Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Top 50 Blogs: in humanity

I'm having a pretty random day. And so a random search for my blog brought me to discover this:

Apparently, SoapBox Shafinaaz makes some random list by NetworkedBlogs as number 19 on the Top 50 Blogs: in humanity.

I had no idea that such a thing existed. Nor was I notified.
But it's obviously some part of the Networks way of marketing readable blogs at various stages; making blogs known to the rest of the blogosphere, and to pretty much the rest of the virtual surfers out there... What I am curious about is the criteria involved in making this assessment. The social scientist in me wants to know :P

In related news, "Memoirs For Kimya", the blog-to-book, is having an inspired new year so far :D

I'm the one that's at a loss for words, for the most part.
Yes, stranger things do occur.

Peaceful thoughts to all...

S

6 comments:

Saaleha Bamjee-Mayet said...

It may well be part of the facebook app of the same name. Guess whose blog claims overall turf in procrastination http://www.networkedblogs.com/topic/procrastinaton/
:) We make our own labels stick.

Yay for all things blookish, what does Wordfire Press plan to sizzle with this year?

shafinaaz said...

The Queen of Procrastination! Oooh, I loved that blog! And also, those capsule stories!!! Aaah :)

Wordfire Press has been running a few tiny workshops with some GIGANTIC ideas coming out of them! Watch-This-Space! :D

Hope that you're rocking Egypt! Southern Africa has been somewhat quieter these days...

Americanising Desi said...

you had to make it there!

if you wouldn't who else :)

applaud!

shafinaaz said...

:)) thanks AD... just me and 49 other blogs for now... and by the looks of it, a dated poll! :P
still, its nice..

Azra said...

But of course Miss. Why is't thou even surprised? ;)

shafinaaz said...

AZRA :D
Somedays, I really do think that I've forgotten how to write.
Somedays, when I recall the more intricate workings of word manipulation, it's all too exhausting to get it all down.
I should make your blog recommended reading all over again :)