Downhill

[Note: this program still works, but because the underlying data is so badly out of date, it's practically useless. The only useful thing to do is look at the source.]

This is like the Oracle of Bacon, but for weblogs. Based on the links between weblogs, it will try to find a path between any two you specify. The data comes from the blogging ecosystem.


Start at this URL:

End at this URL:


Now there's an API!

Critically acclaimed!

"[A]s fun to use as it is poorly named." -- blogosphere.us

"Amazing." -- Topher Tune's Times

"Something I've been looking for for some time. I thought it would come from Blogstreet or Google Labs..." -- Keks

"It had to happen." -- iWire


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