by: John Caddell
By free I mean it doesn't cost anything. It's also the other kind of "free," too--unconstrained and bold.
What I'm talking about is the insight and information available today on blogs. It's absolutely remarkable what is on the net, as close as your browser or RSS reader. By any measure, it's tenfold or onehundredfold what the most curious reader had access to ten years ago.
I haven't canceled my newspapers yet, but not one of them (not even the Times) can provide a list of contributors this strong. Here is who I read every day, whose insights I cherish and who make me think new things:
Rita Gunther McGrath
Ulla-Maaria Engeström (Hobby Princess)
Cognitive Edge guest blog
Harvard Business School Working Knowledge
So... who am I missing? Who else should be on my RSS feed list?