Friday, 15 June 2007

Top fifty business blogs

The Times has compiled a handy list of the top fifty business blogs. Consider adding a few to your daily reading. Even when they're wrong, the best will surely stimulate. And there's some that just demand a read, like this one, PR man Richard Edelman’s blog, who says, “There is no place in PR for spin . . . We are in the business of presenting reality . . . ”

And another of my favourites: Overlawyered. Sample: “When Sacha Baron Cohen accepted his Golden Globe award for Borat, he famously thanked all the Americans who hadn’t sued him ‘so far’.”

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