Tuesday, October 03, 2006

Company Blogs

Yesterday I was reading NPR's blog Mixed Signals and I started to wonder what other companies have blogs.

I knew that Google, Yahoo, Starbucks and FedEx all have blogs. There's even a Fortune 500 Business Blogging Wiki.

However, I am more interested in small companies that have blogs. I started researching this and this is what I have found so far. (i am staying away from my usual alphabetical order. These are listed in the order in which I found them).

Timberlines Blog

Carolina Adirondack

Nathan's Restaurant

Green Cine Daily

Mothership Barbecue

Cakelove

Larabar

Residential Landscape Lighting

One Black Bird Pottery Company

Eli's Cheesecake Blog

Two Maids

The Bees Knees Diner Ware

Far Flung Crafts

The publisher Raincoast Books has a wonderful blog, but for the life of me I can't seem to link to it.

I know there's many that I have missed. If you know of any other blogs feel free to let me know.

"Most people in big companies are administered, not led. They are treated as personnel, not people." Robert Townsend,
Further Up the Organization

4 comments:

Marc said...

Thanks for listing Eli's Cheesecake on your list of Blogs.

Marc Schulman
President
Eli's Cheesecake

Libby said...

Hi Marc,

You are so welcome. If I am ever in your neighborhood believe me I will be stopping by. Love cheesecake. Take Care, Libby

Monique said...

Hi Libby, I'm glad you like the Raincoast blog. I'm not sure why it wouldn't let you link to it, so here's my attempt at a direct link.

http://blogs.raincoast.com

Thanks for the mention.

Cheers.

Anonymous said...

Hello there Ms. Libby,

Oh, I love your blog but I am having so much trouble reading it... all dark blue text on dark brown background. Consider, uh, just for me? but maybe others, switching to a more boring template? A couple other ones on beta blogger Scribe are really hard to read too. Sorry. I miss you but having lots of troubles. My blog too. A friend told me to switch to Blog City, run by British guys, supposedly very friendly and free and easy to manipulate? Worth checking out?

your oddballl pal, DL