10 blogs I’m thankful for

1. influxinsights: “The goal of Influx is to provide ideas for brands that help connect them to culture and allow them to thrive.”

Last post: real-time creative marketplaces are a threat

2. Seth Godin: “…the most popular marketing blog in the world.”

Last post: The only holiday that really matters

3. boingboing: “A directory of wonderful things.”

Last post: Turkey-shaped Jell-O® Mold: 2009 Competition Winners (including David Byrne!)

4. picocool: “A precision dose of cool.”

Last post: The Importancy of Unimportant

5. Scientific American Observations: Opinions, arguments and analyses from the editors of Scientific American.

Last Post: Walls to fall: 6 ideas at the intellectual frontier, from business models based on selflessness to glasses-free 3-D TV

6. MIT Technology Review: Landing page for a number of blogs on science and technology.

Last post: Quantum Measurement Could Reveal Ion Flow Through Cell Membranes

7. Emily Chang – eHub: “A daily resource for new web/mobile services and applications.”

Last post: Parse.ly

8. BuzzMachine: “Jeff Jarvis, author of What Would Google Do? (HarperCollins 2009), blogs about media and news at Buzzmachine.com.”

Last post: Corporate punctuation finds its home

9. Recovering Journalist: Mark Potts: “Entrepreneur and consultant who works with media and Internet companies on strategy and product development. … CEO of GrowthSpur, a company that provides tools and ad networks to help local Web sites succeed.”

Last post: On Mobile Services, Broken News

10. Newspaper Death Watch: “Chronicling the Decline of Newspapers and the Rebirth of Journalism.”

Last post: Three for Thursday

And a bonus No. 11. Global Voices Online: “Global Voices aggregates, curates, and amplifies the global conversation online – shining light on places and people other media often ignore.”

Last post: Central America: Saying No to Violence Against Women

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