They acknowledge: “While our methodology, personal opinion, is subject to criticism, we have provided what we believe to be the 100 “best of the best” or at a minimum a really good place to begin your own exploration of the science blogosphere.”
I agree. In my view there are some significant omissions (how could they miss Phalyngula) but it’s a good place to start for anyone looking for science blogs.
Update: Peter Griffin, director of New Zealand’s Science Media Centre offers the Centre’s help for scientists wanting to get into blogging (see his comment on Science blogging in New Zealand). He is interested in hearing (04 499 5476 email@example.com) from any interested scientist.