I thought I’d give some props to the feeds I read on a regular basis. I’ll be listing them by the way I’ve categorized them, including a link and short description of each site, along with a link to the feed for that site. Start clicking!
The following fall under the tag “tech”, which is a pretty big umbrella category (for me) for anything that has to do with hardware, software, the internet, and even the “Make” movement of diy engineering. The following generally includes technology news and official blogs of web services I use.
- New York Times: Circuits: Technology news and reviews from the New York Times
- Wired News: News and articles from Wired Magazine
- The Unofficial Apple Weblog: News from the Cult of Mac
- The Official Google Blog: The latest and greatest from Google
- Google Tutor: Tips and tricks to using various Google services
- Photo Matt: The blog of Matt Mullenweg, the creator of WordPress
- Backpack: The official blog of Backpack (I’ve got the 37 signals blog listed elsewhere)
- Flickr Blog: The official blog of Flickr
- Firefox Tutor: Tips and tricks to using Firefox
- Make Magazine Blog: Always interesting posts on various DIY engineering projects and hacks people have undertaken
- Squid Labs Blog: Squid Labs is an important player in this “make” movement. They started the Instructables site, and this blog occasionally has interesting posts on open-source, engineering, and invention
Any other suggestions?