Top 100 Tech Blogs: the Datamation List: Page 3

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UPDATE: 2008: Top 200 Tech Blogs: the Datamation List

Peruse the list by category:

Consumer Tech Smart Dudes and Dudettes Tech Insiders Informative Blogs Sponsored by Major Publications/Organizations Wonderfully Geeky Blogs Operating Systems: Linux-Open Source - Windows - Mac Highly Recommended


Good places to learn about and/or keep up with developments in a broad array of tech areas.

CIO’s Advice and Insight
Some full-length article posts with deep analysis, along with some short takes, about life as a tech manager.

ProBlogger Blog Tips
Darren Rowse has created a major hub site for blogging education, crammed full of resources to help you build traffic.

A good source of information about the intersection of movies, entertainment and technology, written by longtime tech chronicler Scott Kirsner.

A not-so-small crowd of contributors, edited by New Zealander Richard MacManus, keeps up with the breathlessly evolving tech world. Every Saturday the site offers a weekly update of its best posts.

This is what happens when journalists are allowed to get Internet connections: they obsessively cover all aspects of Internet life. A top site for media and technology news.

Full of tips and “how to’s,” this Web design blog is itself beautifully designed. I guess it has to be, huh? Highly popular.

Google Blogscoped
Google and more Google – if you want to stay informed about the search giant’s every more, this unofficial site is a thoroughly obsessive source.

Center for Democracy and Technology
The CDT folks have real expertise in that strange place known as the intersection of law, technology, and policy. A good way to stay current with legislation regarding technology.

RIFD Weblog
A well done blog about the niche topic of radio frequency identification technology (RFID). In addition to the daily posts, it also offers plenty of background and archival info about RFID.

Paul Stamatiou
A student at Georgia Tech, Paul Stamatiou is concerned with all things techie. Learn, for example, why you shouldn’t ignore Amazon’s FPS, and how to display the number of your del.ico.us saves, as well as many other geeky things.

Highly intense and in-depth look at Web design issues, written by Molly Holzschlag, an author, designer and standards advocate. It has a personal, quirky quality mixed in the heady HTML talk.

Covers the rapidly growing sector of Web-based apps. The blog is overseen by tech veteran Rafe Needleman, who has certainly earned his street cred in the online world.

Photo Matt
Given that Matt Mullenweg is the founding developer of Word Press, it’s no surprise he promotes that platform. But he gets around a lot more than that, reporting/analyzing on the Net and general multimedia goings-on. Odd bonus section: an archive of jazz quotes, from Thelonious Monk to John Coltrane.

A team of analysts provides in-depth coverage of tech business developments. Many posts per day. They also post reader submissions.

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