Author Archives: dsifry

State of the Blogosphere / State of the Live Web

I realized that there wasn’t a single place where you could get all of the information on all of the past State of the Blogosphere (and upcoming State of the Live Web) reports. So here it is.

You can always find this by going to http://www.sifry.com/stateoftheliveweb

With that out of the way, enjoy:

State of the Blogosphere, October 2004:

State of the Blogosphere, March 2005:

State of the Blogosphere, August 2005:

State of the Blogosphere, October 2005 (This report was truncated):

State of the Blogosphere, February 2006

State of the Blogosphere, April 2006

State of the Blogosphere, August 2006

State of the Blogosphere, October 2006

State of the Blogosphere, April 2007

All of this material is licensed under a creative commons for-attribution license, and all I ask in addition is that you please keep the Technorati logo and links to the original reports in any use of the charts or data.

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We’ve moved!

After a day of downtime, the servers holding up the sifry.com infrastructure have been moved! We’re now sitting in a much better colocation facility, with great electrical, HVAC, and multiple network connections. Many thanks to the folks at Technorati for making the move such an easy and professional experience.

Rules for Entrepreneurs (2002 Speech)

A speech that I gave to the 2002 JHU Entrepreneur program, discussing some of what I’ve learned about starting and running businesses. There aren’t any speaker notes in this version, but if you’re interested, you can get the PDF of the speech.

Welcome!

Welcome to www.sifry.com, the starting point for the web presence of the Sifry family. David administers this site, so if you have any questions, just pop over to his weblog. Micah also has a few weblogs, but his primary blog is micah.sifry.com.

For more family-related links, check out the links on the right-hand side of this page.