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you guys read your own blog? 😛
@stbtra – of course, our employees read it as well as our remote workers, these are “our” favorite sites.
I love the adafruit blog – I make sure to check it every day!
That’s a very good list. Of course there are other blogs and things that are good to check, but have content less frequently(once a month). Most all of the OSHW makers have one. There there are people like Bre Pettis, Joe Grand, and a bunch of other makers.
And don’t forget twitter. Often you’ll see something on twitter making the rounds a day or two before hand.