Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Potomac area PR, marketing and tech blogs

There are now sixty-four blogs on the Tech on the Potomac RSS reader. These blogs are chosen because they are from the Greater Washington, DC area, deal primarily with PR, marketing, technology, or government affairs. If you know of a local business or tech blog that belongs on this list, please let me know.

.net DEvHammer

NET Ramblings - Brian Noyes' Blog

360 Digital Influence

Justin Burtch

BetterECM - russ stalters' Blog on Exploring NextGen ECM

BGNonline Business Growth Network

Business Oriented Design

CaseySoftware, LLC - Supporters & Developers of dotProject - Connecting Developers, Building Worlds

Chris Abraham - Because the Medium is the Message

CMS Watch Trends and Features - Connecting Developers, Building Worlds


Conrad Agramont's WebLog


Destination Creation

Dr. Identity (Identity Theft Prevention)
EchoDitto blogs

ECM Industry Watch

Fair And Biased

HighVizPR + Promotion = the new journalism. Politics = Show Biz! News is entertainment?

HITSphere Health IT and Informatics Community - The place to share your ideas, rumors, and complaints about Healthcare IT and Medical Informatics


Jeet's world

Jim Buie's Blog

Jonathan Cogley's Blog

Ken Yarmosh on Digital Technology's Impact on Business, Life, and Culture.

Kensington Business Solutions

Loosely Coupled Thinking

Luis de la Rosa

MGilly's QA Blog


New Persuasion

Occam's Razor

One Nomad's Blog

Pensieri di un lunatico minore

Potomac Flacks

Presto Vivace Blog

Serge van den Oever [Macaw]

Shahid's Perspectives's media

Software Craftsmanship


Ted's Take - The blogging site of Ted Leonsis

The 463: Inside Tech Policy

The BLT: The Blog of Legal Times

The Buzz Bin

The D-Ring: Where the military and new media collide

The Disco Blog

The Healthcare IT Guy

The Idea Ether

The Intelligent Enterprise Blog

The Project On Government Oversight (POGO) Blog

The Tom Kyte Blog

The Webpreneur


Viget's Four Labs

vosi's StumbleUpon Blog

vosi's StumbleUpon Favorites


Steve Field said...

Thanks for posting this list... it's great to see other bloggers in the area!

Alice said...

I have been meaning to do this for a while. For one thing, there is nothing like a list of bloggers to gin up awareness, and partly to publicize the RSS reader.