Ferris Bueller knew what he was talking about when he opined, “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” This quote has all sorts of applications, but few as relevant as the ever-changing world of technology, a space where every single day it feels like things have changed all over again.
At Logitech we’re proud to be a part of those changes, but we also keep our fingers on the pulse of innovation outside our doors. Below are a few of our favorite places to keep up to speed on all of the big things happening in the tech industry:.
Fun, fast reads covering every up-to-the minute tech topic you can think of written by MetaFilter founder Matt Haughey, Twitter cofounder Evan Williams, former YouTube product guy Hunter Walk and others.
Provocative? At times. But this group makes up one of the largest and most active communities on Reddit, with a passionate, well informed and prolific group of contributors who oftentimes call out the next big thing before it is even a blip on the radar screen of mainstream media.
Nick Bilton on Bits, The New York Times
Speaking of mainstream media, Bilton offers insightful commentary and downright funny prose, plus multimedia that make the reading even more engaging.
Think of Reddit before it gained popularity and you’ll find Hacker News. This social news aggregator is a graduate of the Y Combinator program and is the de facto home for old-school nerdizens and hackers alike.
This site reports on the daily happenings of the Internet regarding viral content, memes, and trolls, and makes for an entertaining and informative read for those wanting a deeper look into Internet culture.
What are your favorite places to read up on the latest tech trends? Share your top picks below – we’d love to hear from you.