We're number 47?!
A.C. Douglas has compiled the classical-music blogosphere top-50 rankings for 1Q 2008. Your humble correspondent and his blog, this blog, made the list at number 47. His methodology is here, and here are all the competitors.
Ultimately, having some experience with math, I like his methodology. It seems pretty fair and reasonably accurate. I do, however, take something approximating issue with the underlying premise. More links does not necessarily mean quality. For example, I got a lot of links for suggesting that supporting Gustavo Dudamel was, essentially, supporting Hugo Chávez, whose regime is execrable at best.
Depending on your view of such matters, those links do not imply quality. Indeed, given the tone, the opposite is likely true.
While a ranking based on content quality is, by its very nature, more subjective, it could also more accurately reflect the state of the blogosphere hereabouts. It does get us into quality-by-whose-standards concerns and bias, but that is easily corrected by having two or three people compile lists and average the rankings.
Beyond that, Mr. Douglas deserves credit for taking upon himself to compile a list about as objective as anyone could want.