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Exemplary tech blogs across a wide array of subject matter.
Pogue's Posts Brilliant stuff about personal technology, from the iPhone to email to camcorders. There are very few tech pundits who are as insightful yet plain-spoken as David Pogue, the New York Times gadget guy.
Slashdot The geekier-than-thou, constantly churning meta-blog is an irreverent center of the online tech world. To be noticed by the likes of Zonk, Cowboy Neal, ScuttleMonkey, ComdrTaco these individuals are demi-gods. It's their world; we only live in it.
Joho the Blog David Weinberger is a heavyweight tech thinker, co-author of The Cluetrain Manifesto and author of Small Pieces, Loosely Joined. Hes also a philosophy professor, a comedy writer and, well, a bunch of other things. Joho the Blog is his meditation on the Internet and anything else that trips the light fantastic.
Secret Diary of Steve Jobs (a.k.a. "The Fake Steve Jobs") We now know that this wonderfully amusing blog is actually penned by Forbes senior editor Dan Lyons. Although fictional, his skewering of Jobs is virtuosic. Sample post: "DUDE, I INVENTED THE FRIGGIN IPHONE. HAVE YOU HEARD OF IT?"
Occam's Razor by Avinash Kaushik The world is a better place because Avinash Kaushik is in it. A SEO guru, author of the popular book Web Analytics: An Hour a Day he not only knows his stuff, he puts out with charm and generosity. (Hes donating his book proceeds to charity.) No e-commerce entrepreneur should miss this blog.
Nicholas Carr A serious smart guy/deep thinker and tremendous writer who riled tech vendors with his Does IT Matter thesis. Far ranging and very interesting.
Joi Itos Web Ito, a vice president at Technorati and an open source advocate, really gets around. In addition to tech issues his chronicles include anything from John Perry Barlow to the Dali Lama.
Robert X. Cringely The original Cringely (there are more than one -- it's a long story) can be found on the PBS site. Having earned his street cred with decades in the tech biz, Cringely (the pen name of Mark Stephens) writes with a sharp anti-conformist bent.
Simon Phipp's "SunMink in the Sun" Suns chief open source officer is an interesting fellow. UK-based and highly literate, hes aware of the politics as well as the technology of software.
Schneier on Security Is there a more famous security guru than Bruce Schneier? Whats impressive about his blog is the expansive reach of his subject matter: software and hardware, sure, but also security issues in a larger societal context.