Haves and the Have-Nots of the blogosphere

From New York magazine, the “Haves and the Have-Nots” of the blogosphere.

Of most interest:

“There are upwards of 27 million blogs in the world. To discover how they relate to one another, we’ve taken the most-linked-to 50 and mapped their connections. Each arrow represents a hypertext link that was made sometime in the past 90 days. Think of those links as votes in an endless global popularity poll. Many blogs vote for each other: “blogrolling.” Some top-50 sites don’t have any links from the others shown here, usually because they are big in Japan, China, or Europe—regions still new to the phenomenon. ”

For the chart: http://newyorkmetro.com/news/media/15972/