I wanted to share with you some of the blogs and bloggers I’ve been following lately.
My favorites generally deal with technology, design, social media and internet type stuff with a dash of things like CuteOverload.
Lifehacker – Tips and Downloads for Getting Things Done
TechCrunch – um…it’s TechCrunch
Micro Persuasion – Steve Rubel explores how emerging technologies are revolutionizing marketing communications
(Steve Rubel is on Twitter, you can find him here)
Penelope Trunk’s Brazen Careerist – Advice at the intersection of work and life
Excerpt from about this blog: “Why do 30,000 people subscribe to this blog?
Some days I wonder that myself. And every day I feel lucky to have them. Readers come here for career advice first, probably. I mean, that’s what I’m known for. But I’m also known for writing on the edges of my topic, so most of my long-term readers have come to expect career advice from wildly varying angles. And from plenty of examples from my personal life, which often become my favorite posts.”
(Penelope Trunk is on Twitter, you can find her here)
Digital Inspiration – A Technology Blog on Software and Web Applications
Excerpt from about Amit Agarwal/Digital Inspiration: “The purpose of this site is to help you take maximum advantage of the software tools and web technologies at your disposal so that you spend more time doing things your really love.”
(Amit Agarwal is on Twitter, you can find him here)
Dumb Little Man – Tips for Life – Each week we provide a handful of tips that will save you money, increase your productivity, or simply keep you sane.
Excerpt from about Dumb Little Man: “Hi. My name is Jay White and no, I am not some professional development guru, I have not (yet) written any books and I have no alternative agenda aside from learning and sharing.”
Skelliewag – Skelliewag is for bloggers, freelancers and entrepreneurs who think outside the box. If you want to make a living from your passion, not AdSense, this is written for you.
Excerpt from about-skelliewag: “Skelliewag is a blog about planning, creating and growing the online projects you’re obsessed with. If you have big ideas that keep you awake at night (in a good way), this is written for you.”
(Skellie is on Twitter, you can find her here)