So you’ve read my blog post. Where do you go next in the great wide world of the Web?
Gawker makes the bold statement that they are able to rank sites using the number of Jewish readers they have versus the number that would be expected from Jew’s percentage of the Web population. For example, a Web site that scores 300 has 3 times more Jewish readers than expected.
I have no idea how they figure this out. I generally don’t use my Jews-only version of Firefox or click the “No thanks, I’m a Jew and I don’t want to be added to your email list” button.
Nonetheless, I’m inclined to belief these numbers to some extent.
The list, after all, is heavy on sites related to New York, food, and finance… (MORE)