Or should I say “Everything Old is New Again”? This blog has been named to the AO/Technorati Open Media 100. As they describe it:
AlwaysOn and Technorati are pleased to present the first annual “Open Media 100,” the power list of bloggers, social networkers, tool smiths, and investors leading the Open Media Revolution. If you fancy Vanity Fair’s annual New Establishment list of the media and IT titans who matter (like we didn’t already know), you might think of the Open Media 100 as the new, new establishment – people you may not know but probably should.