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* Didier PH Martin <martind@netfolder.com> [2005-08-11 08:33]:

> Alan said:
>     Currently, their is a fuss in the blogosphere about "A-List"
>     bloggers. They're saying that the "A-List" bloggers ought to
>     introduce newer bloggers to their readership. The latest
>     class of bloggers are finding that the early adopters are
>     entrenched. This is preceeding a revolution where ranking and
>     relevence are determined by individuals, not algorithms.
> Didier replies:

> Another good point; Yes indeed human are adaptive animals and they
> found the trick to be ranked well in Google. Anything based on
> social interaction is subject to social manipulations. The more we
> see social networks embedded into the web the more we will see
> people organizing themselves to manipulate it.

    At some point the blogosphere is going to find that it's spends
    so much time working on Google rankings, it's going to start to
    take control of the construction of relationships for itself.

    The recognition of the "A-List" preceeds the creation of a market. 

    There are going to be new protocols for the construction of
    edges in the network, that are richer than tags and URIs, and
    the meaning of the edges will not be entrusted to a ranking
    Rather, it will be negotiated by the nodes, the individuals, who
    will agree on a meaning of the link.

    I'd like to enhance exsiting blogging software so it can act as
    a node in a graph data structure, that can be accessed
    programatically, and see what new applications can be created.

Alan Gutierrez - alan@engrm.com
    - http://engrm.com/blogometer/index.html
    - http://engrm.com/blogometer/rss.2.0.xml


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