However, I promised I'd share the sites I read daily, and their URLs. Note: some of the ones below are XML/RSS feeds.:
- 1SRC: the source for all news about the Palm OS.
- The Best Of Craigs List: I have rarely read more funny stuff from and about humans. The breakup letter from a woman to Trader Joe's? Classic.
- The Blog Maverick: Mark Cuban, founder of Broadcast.com (which he sold to Yahoo for $400 million) and the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, holds court in a frank, stream of consciousness blog on all things, from movies to stocks to sports.
- Carbwire: Looking for low carb food ideas? They seem to have some of the best!
- Engadget: The definitive source for gadget news, period.
- Bill Simmons, the Sports Guy: My muse, my idol. Like you thought HE wouldn't be here...
- Gizmodo: Hasn't been the same since Joel left, but an excellent companion to Engadget.
- Lani's Blog: The human movie encyclopedia blogs her daily life.
- Kevin Smith's Boring Ass Life: my spiritual (and often physical) twin blogs between movies, comics, and radio shows.
- New York Times' Technology section: it may not be the latest, but the depth is impressive. Covers gadgets, web, and more.
- SciFi Channel's News: Want to know the latest about science fiction movies, books, or television? SciFi, home of Battlestar Galactica, has got you covered.
- SFGate.com News: The San Francisco Chronicle is definitely getting MUCH better. With the decline of the San Jose Mercury News, it's definitely the pre-eminent paper here. And finally, some hard hitting journalism from a notoriously puff piece paper. The Sports, Business, and Bay Area sections are also on my list. Hey, I read the paper daily; I'm a creature of habit, but no messy newsprint!
- SI.com's NFL News: Yeah, I'm a football junkie. SI.com covers the top headlines.
- Slate.com: The best political online magazine. Great podcasts, too!
- Pete's Treough Blog: Pete is a man of diverse interests. Follow along, and be inspired.
- Tretakoff Musings: Ok, I don't read it, but when someone says "You have a blog?" I smile, and pull it up for them.
Yes, I mostly read them all, daily: the benefits of a 30 minute ferry ride and being a speed reader. Kevin Smith's and Bill Simmons' posts can keep me busy for sometime, but luckily, they don't post every day!