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The list of successful bloggers & interesting blogs – Focus: Tech, Design & Web Trends …

December 23, 2009

This is a revised version of my earlier post ‘Internet Heroes!’  I have transformed it to compilation of my favourite tech centric bloggers, sources and news sites which can help us gain information related to technology trends.  Though If I do it all it would be a massive list to compile, I am starting small and will keep adding to through a series of post … best way to keep a watch on subsequent posts to come is to subscribe through RSS or through email. (for those who are new to RSS, must check beginner’s guide to essential web technologies.)

“Legends are legends … they inspire us, set trends, break barriers, redefine rules, change the dimensions in which we live, give us new hopes & aspirations and much more …”

Sharing here the list of bloggers / & blogs I find interesting to follow …

Blogs For Designers …

If you are a frontend developer or a designer, you would be in absolutely in love with Smashing Magazine and Web Designer Depot, they often come up with very interesting compilations useful for frontend developers and CSS techniques and designer’s compilations. These are my personal favourites. Another interesting one which seems to be focusing on tutorial compilation for designers is, very interesting compilation of tutorials and topics. And another very interesting blog I have come across in this genre is Carsonified’s Think Vitamin.

Blogs For Businesses & Technoworkers

Read Write Web is a must follow legendary blog for the tech resources and news. It is a professionally managed blog named after the changing trends of Web 2.o‘s one of the main theme reading, writing and re-writing, keeps track of the changes happening around web tools and services.

Social networking is the buzz …and has taken trends to the next big level with twitter like platforms, one entity who built a platfom to keep a watch on such trends is Mashable, started by Pete Cashmore when he was 19 to make him an Internet Celebrity.

Techcrunch reviews tech companies, startups, profiles etc. This helps you find a right tech company where you can outsource, invest, connect … and have a profitable life afterwords… Started by Michael Arrington, his reviews are highly influential, so much that people feel disrespected or ignored when he fail to give them importance.

Guy Kawasaki, is the most influential guy on twitter, and has a high visibility among tech start ups due to him being a venture capitalist and author. He was part of the original team when Apple launched its first Macintosh in 1984. He has recently introduced a new news engine called AllTop.

Boing Boing, founded by Cory Doctorow and Mark Frauenfelder, is a very popular blog about technology, culture and politics. Cory Doctorow is an activist for digital rights, and also a science fiction novelist who gives away his novels for free. Frauenfelder is editor-in-chief for an extremely highly popular do-it-yourself magazine called Make, and every geek just loves this magazine.

Another tech blog focusing on tech news which is highly popular is, owned by tech journalist Om Malik, who writes for Business 2.0, Red Herring, and The Wall Street Journal.

Also check out other tech bloggers Jason Calacanis who owns a human moderated search engine, andRobert Scoble who mostly blog about tech events. Other powerful bloggers worth checking in tech domain are, Owen ThomasDave WinerSeth GodinBrian LamSteve RubelJohn C. DvorakLeo Laporte.

Build Your Own List of Blogs to follow …

To build your own list of blogs you must know services like digg,,, sphere, technorati blog finder, bloglines popular blog search and most importantly Blog Search by Google.

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