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Blogs and publications covering technology


Overview

Here are some on-line publications with high subscription and thus are influencers of opinion:

Previously print magazines

  1. wired.com
  2. computerworld.com
  3. forbes.com
  4. informationweek.com
  5. MacWorld.com
  6. MacFormat.com
  7. pcmagazine.com
  8. bizjournals.com/seattle/blog/techflash

On-line only newsletters

  1. Reddit.com
  2. Wired.com gear
  3. Mashable.com
  4. techcrunch.com/tag/blogs/
  5. live.theverge.com has several blogs
  6. SmashingMagazine.com
  7. Engadget.com
  8. Geekwire.com
  9. Cnet.com
  10. businessinsider.com/sai
  11. m.signalvnoise.com (previously 37 Signals)
  12. alistapart.com
  13. cmswire.com
  14. blog.codinghorror.com
  15. css-tricks.com
  16. insights.dice.com
  17. Fastcodesign.com
  18. GitHub.com/blog
  19. news.ycombinator.com venture capital fund
  20. FrontendFocus.co
  21. JavascriptWeekly.com
  22. blogs.msdn.microsoft.com
  23. NetworkWorld.com
  24. Stackoverflow.com question an answer
  25. tibco.com/blog/tag/trends-and-outliers/
  26. Linux User & Developer UK

Consulting firms’s blogs

  1. Accenture Tech Innovation Blog
  2. Aciron Consulting
  3. Bain Voices
  4. Deloitte Consulting Global Blogs
  5. Ernst and Young's CIO Blog
  6. Tech Mahindra Blogs
  7. Working with McKinsey
  8. Price Waterhouse Coopers Blogs
  9. Steve Shu Consulting

Universities and Think Tanks

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More on Technial Evanglism

This post is one of a (planned) series:

  1. Job Descriptions
  2. Resumes (mine)

  3. Evangelism dependencies
  4. Deliverables and Events Budgeting spreadsheet
  5. Evangelism Cost-Benefit analysis (Bang-for-the-buck comparion)

  6. Events and Conferences
  7. Calendar of Announcements
  8. Milestone events

  9. Social media
  10. Social media strategy
  11. Tweets
  12. Sentiment analysis (of favorable words or not)
  13. Responses to social media
  14. Tech Press mentions

  15. Competitive Comparisons (by analysts and others)
  16. Competitive Strategy
  17. Competitive Comparison Kit (for people to run for themselves)
  18. Objections, and how to handle them

  19. Target Customers
  20. Customer References
  21. Proof Points
  22. Email databases (User Acquisition)
  23. Remarketing of current or lapsed users

  24. Product websites
  25. Product wikis
  26. User Forums (Google, LinkedIn, Reddit, etc.)
  27. Surveys

  28. Product Roadmaps
  29. Release Schedule
  30. Tasks
  31. Issues

  32. Enviornments for development, testing, demos, training, etc.
  33. Demo presentation scripts
  34. Beta activities
  35. Release Notes

  36. Tutorials
  37. Live event sign-up administration
  38. Webinars
  39. Video production capability
  40. Live Video Streaming

  41. Spiffs
  42. Hackathons
  43. Participating in Conferences
  44. Running Conferences
  45. Dynamic projections of tweets, etc.

  46. Recruitment follow-up