Netstuff: The 50 (or so) Most Important People on the Web

PC World has published a list of The 50 Most Important People on the Web. There are 62 names on the list. It seems that folks like Google ((You don’t really need a link to Google, do you?)) executives Eric Schmidt, Larry Page and Sergey Brin only count as a third of a person each. Good news for TWiT‘s Leo Laporte and Digg‘s Kevin Rose, though, they both count as a full person. So does Tina Tequila, a singer/model/actress who apparently has 1.6 million “friends” on MySpace, which must make for one hell of a Christmas card list.

I’m not on the list, but that’s a topic for another day.

2 thoughts on “Netstuff: The 50 (or so) Most Important People on the Web”

  1. [Comment ID #9055 Will Be Quoted Here]

    As do I, really. I was just amused that, much like the 101 Most Influential Fictional People (Characters?) that we discussed on The Round Table, the author(s) of this list felt it necessary to lump two or three people together in a single bullet item (a la Kirk and Spock).

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