Check out Time.com‘s list of the 25 Best Blogs of 2009. The full list is pretty diverse, and includes blogs on topics ranging from astronomy and housekeeping to politics and social media. Pete Cashmore’s Mashable made the list. This is what Time.com had to say about Mashable:
The key insight of Web 2.0 is that information isn’t powerful by itself; what’s powerful are the connections and conversations that turn information into useable knowledge. That’s where Mashable comes in. Founded in July 2005, Mashable is the largest and most popular blog focused on social networking. Besides relaying the latest news about Web 2.0 giants MySpace, YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter, it’s loaded with tips on enhancing your own social networking experience (for example, how to delete the idiotic comments you made on YouTube so a potential employer doesn’t see them) and making your blog more user-friendly.