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Sites You Should Visit Everyday: Tech News and Trends
No matter who you are, you need to know what’s going on. Whether you are a web designer, developer, communications professional, social media guru, online marketer, or just a plain old technophile, you need your daily dose. To help out I have put together a series of lists of essential sites you should visit everyday.
Visiting these sites daily will help you in all your endeavours by:
- giving you the knowledge to make the best decisions or offer the best advice
- establishing yourself as a legitimate tech/web authority for marketing or communications purposes
- providing you with fodder for posting to social media/sharing sites for content marketing/SEO activities
- helping you kill that next job interview
- keeping you relaxed and balanced by feeding your intellectual curiosity
Today’s list is websites that cover Tech News and Trends. They have been chosen for the breadth and depth of their coverage (wide range of subject matter and quality of analysis), frequency of coverage (several new stories daily), and user ability to easily follow/share on major social media sites. Since video is increasing popular on the web, I have included a link to each website’s Youtube Channel (if it exists).
arstechnica – Serving the Technologist for more than a decade. IT news, reviews, and analysis. | NO Youtube Channel
ReadWriteWeb – ReadWriteWeb is a popular weblog that provides Web Technology news, reviews and analysis, covering web apps, web technology trends, social networking and social media. | NO Youtube Channel
WIRED – Get in-depth coverage of current and future trends in technology, and how they are shaping business, entertainment, communications, science, politics, and culture at Wired.com. | Youtube Channel