What does a tech journalist do when his magazine is killed by the Internet? Start a blog of course. Follow Vince Sales' tech adventures -- from photography to video games to tablets -- in Third World Nerd.
The Internet is the place geeks call home. Here are 12 of their favorite hangouts.
It has a successful print edition, a tablet edition and a website. Wired is the place to go for in-depth features about technology. It's also helmed by Chris Anderson, the guy who authored the book/ebook/site The Long Tail and helped us all understand the Internet a little better.
Gizmodo is most famous for leaking the iPhone 4 to the public (and experiencing the Apple backlash). In many ways it's like Engadget, but with an attitude.
The bible of camera review sites. And by biblical, we mean the reviews are looonnnggg. The site's reviews are also scientific and measurable, and they're written by some of the most experienced photographers online.
A video game site that's not just about video games. It's also about movies, comics and television shows. Think of it as the Comic-Con of websites.
Let's face it, everyone has an iDevice. All that's left now is to find the perfect iPad/iPhone/iPod accessories and apps. That's where iLounge comes in.
For a more independent twist on video games, drop by Kotaku (based on an invented word that sounds like "otaku," the Japanese word for fan of anime/manga/video games). This is a huge video game blog, but it still manages to feel like a small quirky Japan-obsessed blog.
More than just about unboxing gadgets, Unbox features almost everything in the gadget world. It also has some nifty giveaways.
Once a lone pioneering blogger, Abe Olandres, Yugatech is now a sprawling site run by a small team that gets to local technology and gadgets news fast.
Philippine Mac Users Group
Yes, it's a forum in the era of Facebook. Nevertheless it's the definitive resource for any Pinoy Mac owner where you can get expert advice and link up with like-minded Mac users.
A blog that focuses on improving your life with tech versus just talking about tech. You'll find tons of How To's here and lots of practical advice by people far geekier than you.
What are your favorite techie websites?