Top 50 Blogs & Bloggers Inspired Me To Become Professional Blogger

Today one of my (MBA)class mate and good friends in Madurai Kamraj University has asked me that why I have become blogger.I have no direct reply of his question but a brief reply always with me.So the reply is going to post here for our readers.Blogging is a global discipline to express own self towards the world and it has no limitation of boundaries. Blogging is the methods of liking reading blog, and finding it harder and harder to find new good topics of real time or evergreen.My thing is technology and I read technology,write tech, talk tech,eat tech,sleep and breathe tech.So With that in my mind I share my favorite tech blogs here.I am one of the regular visitor of the top 50 blogs and I am being inspirited by the top bloggers of my selection.You may not be agree with me but these top 50 blogs really useful to any internet user as well as common people.[Admin disclaimer:I have no personnel communication with those bloggers.But I love them and the stuffs,so my recommendation shouldn’t be tainted whatsoever.]top 50 bloggers inspired me
Here the list of top 50 blogs inspired me to become professional blogger.
Michael Arrington(founder),Heather Harde (CEO),Erick Schonfeld(EDITOR IN CHIEF) and etc. have brings Lots of news of tech,Not always right,but always interesting and frequently first.

Matt Marshall(Founder & Editor-in-Chief) and
Dylan Tweney(Executive Editor)have setup a firehouse of news about startups,innovation,and cool products coming in the tech world.

Nicole Solis(Managing Editor),Katie Fehrenbacher(Senior Writer And Features Editor),Barb Darrow(Senior Writer) and team has brought to to you Some news,but mostly really smart analysis of the tech world.GigaOM has grown into the leading provider of online media,events and research for global technology innovators.
Richard MacManus(Founder and Editor-in-Chief),Sean Ammirati(Chief Operating Officer),Robyn Tippins(Community Manager)and team have brought to you Some news,lots of smart people talking tech.


Chris Anderson(Editor in Chief),CHRIS BAKER,(Senior Editor),JOHN C. ABELL(New York City Bureau Chief) and team have brought to you Less about startups and the valley,more about tech and real life.

Boris Veldhuijzen van Zanten(founder),Arjen Schat(co-founder)and Patrick de Laive(co-founder)have given techno wold Funnier,more lighthearted,but still great news.


Jim Kerstetter(Senior executive editor),Laura K.Cucullu(Senior editor,features & programming),Lee Koo(Community manager),Emily Dreyfuss(Associate editor)and team bring to techno world with top News,always with a focus on “what does it mean for users?”This is now blog.

Pete Cashmore(Founder & CEO),Sharon Feder(Chief Operating Officer),Lance Ulanoff(Editor in Chief),Adam Ostrow(Senior Vice President of Content and Executive Editor)and team have brought to techno world every thing about social media news,reviews and tips and this one’s dominant.
Arthur O.Sulzberger Jr.(Chairman and Chief Executive Officer),Michael Golden(Vice Chairman),Doreen A.Toben(director,Corporate Human Resources),Desiree Dancy (Chief Diversity Officer and Vice President)and team has founded the co venture of The New Yorks Time Company.It has not a lot of exclusive content,but world class brilliant writers and smart commentary.
10.Digital Inspiration:–
Amit Agarwal one of the top talented IIT degree holder has founded digital inspiration in late 2004.He is clever,easy to understand,and full of cool and interesting tips for internet savvy to common users.

[Due to lack of space,it is not possible to give all bloggers details here]

An awesome resource for anything and everything Apple.
12. Google Blogoscoped:–

Keeping up with Google is darn near impossible, and Blogoscoped makes it a lot easier to manage.
13. Silicon Alley Insider:– 

Very business-heavy,but great angles on news stories.
14. Ars Technica:– 

Heavy on the geekery,but full of interesting thoughts and niche pieces.Tech and Web Design
15. Six Revisions:– 

Tips,tools,and great lists of design resources.
16. Smashing Magazine:– 

Perfect site for the designer newbie,full of great tips and tutorials.
17. Noupe:– 

Roundups(like“50 best free icon sets”),and constantly bookmark this site.
18. Hongkiat:–

Basically ditto above,but with a slightly broader focus in design.
19. I Love Typograhy:– 

Love fonts and typefaces?Can’t beat this site.
20. Design Observer:– 

More tips,tricks,and tutorials about tech.
21. Swiss Miss:– 

The musings of a designer,with a heavy focus on the funky and quirky bits of the design world.
22. Outlaw Design Blog:– 

Lots,and lots,and lots of great free resources.
How-Tos and Reviews.

