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Technorati

(1) An advertising platform for blog publishers. Debuting in 2002, Technorati was originally a website that indexed blogs, provided a content search and touted the "Technorati Top 100." The company evolved into revenue producing programs for blog publishers. For more information, visit www.technorati.com.

(2) (technorati) Synonymous with "digerati," who are people who are technically competent. See digerati, numerati, glasserati and technophilia.
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The Technorati Media network began in June 2008 and has grown to more than 40 million unique users across 45 blogs and social media sites.
I keep an eye on Technorati personally via an RSS feed that appears on my desktop whenever a blog publishes something about Duke.
Technorati, a blog search engine and measurement firm, calls blogs a personal journal on the web and says the power of weblogs is that they allow millions of people to easily publish their ideas and millions more to comment on them.
Technorati -- which tracks blogs, including newspaper ones -- today released the first part of its annual report on the "State of the Blogosphere.
Technorati is the most cited source, saying there are currently more than 55 million bloggers worldwide.
com/ Clusters search results Phrase Boolean search capability Detailed help Uses Clusty's search commands Very slow Note: Blogger Blog Search, Blogpulse (Intelliseek), and Technorati can perform URL searches; Google Blog Search and Clusty Meta Blog Search cannot.
Similarly, Lauer assigns "Technorati tags"--such as Google Earth, Gmail or MapBuilder--to the topic of each entry in his Education/Technology blog, so the Technorati blog-indexing tool will compile his thoughts on various subjects, and report them with other items given the same tags.