Sites trusted by WikiTribune include
Reuters, Associated Press, BBC News
New York Times, Washington Post, Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, Economist, Axios, Quartz, BuzzFeed Investigations, New Yorker, Guardian, Politico, Bloomberg, Nature
I like Economist, BBC, Guardian, Axios and Politico best. CBC is pretty good too.
My second and third favourite sources of information in 2011 are audio:
• Audio books
I pretty much always have an audio book or two in progress, buying most of those from Audible.com. … Sadly not every book I want is available in audio.
Audio podcasts are still quite crude. The most evolved, however, are superb: RadioLab, This American Life, CBC Spark, Economist Editor’s Highlights, and On The Media. Almost all audio podcasts are still free.
But my main sources of information … my most trusted … my most detailed and nuanced … are blogs.
The best are labours of love by passionate, often amateur writers. Most bloggers are unpaid, spending thousands of hours focused on a specific topic simply because they love that topic.
more photos of bloggers
For example, the best Apple blog is Daring Fireball. I don’t pay much attention to any other.
I do whatever I’m told by Michael Geist when it comes to Canadian government regulation of the internet. A big election issue right now.
There are 4-5 essential blogs on gymnastics, but if I only was allowed to read one blogger it would be Blythe Lawrence.
If you read Kraig Becker, you’ll know more about outdoor adventure than you’ll ever need to know for one lifetime.
… Those are just a few examples. Leave a comment if you’ve got a blog that I should follow.
(blogger photos via Spark)