Monday, May 22, 2006

Business / Business Technology Blog Short List

Yet another list… However, it’s a very good list of business-related blogs.


The brother of a great friend and colleague of mine asked for reading recommendations for “business blogs.”

As such, here’s my short-list of business-related blogs that I find to be worth the time it takes to read (listed in alphabetical order):

Blogspotting (BusinessWeek)
Blogwrite for CEOs (Debbie Weil)
Business 2.0
BusinessBlogWire
BusinessWeek Online
Dealing with Darwin (Geoffrey Moore, of ‘Crossing the Chasm’ fame)
Fast Company
Forbes.com Business News
Innoblog (Clayton Christentensen, of ‘The Innovator’s Dilemma’ fame)
Let the Good Times Roll (Guy Kawasaki, Father of Marketing Evangelism)
Life Beyond Code (Raj Setty)
Micro Persuasion (Steve Rubel, Edelman)
Moreover – Entrepreneur news
Official Google Blog
PodTech.net – (John Furrier) Silicon Valley, Technology
Scobleizer (Robert Scoble, Microsoft Geek Blogger)
Seth Godin’s Blog
The Intuitive Live Business Blog (Dave Taylor)
The Long Tail (Chris Anderson, EIC Wired Magazine)
The Tom Peters Weblog

If you subscribe to any of them, please tell them I sent you!

3 Comments:

At May 22, 2006 3:54 PM, Blogger Easton Ellsworth said...

Kip, great list here. Most of these are already in my feedreader and are some of my favorite blogs on business. Thanks for putting BusinessBlogWire in the list, too! I plan to post somewhat more frequently now that I am no longer attending grad school. :)

 
At May 23, 2006 9:51 AM, Blogger Kip Meacham said...

Thanks, Easton.

What are some of your business picks that are not on my list?

Kip

 
At June 19, 2006 5:26 PM, Blogger Easton Ellsworth said...

Two that come to mind are WhyMyBlogStinks.com and Converstations.com, run by Steve Remington and Mike Sansone, respectively. Those two guys know their stuff when it comes to blogging!

 

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