Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Insanely Dangerous Internet Feedback Loop Experiment

James Joyner of Outside the Beltway has made a tradition of (and endeared himself to many bloggers with) his "Beltway Traffic Jams", which allow smaller blogs to link to a "Traffic Jam" post on his blog and share in some of the traffic Outside the Beltway generates. Here's the one for today:
Another do-it-yourselfer at the Traffic Jam today.

To join in, choose a post from your blog to highlight, edit it to add a link to this post, and then send a TrackBack. If your blog doesn't automatically generate one, use the Send TrackBack feature below. For more information, see this post.
This post will attempt a dangerous experiment. Stop reading now if you're a squeamish, fretful nancy boy, because things could go horribly wrong and get ugly fast.

What we're going to do is mirror Joyner's Traffic Jam. That's right. Link to this post and send a trackback, and in the meantime, this post is linked and tracked back to the Traffic Jam, so a feedback vortex will be created that will...I'm not sure. Be brave and remember: It's for Science.