Where Do You Go For Good Content?

By Deane Barker on December 16, 2003

Where do you go to read good content? I got to thinking the other day that most Web content is ephemeral — short bits of content you can read in 30 seconds or less (like blogs) or news articles written in inverted pyramid format which encourages you to stop reading whenever you get bored.

So we’re on the Web do you go to read good, long-form content? Content of more than, say, 10 consecutive paragraphs about one topic?

My votes go to Kuro5hin, Snopes, the New York Times, O’Reilly’s Safari (though, those are complete book reprints, so maybe they don’t count), Plastic (a little short to qualifiy), and Eric Raymond’s Web site.

How about you? Where do you go for good content?

Gadgetopia

Comments

  1. I go to a little site called gadgetopia…really…shut up i’m serious….Deane has me under his spell….

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