“While blogs are increasing in quantity, their authority-as currently measured by Technorati-is collectively losing influence.”

— Maven Brian Solis, writing at TechCrunch about how other measurable forms of influence–like Twitter, retweeting, building community and so on, are ways to measure impact, reach and attention.

Susan sez: This is so true, and why I love the web–Mao’s law of continuous revolution is always in play. Conversation and community are continually created, distributed, sifted, filtered, redistributed–we’re just one big ameboa, redividing and growing.

“While blogs are increasing in quantity, their authority-as currently measured by Technorati-is collectively losing influence.”

— Maven Brian Solis, writing at TechCrunch about how other measurable forms of influence–like Twitter, retweeting, building community and so on, are ways to measure impact, reach and attention.

Susan sez: This is so true, and why I love the web–Mao’s law of continuous revolution is always in play. Conversation and community are continually created, distributed, sifted, filtered, redistributed–we’re just one big ameboa, redividing and growing.