I'm not on this list of 'influencers', and neither are most of the people I write about here, and this has generally been true since the early days of the blogosphere. The list is very US-focused and is mostly ed tech entrepreneurs or directors of this or that. Not really education technologists at all. I wouldn't expect educators to be on the list either, for the most part, simply because if you're a working educator, you don't have the time to put into becoming a ed technologist. And (I might add) if you're a working education technologist, you probably don't have the time to do whatever it is you do to get put on lists like this. P.S. the link to Ed Tech Digest's list will force you to go through the chrade of 'buying' the report for $0.00, a silly but of user-hostile design.