8 to #9 Top Ten Trends: Engadget climbs against Quotes of the Day and Joel on Software. This marks the seocnd straight month of Engadget's gains. Biggest Debut: #26 Zeldman.com
Biggest Gainer: Engadget rose from #15 to #10 Biggest Faller: The Register fell from #9 to #12 Top Ten Trends: CNET and The Register fell off being replaced by Joel on Software and Engadget. This marks the seocnd straight month of The Register's decline. Biggest Debut: #22 PC Magazine (New Products)
Some interesting things here. Sure two tech blogs surged passed two other tech blogs, but also of the four new entries only two are techies. Word of the Day and Slate are more for later adopters. Interesting, no?
Biggest Gainer: Quote of the Day rose from #9 to #8 Biggest Faller: BBC News (Technology) fell from #16 to #19 Top Ten Trends: Quote of the Day and the Register swapped places. Biggest Debut: #15 Engadget
Proof that blog aggregators are favored by early adopters: 1, 2, 5, 6, 8, 9, 11, 13, 14, 15 & 16.
That's over half the list! It remains to be seen if as the expansion of the internet increase and therefore blog aggregator use increases, what kinds of changes will happen to this list. Well, that's my sworn mission, until I get bored with it. (Also, do techies think Dilbert is that funny? I mean, it's good, but #4?)
For the first time EVER, I agree with #1 on a pop culture list. Although they did forget the obvious, like the climax of "A Day in the Life" and the opening of "Love Rollercoaster" but since I agree with #1, I'll let it stand.