I have upwards of 400 blogs in my RSS reader, and try to turnover my feeds with a fair amount of frequency. There are, of course, a core group of mainstays and it's always a very gratifying experience when I come across a new blogger that is such a find, I feel compelled to spread the word.
Today, I have not one but two bloggers to call attention to:
- Marc Andreessen -- Chances are if you're reading The Ponderings of Woodrow, you are already reading Marc's blog, too. You also don't need an introduction to Marc, who helped create a little something called the web browser and more recently co-founded Opsware (OPSW) and Ning. Andreessen is off to a world-class start with a series of deep, lengthy and thoughtful posts that run the gamut of topics. His Facebook Platform analysis first caught my attention, but I'm still waiting for him to write a post that could be classified as fluff. Another personal favorite, his analogy to big enterprise and Moby Dick.
- John Hagel -- Hat tip to Charlie Wood for this one, but John Hagel has been blogging for almost a year. He's not a frequent blogger, but he falls into the quality over quantity camp. Hagel recently accepted a position with Deloitte to establish a new research center in the Silicon Valley, examining the intersection of IT and business strategy. Hagel's most recent missive, Unanswered Questions at Supernova 2007, helps set the groundwork for the questions he'll be looking to answer in the coming days, months, and weeks.
Note: This is not a
recommendation to buy or sell any security, but is
merely a personal analysis to foster discussion for informational
purposes only. At the time of
this writing, I and/or funds I maintain discretionary control over, did not
maintain a position (long or short) in OPSW.
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