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ZDNet blogs beef up

If you've been perusing our blogs of late you've probably stumbled across some new faces. We've recently added seven new bloggers focused on key areas for us.
Written by Larry Dignan, Contributor on

If you've been perusing our blogs of late you've probably stumbled across some new faces. We've recently added seven new bloggers focused on key areas for us.

Here's the roll call:

Harry Fuller and Heather Clancy Collins have launched our new Green Technology blog called GreenTech Pastures. Harry examines cutting edge green technology such as pre-fab solar houses. Heather is focused on the environmental issues surrounding IT.

Meanwhile, our enterprise programming block has also gotten stronger. Michael Krigsman joins us to man our Project Failures blog. After all, sometimes IT isn't pretty. Michael explores IT shenanigans--one of my favorite pastimes.

In addition, Dennis Howlett has started our new blog Irregular Enterprise. Dennis has examined Web 2.0's impact on the enterprise and where Facebook fits into your business. He talks about all the stuff your software vendor won't.

Dennis and Michael join an enterprise team that includes Phil Wainewright, Joshua Greenbaum, Dana Gardner, Joe McKendrick and Dan Kusnetzky to name a few.

We've also expanded coverage into other key verticals. Dana Blankenhorn has picked up ZDNet Healthcare. IT was supposed to reinvent healthcare. Dana will examine why we're still waiting and our doctors are covered in files.

On the open source and Linux front Dana is joined by Paula Rooney, a veteran open source reporter. Paula's first volley came this week with Linuxworld coverage.

And last but certainly not least is David Morgenstern, a longtime Apple watcher who joins Jason O'Grady on the Apple Core. This is my second stint with David and it's a pleasure to have him on board. Jason O'Grady can take the intro from there.

Welcome all and stay tuned for more additions later this month.

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