The Most Hard Working Tech Bloggers in the World

The Most Hard Working Tech Bloggers in the World

Meet people who work harder than tech blogging the world. This list is based on the number of blog posts written by any special writer blogger (in English).

Lifehacker editors take the top positions, followed by Tinging’s Errington and Boing Boing’s Corey Doctor. This data has been obtained from rssmeme and can not be 100% accurate (Om Malik, Alan Stern, Download Squad and Bridal Linder of the inquiry are missing) but to help us accept the most difficult souls in the blogosphere Is still good enough for.

The World’s Hardest Working Technical Bloggers

  1. The world’s hardest-working tech bloggers

    1. Adam Pash – Lifehacker 
    2. Kevin Purdy – Lifehacker 

    Adam Pash-Lifehacker-The Most Hard Working Tech Bloggers in the World
    Adam Pash-Lifehacker-The Most Hard Working Tech Bloggers in the World


    3. Gina Trapani – Lifehacker 
    4. Michael Arrington – TechCrunch 
    5. Cory Doctorow – Boing Boing 
    6. Erick Schonfeld – TechCrunch 
    7. Jason Fitzpatrick – Lifehacker 
    8. Mark Frauenfelder – Boing Boing 
    9. Jason Kottke – 
    Kottke.org 
    10. Darren Murph – Engadget 
    11. Jason Kincaid – TechCrunch 
    12. Sarah Perez – 
    ReadWriteWeb 
    13. Jesus Diaz – Gizmodo 
    14. Chris Brogan  – 
    ChrisBrogan.com 
    15. Dion Almaer – 
    Ajaxian 
    16. David Pescovitz – Boing Boing 
    17. Adam Ostrow – 
    Mashable 
    18. Marshall Kirkpatrick – ReadWriteWeb 
    19. Sean Fallon – Gizmodo 
    20. Robert Scoble – 
    Scobleizer 
    21. Jeff Atwood – 
    Coding Horror 
    22. Mark Wilson – Gizmodo 
    23. Xeni Jardin – Boing Boing 
    24. Darren Rowse – 
    Problogger and Twitip 
    25. Frederic Lardinois – ReadWriteWeb 
    26. Phillip Torrone – 
    MAKE 
    27. Richard MacManus – ReadWriteWeb 
    28. Adam Frucci – Gizmodo 
    29. Michael Masnick – 
    Techdirt 
    30. Philipp Lenssen – 
    Blogoscoped 
    31. Fred Wilson – 
    A VC 
    32. Jackson West – Lifehacker 
    33. Robin Wauters – TechCrunch

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