OK, I apologize for the cryptic headline. But basically what I'm trying to say is that Seth Godin created a Squidoo page for Mack Collier's "Z-list meme". I'm still not exactly sure how Squidoo works though I did sign up for it a while ago. All I know is that I started getting page referrals from this Squidoo "lens" and checked it out (as any blogger would).
On it was a list of blogs under the heading "The Z List". Directly above that it says this:
"Blogs you might want to check out, but haven't heard ofWorth a look! There is no A list, so there can't be a Z list. There's just good blogs."
What does this all mean? Well, I'll provide a personal perspective. When I first registered with Squidoo many months ago, I did so purely out of buzz—meaning I'd seen it on Typepad and heard about it, so I signed up. But I'd never actually used the service since setting it up. So, this serves as an interesting reminder of the service and how it actually works in context.
One of the features on this page is that you can vote (up or down) for each blog (but you have to be a registered Squidoo user). So this could be a very interesting marketing move on Seth's part.
Well, that's my 2 cents. The "Z-meme" that Mack started has certainly spread in some unique ways—ironically it's become "the gift that keeps giving". :)