Lack of Inspiration; Need New Sources

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This being the end of the year, I’ve been doing a long overdue cleanup of some of my various information sources, the first being Google Reader. After taking a look at the over 300 subscriptions I had there, and removing all of the ones who haven’t posted in 2011, and a number of ones I simply don’t care about any more, it occurs to me that a large part of why I’ve been struggling to find things to write about outside of eDiscovery and Litigation Support is due to an utter lack of good sources of information about Tech or Photography, for example.

Of course, this seems odd. The tech blogosphere is where I first learned about blogging, and where I used to find a ton of inspiration. However, I realize now that I’ve really lost touch with it. It seems the only tech news sources I’ve been following have mostly been consumed with iPhone/Android comparisons, and Google +/Facebook/Twitter comparisons. What happened to all the folks working in IT sharing their learning experiences? Where have the tech support folks gone? 😉

So, now that my subscription list has gone from over 300, to just about 180, I’m looking for suggestions. What are your favorite blogs? What are the best sources of information about technology, photography, and yes, litigation support and legal technology, as well?

My RSS reader needs some new content!

3 Responses

  1. Jenn Steele
    | Reply

    …I went into marketing. Sorry! 🙂

    • Mike McBride
      | Reply

      Funny thing is, as I was going through the list of blogs that haven’t posted in forever, I was struck by the number of people who I know don’t work in IT any more. I’m not sure what that says really.

  2. Andy
    | Reply

    I’m still here and working in IT 😉 Although I haven’t blogged much 🙁 Life, running and being burnt out has changed that – hoping 2012 turns things around more.

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