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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by S600MBUSA, Dec 31, 2007.
Aside from Macrumors, from what sites do you get your technology and computer news?
IRC (silly editor won't let me capitalize the acronym properly unless I include other words)
I use RSS feeds on my iGoogle homepage (Engadget, Valleywag, Technorati, Gizmodo, Appleinsider, and boingboing). I also listen to a lot of pod/vidcasts like TWiT, Textra, Cranky Geeks, GigaOm, Diggnation, and Tekzilla.
And of course I can't go an hour without checking Digg.
Engadget RSS delivered to mail.
Engadget and Gizmodo, primarily. I used to read The Register and Inquirer, but as the years went on, I decided that I like reading about and seeing pictures of shiny new gadgets more than I care about technical details of future products and hearing about what's going on with all the various companies in the business.
Slashdot, Engadget and Gizmodo are fine for me.
RSS (Google Reader):
.net top stories
A List Apart
Apple Support - Most Recent Articles
BBC News | Technology | World Edition
DOM Scripting Blog
Four Thirds Cameras and Lenses
Mac OS X Downloads - Home
MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors
MacRumors Page 2
N.Design Studio - Blog & Design
Nyheter - IDG.no (Norwegian)
O'Reilly Digital Media Blog
Reg Hardware from The Register - Mac
Reg Hardware - News: Mac
Reg Hardware - Reviews: Mac
rss - IDG.no/Tester (Norwegian)
The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs
This Day in Apple History (seems to be dead, haven't bothered to find out)
Web Designer Wall - Design Trends and Tutorials
Worse Than Failure
I subscribe to more, but this is the tech related ones...
I used to really like Digg, but that site it almost completely worthless now. It's either email-forward type material (AMAZING pic at #1, etc etc), or Ron Paul spam. Great.
Now it's just MacRumors, with a smattering of Engadget mixed in for good measure.