What are your favorite news resources?
Many sites online provide us with the latest news and information. What is your "go to" site and what do you like most about it?
Please do not list your own website as resource or any other site that you contribute content to, market, do social media for etc...unbiased opinions only. This question is not to market your stuff but to share what influences us the most.
I visit everyday Business Insider and Huffington Post as they have short and easy to read articles of all kind of categories
CNN, The New York Times, The GameCenter and Yahoo Sports.
twitter.com, facebook.com, youtube.com or twitch.tv, all personalized to my needs.
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Honestly, I get most of news from Facebook, mostly because I check it almost everyday! I know I know, I can't help it.
Following the right set of news resources on Twitter will usually get you a push notification at least 10 minutes before Google picks up a breaking news story.
Google news, US News and World report, LinkedIn News, many trade related sources that are unbiased. Any unbiased source that reports news quickly and accurately without political or religious bias is important.
I'd prefer LinkedIn, as there are lot more stuffs that gets updated sooner and is quite shared up by the fellow members. Asides, by moving with the technical concepts, I do prefer the articles from SEOMoz (especially the Whiteboard Friday). I feel well fixed with these two options.
LinkedIn is the most powerful online provider for new ressources and information.
I just asked you to connect to my network.
I learned from people and from their activity and websites.
See you soon on LinkedIn i hope!
In my view, various Research Documents and activities of NGOs / INGOs can give news.. News is not always the updated report, but the information that would have community interest.
I'm a big fan of Linkedin and Twitter honestly. I follow the local papers, and a few national news outlets. It allows me to catch a quick blurb and decide what I want to read more of.
Don't laugh: Facebook :) I am surrounded and befriended with people and groups I have interest in and I just realised the fact that my facebook news feed does not consist of baby pictures, food snapshots and "I just releived myself" statuses but rather with links and comments of relevant news stories linked to outside content with more detail.
Other sources are simple aggregations thru RSS feeds that offer fast overview on specific topics you might be interested.