Mark Hoffmann recently noted on Mark Goodacre’s NT Blog that the Internet Archive’s Wayback Machine had archived the “Featured Blogger Interviews” from the now defunct biblioblogs.com (Brandon Wason, John Hobbins and Jim West).
As these will undoubtedly be of interest to many biblical studies bloggers and their readers, and for ease of access, these are now archived here at the Biblioblog Top 50.
See: Featured Blogger Interviews
Mark Goodacre, “Biblioblogs.com still defunct,” June 26, 2013
Mark Goodacre, “The joy of failed predictions,” June 26, 2013
Dear Biblioblog Top 50,
Please could we have some guidance on the following:
1. Most Gay Friendly Biblioblog
2. Most Gay Unfriendly Biblioblog
3. Most Outraged (Faux or Genuine) Biblioblog or Biblioblogger
4. Most Pious Biblioblog
5. Biblioblog or Biblioblogger with the Greatest Persecution Complex
6. Biblioblog or Biblioblogger Most Likely to Ruin Career through Social Media
Thanks for your request, Randolph! We have narrowed down (2), (3), (4), (5), and (6) to only 150 biblioblogs. But we’re completely stumped on (1).
We’ll let you know when we come up with the answers.
Please could I request 7) Biggest Ass-Kisser of Famous Academic?