State of the Blogosphere

Three months have passed since David Sifry last published his State of the
report. The most recent update shows the same incredible growth as previously.

50 Million Blogs and Counting

The blogosphere has been doubling in size every 6 months or so


As of July 2006, about 175,000 new weblogs were created each day, which means that on average, there are more than 2 blogs created each second of each day.


Here’s a look at the daily posting volume in data that Technorati tracks:



State of the Blogosphere, August 2006

Category: Weblogs

Morgan Stanley

Category: Television

Truth vs. Truthiness

Category: Financial Press, Media, Psychology

New Column up at The (08/11/06)

Category: Federal Reserve, Financial Press, Investing, Markets

Economists Are Starting to Get a Clue

Category: Commodities, Economy, Employment, Real Estate

Made it to Vail!

Category: Weblogs

Some Interesting Employment Charts

Category: Employment

New Column up at Real Money (08/10/06)

Category: Data Analysis, Federal Reserve, Inflation, Investing, Markets, Psychology

Market Behavior after the Fed Finishes

Category: Federal Reserve, Markets, Technical Analysis

Monitor Lust

Category: Technology