New Feedster 500

Feedster has published an updated list of its Top 500, “a list of 500 of the most interesting and important blogs.”

This is the first update since the list debuted in August. This blog was on that list, at number 221, but has disappeared way over the horizon from the new list and doesn’t appear at all this time (so I’ve changed the link on the Top 500 logo at the top of the left sidebar here to point to the August list which is still online).

There are some great improvements to the presentation of the new list and some additional functionality – a tag cloud and a way to add tags to each listing. In fact, it looks like anyone can tag anyone’s list – so expect to see some interesting tag associations emerging!