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Marshall Kirkpatrick, ReadWriteWeb

Marshall Kirkpatrick, blogger,
October 2007
 
Read/WriteWeb has been around for three or four years, founded by Richard MacManus. Now it’s in the top #20 most linked to blogs on the net (Technorati) with 130,000 subscribers via RSS and email. Says Marshall: Read/WriteWeb also “has a reputation as one of the most thoughtful and in-depth of the leading 2.0 technology review blogs.” The full staff is 12 to 14 contributors from all over the world, with a handful of in Silicon Valley, and Marshall and Josh Catone at the lead.
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