My favorite 35 feeds for the past month

Google Reader tells me today: From your 684 subscriptions, over the last 30 days you read 32,879 items, and shared 1,693 items.

Out of those, here’s my top 35 feeds that I’ve put on my link blog, so these are my real favorite blogs out of the 684 technology industry blogs I’m currently reading.

  1. Mashable! (items shared: 93)
  2. Planet Intertwingly. (61)
  3. TechCrunch . (60)
  4. MSDN Blogs (which has more than 3,000 Microsoft employees blogging on it). (41)
  5. GigaOM Network. (46)
  6. Read/WriteWeb. (25)
  7. Media 2.0 Workgroup. (24)
  8. Wired’s Epicenter. (22)
  9. Lifehacker. (22)
  10. AppScout. (19)
  11. Vecosys. (19)
  12. MAKE Magazine blog. (17)
  13. VentureBeat. (17)
  14. 901am. (15)
  15. Adobe Blogs (lots of Adobe bloggers). (15)
  16. Engadget. (15)
  17. Gizmodo. (15)
  18. NewTeeVee. (15)
  19. PaidContent. (15)
  20. StartupSquad. (15)
  21. Beet.TV. (13)
  22. O’Reilly Radar. (12)
  23. Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang — he works with me. (12)
  24. Boing Boing. (11)
  25. CrunchGear. (11)
  26. Digg/Technology. (11)
  27. dzone.com. — links for developers. (11)
  28. Google Blogoscoped. (11)
  29. Thomas Hawk, photographer. (11)
  30. Andy Beal’s Search and Internet Marketing. (10)
  31. Loren Feldman’s 1938 Media — funny videos. (9)
  32. Dare Obasanjo, dev at Microsoft. (9)
  33. Ryan Stewart’s Rich Internet App Blog. (9)
  34. Geeksugar. (9)
  35. Google Maps Mania. (9)

Congrats to everyone on this list, you are the top of the top.

What are your favorite tech blogs?
Any that aren’t on my list? I’ll put up the list every few months or so.

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  3. Social softwareisms, start-up soup, big blog egos, blogger penis envy de jour, developer insider-baseball games, Microsoft political warfare daily newbits, and an endless sea of gadget blogs.

    What fun…

    PS – Jim, Gearlog and AppScout don’t really work, needs breaking news, and quick sarcastic spikes. Trying to go quasi-analysis, yet on a short attention span blog format, be mixing the metaphors. Plus it’s boring and half reads like just a condensed version of the press release. You need personality writers, not droning cub reporters, and the multiple writers, kills any personality sense itself. Plus half the stuff on Gearlog is all labled “[via Engadget]” or “[via Gizmodo]“. So it seems you still need those “rumors”. Gearlog is boring and blah. Mary Jo Foley style works however, breaking real reporting, not just an endless sea of products. Commodity marketing group blogs under a ZDNETiffy banner, is the surest way to kill them.

  4. Social softwareisms, start-up soup, big blog egos, blogger penis envy de jour, developer insider-baseball games, Microsoft political warfare daily newbits, and an endless sea of gadget blogs.

    What fun…

    PS – Jim, Gearlog and AppScout don’t really work, needs breaking news, and quick sarcastic spikes. Trying to go quasi-analysis, yet on a short attention span blog format, be mixing the metaphors. Plus it’s boring and half reads like just a condensed version of the press release. You need personality writers, not droning cub reporters, and the multiple writers, kills any personality sense itself. Plus half the stuff on Gearlog is all labled “[via Engadget]” or “[via Gizmodo]“. So it seems you still need those “rumors”. Gearlog is boring and blah. Mary Jo Foley style works however, breaking real reporting, not just an endless sea of products. Commodity marketing group blogs under a ZDNETiffy banner, is the surest way to kill them.

  5. Glad you like our AppScout site. We went full text RSS last month (without telling anyone, to see what the effect would be), and it looks like it worked — at least for you!!!!

    We also went full text on Gearlog.com, so if that’s not in your newsreader (I checked, it doesn’t appear to be), you might consider adding it. It’s not rumors, it’s real gear and gadget facts from our lab analysts and editors.

  6. Glad you like our AppScout site. We went full text RSS last month (without telling anyone, to see what the effect would be), and it looks like it worked — at least for you!!!!

    We also went full text on Gearlog.com, so if that’s not in your newsreader (I checked, it doesn’t appear to be), you might consider adding it. It’s not rumors, it’s real gear and gadget facts from our lab analysts and editors.

  7. Actually, I don’t have time to read as much as you do Robert (wife just gave birth). So, I depend on you to write up the best of the best.

    Hey, maybe you should do some techie award show kind of non-conference thingy. I’ll be happy to help out with that.

    Even nerds need to be given awards!

  8. Actually, I don’t have time to read as much as you do Robert (wife just gave birth). So, I depend on you to write up the best of the best.

    Hey, maybe you should do some techie award show kind of non-conference thingy. I’ll be happy to help out with that.

    Even nerds need to be given awards!

  9. Robert, you once mentioned wanting to share your opml file somehow. We invite you to put it onto blogrovr, from where folks can subscribe to it easily in whatever tool they like.

    And for those who can’t read ALL that material end to end, they can have rover fetch stories from those blogs about wherever they browse and answer the question: What has Scoble read about what I’m browsing?

    Get in touch if you’re ready to share the Scoble bundle!

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