Chip Shots by Chip Griffin

Most Blogging Takes Place During the Workday?

Steve Rubel offers an interesting chart from Technorati, the blog search engine, that seems to show that most spikes in blog posting volume occur around political events.

David Sifry also comments that "We see the largest number of posts each day between the hours of 7AM
and noon Pacific time, meaning between 10AM and 3PM Eastern time in the
USA."  Steve concludes that means there’s a lot of posting from the office — which I don’t doubt — but unless the data excludes foreign countries, it could be misleading.  (Just check out Matthew Hurst’s data I blogged earlier today which suggests a high percentage of Chinese posts, for instance.)

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