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A menu of expertise and insight from a passionate crowd

As they'll tell you themselves, the opinions and interests expressed on IBMers' blogs are their own and don't necessarily represent this company's positions, strategies or views. But that doesn't mean we don't want you to read them! Because they do represent lots of business and technology expertise you can't get from anyone else. Scroll through the list to browse, or click the links below to jump down to each letter.

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A Smarter Planet Blog
Lisa Lanspery
A blog featuring forward thinkers from around the world writing about how they are helping build a smarter planet.

Adam Gartenberg’s Blog
Adam S Gartenberg
IBM Data Management and Social Marketing

An Expert's Guide to DB2 Technology
Chris Eaton
Chris is a DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows lifer having worked at IBM on DB2 since its inception.

Andrew Havis - Blog
Andrew Havis
The personal blog of Andrew Havis, from GTS Marketing in the UK. The most prosaic chap in the world, probably...


Bob's Blog
Bob Balfe
Computers, Education, Family and more


Chris Pepin
Christopher Pepin
My perspectives on collaboration, social software, technology and IBM

Collaborate for Success Blog
Jacqi Levy
IBM Partner Blog offering information on Lotus Software Business Partner Incentives, Sales News, Certifications and Discounts.


Daniel Krook
Daniel Krook
Daniel Krook is a Senior IT Specialist at IBM in Armonk, New York. He has over 10 years experience in Web site development and currently builds applications on WebSphere and DB2 along with Apache, MySQL, and PHP. He holds certifications in PHP (ZCE), Java (SCJP, SCWCD), DB2 (IBM Certified Database Associate), and Solaris (SCSA). He occasionally writes PHP-related articles for IBM developerWorks and co-authored the IBM Redbook 'Developing PHP Applications for IBM Data Servers.'


E L S U A ~ A KM Blog by Luis Suarez
Luis Suarez
A blog about Knowledge Management, Communities, Collaboration, Learning, Social Computing and Work/Life Balance

Ed Brill
Edward Brill
Collaboration, technology, travel, and more

elsua on ITTools: The Knowledge Management Blog
Luis Suarez
Welcome to elsua, where you'll find blog posts from the world of Knowledge Management, Collaboration, Communities of Practice, Social Networking, and Web 2.0.



Gendal World
Richard G Brown
Business Integration, Consulting, Economics

gpoul's Out Of Memory Blog
Gerhard Poul
I'm an IT Specialist for Integrated Technology Delivery (ITD) located in Vienna, Austria. Our team is part of Integrated Operations and responsible for service delivery (SD) of WebSphere Middleware...

gunawantw's blog
Gunawan T Wicaksono
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Hooked on Social Networking
Holly Nielsen
My take on social networking, having lived and loved it for the past four years. I'm really enjoying the interaction, and I'm totally jazzed by the possibilities social networking offers to connect with others and make this world a better place.


IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Software, Lung Cancer Advocacy, and other stuff...
Joe Gaeta
My blog about IBM Cloud & Smarter Infrastructure Software, Lung Cancer Advocacy, and occasionally some other thoughts.

IBM SmartCamp blog
Carolyn Rogers
IBM SmartCamp is an exclusive event aimed at identifying early stage entrepreneurs who are developing business ventures that align with our IBM Smarter Planet vision.

IBM Software Business Partner Blog
Jacqi Levy
News and Insights for the IBM Software Business Partner Community

Irving Wladawsky-Berger
Irving Wladawsky-Berger
A collection of observations, news and resources on the changing nature of innovation and the future of information technology.

IT, Life, DB2, pureXML, House Construction, ...
Henrik Loeser


jaunty angle
Karl Roche
Where internal communications meets social media

Jeff Jonas
Jeff Jonas
A collection of thoughts on information management and privacy in the information age, injected with a few personal stories.

Jochen Friedrich's Open Blog
Jochen Friedrich
Reflections on life, openness, and standardisation

John Del Pizzo
John Del Pizzo
Unified Communications, Sametime, Macs, Robots, Politics & Life in general

Jon Mell - Social Collaboration
Jon Mell
My blog on all things social


karel vredenburg blog
Karel Vredenburg
Musings, readings, and insights about design, technology, and optimizing the human experience.

Klaus Johannes Rusch's random thoughts
Klaus Johannes Rusch
Personal views on life, technology, innovation

Nicholas O'Leary
The stuff of legend, or possibly just nonsense.


Learning something new!
Dale Lane
A (nearly!) daily post on something that I've learned today.


Martin Gale's blog
Martin Gale
web 2.0, extended integration, pervasive messaging and other technical tomfoolery

Matias Kreder's Blog
Matias Kreder
Unix, Linux, Android and other open source related stuff.

Maureen's blog
Maureen Leland
Maureen's thoughts on anything from software to her children's behavior

Multichannel Blog
David Uccelli
A blog about ecommerce & multichannel


Notes Goddess
Susan Bulloch
Work, Food and Life



Patrick Mueller
Patrick Mueller
Stuff I'm doing / reading / thinking



Radu's corner
Radu Cadariu
Domino,Java,Foss related stuff or ramblings

Savio Rodrigues
An open source aficionado within the traditional software world


Sam Ruby
Sam Ruby
It’s just data

John Del Pizzo
The inside scoop on Lotus Sametime from the product management team

seb's sanblog
Sebastian Thaele
A blog about storage networks and related technologies, news and hints. Author: Sebastian Thäle, IBM SAN PFE for EMEA in the European Storage Competence Center ESCC in Mainz, Germany.

Shawn Adderly
Shawn Adderly
Shawn's thoughts on Technology, Engineering, and Society

Social Media to Social Business
Sandy Carter
Helping companies move from Social Media to Social Business


The adventures of Coccobill
Stefano Pogliani
Opinions... because I choose. Always !

The Performance Perspectives Blog
Delaney Turner
A blog about business analytics, business intelligence and performance management using SPSS and IBM Cognos software.




Who said supply chains are boring?
Chris Sciacca
Whenever I tell a friend, colleague or family member about my job as soon as the words supply chain are muttered I immediately see glassy eyes followed by a yawn or two.




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