100 Blogs We LoveSome of the blogs listed include:
By the Editors of PC World
Here are our favorite stops in the blogosphere, covering everything from high tech to low comedy and all manner of pursuits in between.
SlashdotThe granddaddy of the tech news blogs, and the virtual water cooler of the geek cognoscenti. To be "slashdotted"--that is, to be noticed by CmdrTaco, ScuttleMonkey, or one of the other regulars--is in some circles the Net equivalent of above-the-fold placement on the front page of the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal.
Engadget and GizmodoThe Bobbsey Twins of the techie gadget universe. If there's a cool new phone, PDA, game console, DVR, or other device brewing, you'll hear about it first from these guys. We only wish we had their inside sources.
TechCrunchFounder Michael Arrington worked as a lawyer to tech startups and has started a few Web entities of his own. Thanks to those contacts, he often has news of an interesting new Web service before the rest of the world does.
ReadWriteWebThis site may not have TechCrunch's buzz, but it's at least as good a source for news on the latest Web 2.0 developments.
GigaOMBusiness 2.0 reporter Om Malik made news when he quit to blog full-time; now he and his team cover the Web, broadband, and more.
Download SquadIf you read only one blog each day for news about software and Web services, this one--a sibling of Engadget--would be a smart choice.
TechBlogHouston Chronicle reporter Dwight Silverman's technology blog is one of the best ones associated with a newspaper.
Tech_SpaceAngela Gunn, former co-host of PC World's Digital Duo, now presides over a surprisingly idiosyncratic and entertaining blog on tech and science--especially surprising considering that it lives on USA Today's site.