Great Scott!

A baker's dozen of great Scott blogs...


  1. Dilbert Blog, Scott Adams
  2. Scott Berkun, Scott Berkun (wrote a fantastic book, BTW!)
  3. Scott Kelby's Photoshop Insider, Scott Kelby
  4. HELLO, my name is Blog!, Scott Ginsberg
  5. The Social Media Marketing Blog, Scott Monty
  6. Laughing Squid, Scott Beale
  7. World in Motion, Scott Erb
  8. ISO50, Scott Hansen
  9. Higher Edison, Scott Schwister
  10. Smeech.net, Scott Meech
  11. Do I Dare Disturb the Universe?, Scott Elias
  12. Dangerously Irrelevant, Scott McLeod (yours truly)
  13. edu.blogs.com, Ewan McIntosh (technically a Scot, not a Scott)
  14. Not a bad read in the bunch!

    Update: I can't believe I forgot to include Scott McCloud.com by Scott McCloud. He was born Scott McLeod, just like me. Embarrassing!

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