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CEO's blog

I was very interesting what kind of blogs did CEOs write before? But after you read them maybe you will lose your interesting because they are too professional.
Canada
Elliot Noss, Tucows Inc.
Stephane Wharton, Selina Ebert, Blog Agency, Blog-art
Japan
Joichi Ito, President & CEO, Neoteny - blogging since July 1, 1993
United Kingdom
Perry de Havilland, Partner, the Big Blog Company - blogging since June 6, 2003
USA
Joe Agliozzo, CEO, BetterPPC - blogging since May 10, 2004
Matt Blumberg, CEO, Return Path - blogging since May 10, 2004
Buzz Bruggeman, Founder, ActiveWords - blogging since January 10, 2002
Jason McCabe Calacanis, Co-Founder & Chairman, Weblogs, Inc.
Brian Carroll, CEO, InTouch - blogging since Oct 31, 2003
Henry Copeland, Founder, BlogAds - blogging since September 05, 2001
John Estafanous, President, Estco Medical - blogging since December 16, 2004
Brad Feld, Mobius Venture Capital - blogging since May 4, 2004
Rex Hammock, President of Hammock Publishing, Inc. - blogging since August 28, 2000
Kingsley Idehen, Founder and CEO, OpenLink Software - blogging since May 5, 2003
Bob Liodice, President and CEO, Association of National Advertisers - blogging since March 18, 2004
Bob Lutz, Vice Chairman, General Motors Corporation - blogging since January 5, 2005
Kevin Lynch, Chief Software Architect, Macromedia - blogging since February 2, 2003
Alan Meckler, CEO, Jupiter Media - blogging since December 6, 2003
Craig Newmark, founder and director, craigslist.org - blogging since September 11, 2003
Greg Papadopoulos, CTO, Sun Microsystems, blogging since February 7, 2005
Bob Parsons, President, godaddy.com - blogging since December 16, 2004
John R. Patrick, former Vice president of Internet Technology at IBM, on the boards of many organizations, including Opera Software, Jupiter Media and the Global Internet Project - blogging since August 17, 1997
Michael Powell, Chairman, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) - blogging since July 7, 2004
Michael Pusateri, VP of Engineering, Disney ABC Cable Networks Group, blogging since January 21, 2000
Jonathan Schwartz, COO, Sun Microsystems - blogging since June 28, 2004
David Sifry, Founder and CEO of Technorati - blogging since January 8, 2002
Joe Wikert, Vice President and Publisher, John Wiley & Sons, Inc.Professional/Trade division, blogging since February 19, 2005

我以前很想知道那些大公司的首席执行官的部落格是什么样子,但是看了这些部落格后可能会失去兴趣,因为他们太专业了。想读的话可以点上面的连接。

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

mine's "professional"?

Craig
craig@craigslist.org

Living Online said...

Sorry Craig,your blog is normal.I mean some CEO's blogs are too professional or too normal for most people. I don't know what do people want to know.For me,I read blog which can offers some new technology informations to me. I try to translate them to Chinese.I also think people write blog to describe their daily life maybe good for their familes or friends,But not for most people.