Top 200 Tech Blogs: The Datamation 2009 List: Page 9

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Highly Recommended Tech Blogs

Wonderfully Geeky Tech Blogs

Tech blogs unafraid to get into the nitty gritty, the bits and the bytes of technology. Plus all the top tech blogs that don’t fit into a clear category.

169) Larry Magid’s PCAnswer.com
Longtime tech columnist Larry Magid blogs about personal tech with the emphasis on real world advice. His posts are full, carefully crafted articles.

170) Ask Dave Taylor: Free Tech Support
A great resource that just keeps churning out useful tech support help. How do I get my friends a free copy of my iPhone app? How do online affiliate programs work? Any many more straight-to-the-point tutorials about style sheets, HTML, Windows, Mac…

171) David Strom’s Web Informant
Having written for most every IT publication in existence – and edited a few – Strom offers his deep tech expertise on networking, security, virtualization, software, wireless, and more.

172) Neowin.net
It’s hard to tell if there’s an organizing theme here, but there is a whole mess of software/DRM/personal tech posts commented on by a large readership. Many posts per day on gaming, Windows 7, security, Apple, Twitter, etc.

173) Jon Gordon’s Future Tense
The tech expert from public radio takes on topics like Windows 7, PC security, and the effect of the Internet on democracy. Interesting bonus: you can download an MP3 of any post if you want to listen on the run.

174) Paul Stamatiou
The 23-year-old Atlanta-based Web developer is passionate about all things tech-related. Plenty of tech reviews and practical geeky advice.

175) ProBlogger Blog Tips
Possibly the best blogging advice spot on the Web. Darren Rowse maintains a sprawling always-active hub site for blogging education, crammed full of resources to help you build traffic, with the ultimate goal to create revenue.

176) Free Download a Day
You have to love free software downloads to enjoy this constantly updated bog. One free download a day, focusing on Linux, Windows and Mac software.

177) Daniel Eran Dilger’ Roughly Drafted
Helmed by Dilger with the assistance of a small crew, Rougly Drafted leans toward Apple Mac coverage, yet also skewers Windows, jabs other bloggers and is generally culturally hip.

178) Grand Stream Dreams
Claus Valco is a Windows sysadmins and project manager who writes long, technically detailed posts about a sprawling smorgasbord of tech topics. A whole lot of links along with the deep analysis.

179) Kuro5hin
Whew – here’s a dose of peripatetic geekiness for you. Ubuntu, Firefox 3.5, the Nintendo Wii, and then it starts to drift out into the idiosyncratic. You just have to see it for yourself.

180) Joho the Blog
David Weinberger is a well-respected tech thinker and co-author of the famed The Cluetrain Manifesto, a set of ideas for leveraging the Web-based marketplace. His blog veers from technology to politics to well, anything. He recommended that Ellen Degneres should go open source, posted an interview about cultural change in large corporations, and wrote at length about “The Temptation of Stories” (about storytelling in journalism). How’s that for an active mind?

181) Joi Ito’s Web
The CEO of Creative Commons and a well-known early stage venture capitalist, Ito tends to focus on the tech business. But his chronicles include anything from his travels between, say, Japan, Chicago and Dubai.

182) Geek Culture
Sure, the blog’s fine, but most noteworthy is its Joy of Tech comic strip, one of the savviest and best drawn tech-related strips on the Net.

183) RFID Weblog
A detailed blog about the niche topic of radio frequency identification technology (RFID), with plenty of background and archival info about RFID.

184) Hard/OCP
The latest news and trends about PC and notebook hardware, processor chips and gaming, posted along with analysis of IT headlines. Well done.

185) Geek and Poke
Talented comic creator Oliver Widder, an IT guy living in Hamburg, Germany, draws and writes comics that actually make technology funny. Updated often. I’m a big fan of Widder’s work.

186) Z Trek: The Alan Zeichick Weblog
IT, software development, security, and networking, with a touch of humor from the Bay Area consultant-editor.

187) Kottke.org
An interesting and idiosyncratic voice, Kottke is apparently interested in all kinds of things, including whether the human soul has weight and the hidden structure of Jackson Pollack’s paintings. He also touches upon advanced trends in technology from time to time.

188) Stephen O'Grady's Tecosystems
A rich collection of links, accompanied by some smart analysis: open source, security, cloud computing, the Red Sox, and other germane tech musings.

189) CinemaTech
This blog seems to get better with the years. Informed commentary about the intersection of movies, entertainment and technology, written by longtime tech chronicler Scott Kirsner. CinemaTech benefits from lively comment feedback.

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

Highly Recommended Tech Blogs

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