Top 200 Tech Blogs: The Datamation 2009 List: Page 2

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Most Popular Tech Blogs // Major Media Tech Blogs // Enterprise Tech Blogs

Consumer Tech-Gadgets Blogs // Developers' Blogs // Tech Insiders' Blogs

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Highly Recommended Tech Blogs

Tech Blogs from Major Publications

Tech blogs from major publications tend to have far greater resources than those written by individuals.

15) ZDNet Blogs
A superlative collection of tech pundits, including famed Microsoft watcher Mary Jo Foley, the controversial insight of Adrian Kingsley-Hughes, IT iconoclast Jason Perlow, and the industry-leading musings of Larry Dignan and crew.

16) Internetnews Blogs
Insightful, savvy analysis by a top crew of veteran writers and reporters, commenting on software, hardware, mobile, security, PCs and more. Among other must-reads, check out Andy Patrizio from Silicon Valley, Sean Michael Kerner on the Linux/enterprise beat and Kenneth Corbin on technology and government. Oh, and don’t miss the Datamation blog. (Full disclosure: Published by the same company that publishes the site you’re reading.)

17) InformationWeek Blogs
Few tech publications can match the deep resources of Information Week. Panoramic coverage of IT and consumer technology, aided by piquant analysis from Alexander Wolfe (software and advanced tech of all kinds), Serdar Yegulalp (Linux and open source), Paul McDougall (major tech trends) and David Berlind (software, emerging tech).

18) NetworkWorld
An in-depth focus on enterprise technology, security, LANs & WANs, network management, wireless and more. Take a gander at the always interesting Paul McNamara, who holds forth on the odd and amusing.

19) Wired's Blogs
An extensive line-up of niche tech blogs, like This Day in Tech, Game/Life, Wired Science, and Geek Dad. Rumor has it that the US government officials even read Danger Room, which covers the tech of national security. The Wired blogs are some of the Internet’s most influential.

20) Ars Technica
Details all flavors of tech – personal, enterprise, telecom, Web-related – all together on one page. Owned by Conde Nast, the same group that publishes Wired, Vanity Fair, the New Yorker and other big time glossies.

21) New York Times: Technology – Bits
Top writing and reporting about both consumer and enterprise tech, with a tendency to avoid some of the overheated rumors promoted by other blogs.

22) Wall Street Journal – Digits
Written by a formidable 18-member staff, the Journal’s tech blog covers the full mix: consumer, enterprise, tech deals, personnel changes, Internet, media, telecom. Also look at the WSJ’s spinoff tech and media site, All Things Digital – it’s a lively, up-to-the-minute offering.

23) O'Reilly Radar
The O'Reilly team churns out intelligent tech analysis, offering material you won’t find elsewhere. The focus is on an interesting collection of links.

24) eWeek Blogs
From IT jobs to security to platforms – there’s commentary about it at the eWeek blog portal. Keep your eye on Google Watcher Clint Boulton and Microsoft follower Nicholas Kolakowski.

25) CIO Magazine
CIO does an excellent job of covering the important trends for Chief Information Officers.

26) CNET Blogs
You want it, tech heavyweight CNET has a blog about it: Apple, social media, the enterprise, browsers, cameras, security. They even have a blog about car technology. Not enough? How about one about kitchen tech? Yes, they really have a blog about the technology of blenders and multicookers. I know you can’t top that.

27) The Guardian’s Tech Blog
Bright, smartly penned blather with an English accent, focusing on social media, consumer tech and offbeat trends.

28) InfoWorld
Discussion of key technology for business: virtualization, sustainable IT, databases, cloud computing, security. Tends to avoid the bright and shiny world of consumer tech.

29) TechRepublic Blogs
Covers the enterprise IT world: servers, security, tech staffing, virtualization, software as a service, and consultancies. “For IT professionals, by IT professionals.”

30) Computerworld: Opinion/Blogs
Pundits that have been around long enough to know the wheat from the chaff, like Windows guru Preston Gralla and Linux expert Steven J. Vaughn-Nichols.

31) USA Today Technology Live
Everything from PC security to Google Docs to high-tech Facebook. In classic USA Today style, the coverage is fast and breezy with plenty of graphics (although no pie charts, which USA Today is famous for…).

32) Dwight Silverman: TechBlog
The Houston Chronicle’s Dwight Silverman is still at it, continuing to earn a spot in the blogrolls of top bloggers with his incisive commentary on consumer technology. He’s into it.

33) Alltop / Guy Kawasaki
No, not really a major publication, more like an industrious new media start-up: The brainchild of self-promotional wizard Guy Kawasaki – here’s his blog – Alltop is a portal of blogs that links to just about any tech topic you can think of.

34) Financial Times Tech Blog
One of the Continent’s great newspapers presents a mixed bag, from reviews of the video Nano to the state of electronic paper. The FT has the resources to offer intelligent coverage of things like Google China chief’s next move.

35) Technology Review’s Blogs
Published by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, this is some very heady stuff: genomics, physics-based animation, biofuels, genetics, spacecraft. Are you smart enough to be reading this?

Most Popular Tech Blogs // Major Media Tech Blogs // Enterprise Tech Blogs

Consumer Tech-Gadgets Blogs // Developers' Blogs // Tech Insiders' Blogs

Security Blogs // Windows-Mac-Linux Blogs // Wonderfully Geeky Blogs

Highly Recommended Tech Blogs

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