22 thoughts on “Zoli’s running a poll on new Technorati

  1. I still prefer Google Blog Search. It’s simple and gets right to the point. There’s no need for javascript (AJAX) and bright, flashy graphics. I don’t use Technorati at all, Google Blog Search works JUST fine.

  2. I still prefer Google Blog Search. It’s simple and gets right to the point. There’s no need for javascript (AJAX) and bright, flashy graphics. I don’t use Technorati at all, Google Blog Search works JUST fine.

  3. too busy. Take a clue from google. Nothing below the fold. If I have to scroll down on a home page, there is too much content to absorb.

  4. too busy. Take a clue from google. Nothing below the fold. If I have to scroll down on a home page, there is too much content to absorb.

  5. I only use Technorati as an outlet for my blog, I don’t use it for its blog-finding abilities. It picks up way too much garbage and foreign-language stuff for it to be really useful. Not to mention that I don’t know where to start. I’d much rather take recommendations from subject matter experts themselves than have to dig through Technorati myself :)

    I’ll stick to Digg, TechMeme, Scoble and Rubel (and a multitude of others) for my blogosphere needs.

  6. I only use Technorati as an outlet for my blog, I don’t use it for its blog-finding abilities. It picks up way too much garbage and foreign-language stuff for it to be really useful. Not to mention that I don’t know where to start. I’d much rather take recommendations from subject matter experts themselves than have to dig through Technorati myself :)

    I’ll stick to Digg, TechMeme, Scoble and Rubel (and a multitude of others) for my blogosphere needs.

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