Saturday, November 10, 2007

An Easy Read

So just about everyone who stumbles upon plezWorld should be able to read it!

At first, I was a bit dismayed at the pedestrian level that my blog is ranked, but then I rationalized it this way: people covering a wide intellectual range can read and understand my blog.

I was also pleasantly surprised at the high level of the blogs that I have decided to include on my BlogRoll. Please take a few minutes to check out the College level and Genius level blogs that I read on a regular basis that are linked to plezWorld site (in no particular order): Booker Rising, Eddie Griffin, Francis Holland, Wandering Caravan, Field Negro, Skeptical Brother, sullsblog, Exodus Mentality, Liberal War Journal, Wandering the Ether, Ross Knight Photography, Nat Turner's Revenge, Electronic Village, Craig Bardo, and Jack & Jill Politics.

If you evaluate your blog, please post a comment here with its reading level.


BronzeBuckaroo said...

My blog received a "genius" rating.

David Sullivan said...

My blog is a pedestrian "high school" level.

plez... said...

i have added your site to the list. you have the best historical photos that i have seen anywhere on the Internet.

my blog is a VERY PEDESTRIAN "junior high school" level... so you got me beat. but to be honest, i cannot figure how the ranking was derived nor what i can do differently to move up the food chain.

David Sullivan said...

I checked out everyone on my blogroll and its a joke. There is a fifteen year old girl who posts a lot of Sox stuff (she is a poor writer, but has lots of great stuff to say for a girl of fifteen) and she got college level!

I posted the widget on my site for now.

rikyrah said...

Mirror on America - College (Undergrad)

Jack and Jill - College (Postgrad)

Francis L. Holland Blog said...

Plez! My blog's rated at the "genius" level, but only because I quote Eddie G. Griffin (BASG) and Shankar Vedantam.

You're quite a guy, Plez!

Lola Gets said...


BronzeBuckaroo said...

LOL!!! and love ya, my Lovely Lola.