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Favorite IT Blogs!: June Poll’s Results

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Hi everyone!

Last month, I asked all of you wonderful IT Pros to share your best IT blogs. The response was great, and I’m pleased to share the top results with you below (with my comments for your consideration):
http://packetlife.net – Take a look at the Cheat Sheets in their forum
http://howtogeek.com – Love the Discussion section
http://arstechnica.com – Good mix of trending news and IT topics
http://thegeekstuff.com– Lots of how-to articles
http://lifehacker.com – Interesting overall tech blog
http://gizmodo.com – You can find some cool science articles while you are there
http://etherealmind.com– Greg Ferro’s Blog (@etherealmind)
http://slashdot.org – Very engaged community
http://dvice.com – Just like the header mentions: Tech, Art and Design, Science
You might know some of these already, but hopefully at least a few are new.
Personally, I think blogging is an art – and with so much stuff out there (and so little time), it’s easy to get lost or just overwhelmed. Ultimately, I think a good blog is one that’s relevant, a go-to source for resources, and most of all, a place to engage in conversations with experts and peers.

This Month’s Winners!

Congratulations to this month’s lucky winners of a Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise license: Julian Moorhouse, Jim Jones, Ben Liebowitz and Dragon5150.
For Dragon5150, please send me an email at mtrottier@devolutions.net as I only have your nickname on the blog. For everyone else, I’ll contact you via Google+, but you can also send me an email to claim your license.
Thanks to everyone who have participated. Feel free to leave a comment below and share any new blog recommendations.
And stay tuned for the July poll, coming very soon!
Thanks!
About the Author

Max Trottier

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Maxime has extensive experience in product management, communication and advertising, and has spent the last several years helping renowned organizations bring their high-end solutions to customers worldwide. As Director of Marketing, Maxime leads Devolutions’ international market research and development efforts, along with customer relations and overall business development. He’s driven to bring innovative and cutting-edge solutions to Devolutions’ customers around the globe. Maxime earned his Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Québec at Trois-Rivières, and regularly attends sales and marketing workshops to increase his knowledge and expertise.

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