Marginal Revolution is a blog I recommend. They always seem to have good stuff, like a link to the guy who’s trying to trade a red paperclip for a house (and he’ll probably succeed) or their series on "Markets in everything" showing us all the useless and unusual things that people surprisingly are willing to pay for. Sometimes they follow the same method as the great book Freakonomics: examining things that apparently have nothing to do with economics with an economist’s perspective; this is more entertaining than it sounds.
In this post, Alex Taborrak complains about the tyranny of the alphabet. He comments on the fact that authors of papers have their names listed alphabetically, which often means that only those with names that start with A-L get their names into referances. The same goes for blogs. Bloglines lists feeds alphabetically, and I read one of my father’s posts much earlier if he posts it in English on Applied Abstractions instead of in Norwegian on Tversover. (And I’m always way behind when it comes to reading Quotes or Vampus’ posts)
My own blog, however, is perfectly named.