I was surfing around Digg.com the other day, looking at what the community there had been linking to as far as science articles go.
Somebody had linked to a great article on Quackwatch about how to distinguish pseudoscience from real science. The article has been around a while, but clearly it was popular at Digg; getting more then a few dozen Diggs (votes for popularity) is tough -- I've had only a handful of blog entries that have hit it reasonably big at Digg. Yet this article was doing really well. Check out the apropriate number of hits it had when I looked:
Man that guy gets around. First a license plate in New Mexico, and now Digg!