Most people call them “blogs”, I know, but “weblog” somehow sounds better to me…

Here are some I read quite often – not in any particular order:

Glenn Fleishman’s GlennLogs. Glenn and his wife sat at my table at this year’s MacMania Geek Cruise. He also maintains 802.11b/Wi-Fi News, an incredibly useful resource for all users of AirPort and other 802.11b wireless technologies.

Dave Winer’s Scripting News and his DaveNet. Dave was a Mac pioneer with outlining softwares ThinkTank and MORE. He’s also co-author of several important protocols such as SOAP and XML-RPC. Often controversial, always worth reading.

Doc Searls’ weblog. Doc also was on that cruise. Among other things, he’s one of the authors of The ClueTrain Manifesto and senior editor at the Linux Journal.

Check out all the weblogs at the O’Reilly Networks. A great resource!

Cory Doctorow’s boingboing. Cory’s a noted columnist and science fiction writer.

Mario AV’s blog (em Português). Mario AV is the pixel artist for Macmania, Brazil’s leading Mac magazine, and incidentally, the author of the “RB” logo you see at the top of this page. Even if you don’t read Portuguese, click on some of his links at the left to dig the cool graphics and photos.

More later…