Narrowing my own list down to 25 proved difficult. So much so that I decide to dedicate a quick post to "honourable mentions". So here we go (in no particular order and many more could be added here ...)
- Christopher Poirier: a rising star in the SMEM world. Made quite an impact in the last few weeks through his blog and twitter account.
- Chris Hall, AKA @thefiretracker2 on Twitter. A regular participant in the #smemchat every Friday. Contributes to the general advancement of SM in EM with lots of insight and experience. A trusted voice with opinions!
- Sara Estes Cohen: a true SMEM entrepreneur with her fingers in many SMEM pies (and that's a good thing!) from her work with DHS first responders group, sharing on Twitter and on her blog. Her work was highlighted in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene.
- The Emergency2.0 Wiki: an Australian project with a global reach with contributors from around the world (including me). The official launch occurred just a couple of weeks ago but the wiki is already proving to be a valuable resource for the public and EM professionals.
- Bob Gourley: if you're into cybersecurity, critical infrastructure and national security, his blogs (he has many) are the place to go. Must read, influential and very well informed.