John Tropea has given us his list of 20 blogs I'm currently enjoying and encourages the people on his list to do the same. So, here we go - I managed 18. These are blogs I'm enjoying reading of late. My full reading list covers over 300 blogs and other sources.
- Thinkingshift is a thoughtful blog, lately with longer pieces on KM and science topics.
- Eclectic Bill writes about TOC and his academic experiences around KM.
- Dove Lane offers practical thoughts on KM (and gaming).
- Matt's Musings KM in an entertaining style.
- Stan Garfield's Weekly Knowledge Management blog is a peek into Stan's mind on a weekly basis. [Updated to a new location March 2015]
- Librarians as Knowledge Managers is a relatively new read for me, and he has been entertaining me.
- Uncommon Knowledge has a number of items that have enjoyed recently.
- KM Space is another KM blog that I've been enjoying lately.
- Common Craft has been plying us with those Plain English videos that are spreading like wildfire. Yum.
- Thingamy has a fun, yet cynical take on the world of business and software.
- Anne Truitt Zalenka has been linked a few of my other reads, and I like her thinking.
- Everyday Wonderland doesn't write frequently, but always makes me think about the way I'm approaching life.
- Bridget Houlihan is a friend in Chicago who has restarted her blog on her life in the city.
- Shalom Rav is from the rabbi at our synagogue, with just the right posting frequency for me.
- Parent Hacks inspired by Life Hacker, this one covers workarounds and shortcuts for those of us with urchins.
- confused of calcutta has had some interesting pieces recently, and he generates a goodly number of comments.
- Joho the Blog has been in my reader since before I started blogging, and I always enjoy this peek into Weinberger's mind.
- apophenia has been there a long time too and always with interesting material.
The other entertainment of building this list is that I got to cull out a bunch of dead or otherwise inactive feeds. I removed about 20 to my "are these dead?" list and of those, only one or two had moved their feeds or websites to new locations.
[Update: Grazr no longer exists, link removed.] If you are interested in exploring this list in greater depth, here is a Grazr widget that will let you browse these blogs with their tools. (I haven't played with this a whole lot yet, so bear with it.