Future Changes has a series on blogs to watch in 2009. One was the AppGap, the group blog I am pleased to be involved with. The post said that AppGap is: “A blog about the future of work and the role new tools play in addressing age-old problems. It’s sponsored by Intuit and built by an excellent little company called Beeline Labs. Here’s what makes it great: it’s written by a group of contributors, most of whom are not employees of Intuit. That makes the blog a great example of what Rick Burnes calls a corporate blog worth reading because it’s “attracting a broad audience by focusing on content that is interesting to the demographic it serves rather than content about the products it sells.”
Stewart Mader, the author of Future Changes blog is also the author of the books Wikipatterns and Using Wiki in Education. I really liked Wikipatterns and did a four part review starting with Wikipatterns Comments - Part One - Wiki Uses. I have had three of the other eleven blogs he wants us to watch in 2009 blong on my blog roll. Some of the others are new and may soon in the list along with Future Changes.