23. MakeUseOf:–

Endless resource of Top 10 Lists,and geeky hacks you might want to try.
24. gHacks:– 

Deeper cuts in tech than MUO,but still great for news,tips,and tutorials.
25. Lost in Technology:– 

Much more approachable than the above sites,it is a great blog to wade into without much knowledge required.
26. Mac AppStorm:– 

The best Mac apps on the planet get showcased here.
27. Web AppStorm:– 

A lots of fun but with Web apps.
28. FreelanceSwitch:– 

Tips,tools,tricks and help for anyone living the freelance lifestyle(more and more of us these days).
29. 40Tech:– 

Encountering tech,particularly geared toward those over 40,but really useful for anyone with Commentators.
30. Daring Fireball:– 

John Gruber is the smartest man on the planet when it comes to Apple.
31. Pogue’s Posts:– 

David Pogue’s funny,smart,and a great representative of the common man.
32. Skelliewag:– 

Skellie’s making blogging and the Web her life, chronicling it all the way.
33. Scripting News:– 

Dave Winer’s as important to the tech landscape as anyone(he is the godfather of RSS,among other things),and his thoughts on any subject are a must-read.
34. Search Engine Land:– 

Danny Sullivan knows his stuff when it comes to search—and there is a lot more to it than you might think.
35. All Things D:– 

A group of thinkers from the Wall Street Journal,all discussing,analyzing and talking tech.
36. Dustin Curtis:– 

I like his site looks more than anything,but he is a great observer of the world of blogging, design,and art.
37. MinimalMac:– 

Mostly a links roundup,but a phenomenal resource for anyone looking to make their Mac work for them.
38. Lifehacker:– 

The grand poobah of “little things to make your life more productive,more efficient,and more awesome”blogs.
39. Unclutterer:– 

Much-needed help for getting the crap out of our way so we can get important things done.
40. HackCollege:– 

Tons of useful tips on hacking college and succeeding in school,but with ideas useful for newbie researchers. 

41.  Smarterware:– 

Gina,the founder of Lifehacker,took to Smarterware to share more great tricks,and never disappoints.
42. Did I Get Things Done?:– 

Mostly lists of links,recently,but Andrew’s got a great grip on what’s interesting in the productivity blogosphere.
43. Lifehack:– 

Somewhat broader in its thinking than Lifehacker,but a great place to find tips to make every little piece of your life work a little better.

Short,simple posts with tangible ideas on how to make yourself more productive.
45. Switched:– 

All things geek,particularly the culture of techies that is forming.
46. Make Magazine:– 

Do awesome stuff with your stuff. That should totally be their tagline.
47. Gizmodo:– 

A blog is fully dedicated to Gadgets,gadgets, gadgets.
48.Boy Genius Report:– 

They are full of rumors and leaks,and are almost always right.
49. jkOnTheRun:– 

Arguably the most seasoned gadget-heads out there,they are a smart,thoughtful,and objective resource for all things gadget and mobile.
50. Boing Boing:– 

The interesting,quirky,strange,and weird things in the tech world.
I agree that some of blogs are not for all directly but they are related to common internet users.There is an incredible amount of quality in the tech blogosphere which can surely inspire any one to become blogger.

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  1. Really all blogs are inspire any one to become professional blogger.Thanks for sharing this .

  2. This is an awesome blog post. I visited few of the sites above such as Techcrunch and ...but I will rest of them to see what content they are giving...

  3. Nice list of 50 blogs

    thanks for sharing this.

  4. thanks for sharing the list, its really informative and inspirational.

  5. thanks a lot for sharing this huge list !! really very inspirational list !!

  6. Thanks so much for including me on this list. It's always an honor to be mentioned!

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  8. This is a huge list of tops blogs. I have heard of some of them but not all of them. A good list. I now know where to go for the list. Thank you for compiling them.

  9. Excellent post but why you haven't added on the the biggest tech blog RedmondPie?
    kindly check that also otherwise awesome post.

  10. Ok......... I'm Also Like those blogs and bloggers. Great listing yaar........

  11. It's difficult to find well-informed people in this particular topic, however, you seem like you know what you're talking about!

  12. Very inspiring blogs! Well consolidation n thanks for sharing. Really I like this post and I hope this would help for many bloggers to follow n learn.

  13. This design is incredible! You certainly know how to keep a
    reader amused. Between your words and your videos, I was almost moved to start my own blog Great job. I really enjoyed what you had to say, and
    more than that, how you presented it. Too cool!

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