My Favorite Tech Startup Blogs
April 20, 2011 Leave a comment
There are lots of interesting and insightful tech industry blogs out there, many of which are highly trafficked and very well known. Such properties like Techcrunch, VentureBeat, OnStartups, ReadWriteWeb, Mashable are all great blog and news feeds, but I’d like to share a few of my personal favorites that are popular, but not as mainstream as some of these news sites. Here goes:
Both Sides of the Table. This blog is written by Mark Suster, a leading Los Angeles VC and entrepreneur. Mark interviews entrepreneurs as well as shares his experience as an investor. Not news based, rather techniques and insights for helping entrepreneurs succeed. One of the most active bloggers out there. Follow Mark on Twitter @msuster.
Feld Thoughts. Written by Boulder-based VC Brad Feld, also an entrepreneur and now partner in Foundry Group and co-founder of TechStars. He blogs daily about his experiences, investments and personal use of technology. I’ve met Brad and really enjoy his daily posts. Follow Brad on Twitter @bfeld.
A VC. Written by now legendary VC Fred Wilson, he also posts daily with common sense advice and techniques for entrepreneurs trying to navigate fundraising, selling and operating their businesses. He also blogs about his personal use of technology and investments being made by his firm Union Square Ventures. Follow Fred on Twitter @fredwilson.
Tim Ferriss Blog. Tim is the best-selling author of “The 4-Hour Workweek” and “The 4-Hour Body”, both #1 NYTimes Bestsellers. This blog is incredibly insightful and full of non-intuitive, practical advice for entrepreneurs. I saw Tim speak in Los Angeles, pretty amazing guy. Follow Tim on Twitter @tferriss.
Jason Calacanis Newsletter. Jason is a serial entrepreneur and is into everything startup. Currently the Founder of Mahalo and LAUNCH Conference, Jason puts out a periodic newsletter to subscribers. Go to his website and enter your email in the upper right box under “Jason Nation Newsletter”. Follow Jason on Twitter @jason.
While there are about 30 more on my list, these are my daily favs.
I’ll follow up this post with my favorite Twitter follows (a much longer list).
What are some other great startup blogs out there?