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Biblioblogs – New Classification – Level of Activity

Posted by NT Wrong on November 21, 2008

Having classified the world of biblioblogging — fairly and judiciously — by subject matter and degree of conservatism/liberalism, I felt the need to add an additional classification, indicating the level of biblical-studies-related activity on each biblioblog.

The list of (currently) 141 biblioblogs can be a bit daunting, so in order to identify which ones are more active than others, I have color-coded all of the biblioblogs as follows:

Red Hot, Regular, Rare, Dying

This has the added advantage of making the list very, very pretty.

Current List of Biblioblogs (Permanent List Here)


11 Responses to “Biblioblogs – New Classification – Level of Activity”

  1. My goodness. How much time do you have? 🙂

    Feel free to add mine if you care, although I have no clue what category you would deem appropriate, if appropriate at all.


  2. Mike said

    B Zephyr – Dying

    Its less that is blog is dying and more that he lives in Papua New Guinea

  3. I’m now both rare and very conservative! I’m loving it. 🙂

  4. So, how often do I have to post in order to get lifted from rare to regular? 🙂

  5. ntwrong said

    Judy – you should definitely post more, because what you do post is good.

  6. steph said

    I check out notes from offcenter all the time – Drew’s very good and possibly in the general category…?

  7. Jim said

    you should change ‘dying’ to lime green- the actual color of death.

  8. ntwrong said

    Drew — you do post occasionally on biblical studies. Hmmmmm… is it a biblioblog? Oh, alright. But you know you’re going to get labelled fairly conservative, don’t you. This is another occasion where this labelling doesn’t have anything to do with politics.

  9. danielandtonya said

    Helpful classifications. What’s a regular gotta do to be red hot?

  10. ntwrong said

    Hmmmmmm… in general, ‘red hots’ post at a rate of about one post a day, and post regularly and are very topical.

  11. Mike said

    like some sort of topical ointment?

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