To give this headline a tiny bit of credibility I must add that it’s not me that says this. Eirikso.com is awesome according to Blogvaria. So now I have to list five awesome blogs as well. There are some rules, so group blogs like BoingBoing, Engadget, TUAW and TechCrunch are out… And because this blog is in english I’ll choose blogs in english. Sorry loRdx, Sverkeli, Espen, Andreas, Iacob and all the others… Here we go:
1. Presentation Zen
Fantastic blog about presentation skills and design. Look out for priceless comparisons and links to fantastic content. Not to talk about very good lectures.
2. Thomas Hawk’s digital connection
Fantastic photography, strong opinions and a lot to learn.
Jeff Jarvis talks about the media industry. Still very high quality. Still huge amounts of thoughtful analysis.
4. Seth Godin
Marketing guru and master of telling things clear and simple.
Instead, like a million organizations before them, defending the status quo is far more politically correct than change. So they stand back and let dinky startups with no natural advantages run like crazy.
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Steve Rubel on how technology is revolutionizing media and marketing.
Naaaaah. That wasn’t too original. Big well known high quality blogs. These are essential, but what about the up and coming? The not so well known? Okay:
Mr. Arnesen switched to English and shares thoughts on travel, photography and the internet. Pretty personal blog, but a lot of true marvels in there. Mr Everest up close, fantastic kite images and insane travel descriptions.
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Even Aas-Eng on marketing and new media. About interesting campaigns and important business.
Lasse Klein designs fantastic lamps and tells you about television screens.
4. The Digital Society
You’ll not be overloaded with articles, but when Francis D’Silva writes something it’s good!
Jill Walker on how people tell stories online. And so much more.
And why on earth haven’t you mentioned the truly excellent blog of Mr. Oyvind Solstad? Brilliantdays. Well, he is currently too busy publishing his exellent stuff over at NRKbeta. But no matter where that guy moves you should follow him.
So, Arnesen, Aas-Eng, Klein, D’Silva and Walker. Now you have to list your favourites. And you don’t have to do it twice, like I did here.
There are so many good blogs out there. I share stuff I find as I read it in my Google Reader Shared items. And please comment with stuff you find valuable.
4 thoughts on “This blog is awesome!”
Thank you for including herrklein.com in your list!
These lists are great for discovering more of the overwhelming amounts of great content out there, and I will be updating my subscriptions after reading yours.
Here is a list of five one-person-blogs in English that I keep coming back to:
The beauty of visualisation and visual communication by Andrew Vande Moere.
Mac nerdery, etc. by John Gruber
Geisha Asobi Blog
I love Japan and (almost) everything japanese, but I have yet to go there.
This blog by Asobi Tsuchiya features beautiful, fun, weird and crazy japanese stuff.
A blog for new gadgets, games, gizmos and other weird science by Paul Strauss.
A blog by Jan Chipchase, a developer of future mobile services for Nokia.
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Hi! Great finds, thanks for positng.
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Very nice. I really like these ones:
Have seen them before, but this was a reminder. Think I’ll have to buy a couple of those.