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Theses are a few of my favorite blogs…

By John | September 17, 2008

Every morning I take a quick run through my google reader to what’s new.  Since I have over a 100 blogs on my reader I need to do a quick glance and I can’t read them all every morning.  This morning I decided to list the must read blogs that I look at every morning.  This list is in no particular order.

Amazon Web Services Blog

Must read for what’s happining on AWS.

ElasticVapor :: Life in the Cloud

Reuven Cohen IMHO, the preeminent cloud expert.

High Scalability – Building bigger, faster, more reliable websites

When ever this guy has something to say it always very informative.

Adventures in Open Source

Tarus is a hoot.  I love it best when he gets mad at someone.  It’s kind of like the Big Brother of open source.  Also, he is extremely knowledge in open source and network management.

People Over Process

What can I say?  Cote is the Dude!

The Open Road

Matt tends to whine a little about who’s open and who’s not.  However, he is the best resource on the web for wasup on OSS.

Awakened Voice

If you like Drupal and CMS this guy has a cool blog.

William Vambenepe’s blog

William is a smart dude.  His blogs are great.

Jane's E-Learning Pick of the Day

If you are interested in E-education then Jane’s blog is awesome.

Doug is the uber BSM’r.

EncoreOpus: Open Source by Another Name

When I grow up I want to become Mark Hinkle.

The Wisdom of Clouds

James Urquhart is also is a very smart dude.  He has great blogs on cloud computing.

The Tech Teapot

Jack is a must read for IT Management junkies like me.


I do a quick run of this blog every day to see if there are any cool business transations of new startups in the works.

Obviously I read a lot of other blogs and I probably missed a few really good ones.  These are just the ones off the top of my head.

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One Response to “Theses are a few of my favorite blogs…”

  1. Jack Hughes Says:
    September 17th, 2008 at 10:26 am

    Oh, shucks thanks John :)