Blogging

I realized that this security blog does not talk about blogging enough. It occurred to me that one of the primary ways I find new and interesting things is through searching, reading, and linking through blogs.

I realized that this security blog does not talk about blogging enough. It occurred to me that one of the primary ways I find new and interesting things is through searching, reading, and linking through blogs. Even though it seems like every blog in the world evenutally points to one of Paul Graham's essays there is still a good reason for *me* to post links to sites that it seems everyone knows about because readers of this security blog might *not* know about them.

So, have you seen www.reddit.com? Start there and you will blow the rest of the day reading about really interesting stuff.

Have you seen Scott Admas' new blog? Somehow he has the time to sort through hundreds of comments to his postings everyday. *And* produce the Dilbert strip.

Are you interested in research reports? Check out the just re-launched site of IT-Analysis. This site posts contributions from independant or boutique analyst firms. Great stuff.

How about rants against research firms? Check out the Gartner Watch blog. Or the sometimes hilarious discussion board on Gartner's stock. Or for Analyst Relations professionals the ARmageddon blog.

I gotta go. There are some blogs to read.

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