As a followup to my last post about the falling off of bubble blogs: [Housing Bubble Blogs Looking For Soft Landing](http://matrix.millersamuel.com/?p=676), inspired by the always on-top-of-things Bubble Meter blog posts a great follow up. He tracks the bubble blog genre in his weekly [BubbleSphere Roundup](http://bubblemeter.blogspot.com/2006/06/bubblesphere-roundup.html) and discovers that the following bubble blogs are long dormant (in blog-years).
- [The Boy in The Big Housing Bubble (June 1st)](http://bighousingbubble.blogspot.com/)
- [Out at The Peak (June 4th)](http://outatthepeak.blogspot.com/)
- [Housing Bubble Casualty (May 24th)](http://www.housingbubblecasualty.com/)
- [South Florida Real Estate Bubble (May 24th)](http://southfloridarealestatebubble.blogspot.com/)
- [Massachusetts Housing Market (June 3rd)](http://masshousemarket.blogspot.com/)
- [New Mexico Real Estate (May 27th)](http://new-mexico-real-estate.blogspot.com/)
These blogs were written with a lot of passion. Is there simply less to write about now? Or is this just part of the typical blog cycle with its short life expectancy?