My favorite Mac sites, Part I

    I love writing about Macs. It’s my dream job. In all honesty, there isn’t anything in the entire world that I’d rather be doing career-wise. Part of that enjoyment comes from the community. Receiving a cheery email from one of our readers is one of the nicest feelings I have the capacity to experience. The other warm and fuzzy component of the community is other Mac writers. Not only do I love having one-on-one discussions with some of them, but I truly enjoy reading their content.

    In this post, I’d like to highlight a few of my favorite Mac blogs. Mind you, I read dozens, so this is far from a complete list. Expect more to come in the days ahead.

    Daring Fireball

    If you care at all about Apple, you need to be reading John Gruber’s (in)famous website. His take on technology is concise and wonderful. Sometimes I don’t agree with him, but I am never bored with his Apple coverage. Sports coverage on the other hand…

    Minimal Mac

    I hate clutter, but I live in a world with lots and lots of it. Reading Minimal Mac might just shame me into throwing out some of the junk I don’t actually need.

    The Apple Blog

    The team over at GigaOm do a bang-up job tackling the Apple news and opinions for a broader audience. If you’d like a great place to start for Apple coverage, you could do a lot worse than The Apple Blog.

    Cult of Mac

    Cult of Mac is everywhere I want to be. They do not take a break from covering everything out there relating to Apple. I applaud their dedication. I could learn a lot from them due to my lack of the newshound gene. Great work.

    Remember to keep an eye out for more posts in this series. I have quite a few more sites I want to plug.

    Grant is a writer from Delaware. In his spare time, Grant maintains a personal blog, hosts The Weekly Roar, hosts Quadcast, and writes for video games.