If I like... I will like


I’m trying to find more blogs/magazines to read.

So I’m going to drop names and ask you to drop some more. Paradigmatic stuff, in other words. For each number.

  1. Seth Godin: Seth’s Blog
  2. Gary Vaynerchuk: Gary Vaynerchuk (entrepreneurs)
  3. Clay Shirky: Clay Shirky’s Internet Writings
  4. Harry Roberts: CSS Wizardry—CSS, Web Standards, Typography, and Grids by Harry Roberts
  5. Chris Coyier: CSS-Tricks
  6. Ototmc: Web Building | One Two One Two Microphone Check
  7. A list apart: A List Apart
  8. Nicole Sullivan: Stubbornella
  9. David Walsh: David Walsh - MooTools, Dojo Consultant
  10. Chris Sealey: 51bits – UI Design & Front-End Web Development from Sydney

(1 & 3share similar approaches, I guess. Like 4 & 5. 8, on the other hand, has a more abstract approach to css. Yet I kept those ressources separated because I feel they have a different angle to a shared topic).

I usually check sixrevisions.com and smashingmagazine every so often. They’ve had some good articles on a wide range of web development topics.