I recently asked for recommendations on blogs and sites for tech policy goodness that may have escaped my attention. A few readers have asked for a summary -- so here goes...
--Jim Puzzanghera of the Los Angeles Times goes far afield and recommends the The LA Times Technology blog. I kid. I like the blog a lot. Among the several writers, Puzzanghera posts about tech policy issues and Jon Healey covers digital media issues as well as anyone.
--Chris Soghoian tips us to his blog "Surveillance State". He notes that "while privacy/security is my main area, I do write about tech policy a fair bit." Chris is currently a student fellow at Harvard's Berkman Center for the Internet and, incidentally, has an interesting post up on the current happenings with Berkman's Internet Safety Task Force.
--Not sure how I missed this one before, but I was tipped to Roy Mark of eWeek's tech policy blog, "On the Mark." It's now required reading.
--Robert Canon tells about "Cybertelecom" and says that it is primarily a website -- with associated blogs. Cybertelecom is a not-for-profit educational project focused on Federal Internet law and regulation.
--And, Robert Guera helpfully tells us "that the DC-based Freedom House is covering issues related to internet freedom. Their program website isn't up yet, but they are producing a news letter and delicious feed that could be of interest."
--Guera also recommends Ismael Peña's ICTology as a good site that covers "ICT4D" and tech policy.
Thanks all! And, keep the recommendations coming.