So Many Blogs, So Little Time to Read Them

September 2005
Journal of Financial Planning;Sep2005, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p12
Academic Journal
This article provides an overview of several Weblogs that provide social and cultural information and news commentary and analysis. Blogs created by high-profile CEOs include those from Jonathan Schwartz of Sun Microsystems, Bob Lutz of General Motors and Randy Baseler of Boeing. There are few good blogs relating to financial services. Among those that are interesting are AAO Weblog and Monty's Bluff. Another growing and lively blogging subculture are Milbloggers, which are comprised of U.S. soldiers overseas typing their place into history.


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