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Interesting Blogs

I wanted to know which blogs you guys read habitually
and find them interesting...

I read

1. joelonsoftware
2. scottandrew
3. iunknown
4. groove

what are some other good technical blogs ?

Friday, February 28, 2003

two near the top of my reader:

fool for python
Friday, February 28, 2003

Here are a few I like:

Dan Bricklin -

Hivelogic -

jwz (ex-hacker, current club owner) -

Ray Ozzie (if he'll ever update again) -

Then there's always mine, but that's not very intersting. ;)

Andrew Burton
Friday, February 28, 2003

Well, I don't habitually read any of the blogs (except Joel's). However, I do have a list of list of .NET and Java developers blogs stored in an IE favorites folder.

A recent topic that I found interesting was "101 reasons why Java is better than .NET".  The list itself wasn't all that interesting to read, but the back and forth debating and the comments it generated on several blogs were.

One Programmer's Opinion
Friday, February 28, 2003

Other than Joel's ,

Chris Sells, Dave Winer (mostly to get links to other blogs:-) ), Paul Graham, Mark Cuban's occasional email responses, that covers it.

There was a similar topic in this forum, you should search the forum.

Prakash S
Friday, February 28, 2003

Like Andrew, I kind of like my own (except for the software - gonna have to roll my own at some point).

Real Live Preacher:
Neil Gaiman:
Amish Tech Support:

Friday, February 28, 2003

I usually follow the links on these places, so on lemonodor I often check out "play with the machine" and itymbi.

Saturday, March 1, 2003

Here's a few I like:

Clemens Vasters
Don Box
Greg Reinacker
Sam Gentile
Sean Campbell & Scott Swigart
Chris Anderson

Just me (Sir to you)
Monday, March 3, 2003

Some good places to start, particularly for programmers:

A whole bunch of perlfolks are at use.perl [1].

A number of Java people are aggregated at JavaBlogs [2].

Other than that, I have a collection of ones I find interesting on my website/blog [3] that I've accrued over time. Many of them are programmers, but a few are political and a few are just people from my area (Pittsburgh).


Chris Winters
Monday, March 3, 2003

On my favourites menu, the following IMHO count as "bloggers" :


Make of that what you will...

Better than being unemployed...
Tuesday, March 4, 2003

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