The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article about baseball blogs and websites designed to harness the "wisdom of crowds." According to Darren Everson of The Wall Street Journal:
Baseball is the latest business to take tentative steps toward tapping into a concept known as "the wisdom of crowds" (the title of a James Surowiecki book), the idea that a group can make some judgments better than an individual. Industries from computer programming to drug making have been turning to the opinions of skilled amateur observers and open "prediction markets" to help with everything from designing software to deciding where to mine for gold. Hewlett-Packard Co., for example, asks its employees to predict the firm's revenue and profit as a supplement to its own forecasts.
Given our blog follows the most predictive league in the world for pro prospects, why were we not mentioned?