When we created the SAY 100 in February of this year, we set out to capture the ways in which media is changing; the way the power to shape opinion is shifting from the faceless editorial voice of magazines and newspapers to individuals. Which of course means the SAY 100 was designed to change too.
We're excited to announce some new additions to the to SAY 100 today including a new Shelter channel curated by Julie Carlson, founder of Remodelista. On Remodelista Julie favors thoughtfully designed products over mass-market, disposable goods – which is true of her SAY 100 picks as well. You'll find familiar faces on her design list like Grace Bonney of Design*Sponge, plus up-and-comers like Justine Hand of Design Skool and mix-media DJ designer Myles Tipley.
You'll find new voices in the other SAY 100 channels too. Stuart Miles of Pocket-lint adds John Gruber of Daring Fireball, Ina Fried of All Things D, and Tim Stevens of Engadget to the Technology channel. Dana Wood, author of Momover.net and curator of our Parenting channel, adds Chris Jordan of Notes from the Trenches. And Amanda Hesser of Food52 adds Emiko Davies in Food. And that's just a small taste of what's new.
We built the SAY 100 site to let you explore and discover the voices that are shaping opinion. Our curators have written brief notes about why these voices matter, and wherever possible we've brought in headlines of their latest posts and their latest tweets, so that you can click through to their site and engage with their content directly.
On the SAY 100 home page, you'll also find daily updates about what's new around the SAY 100, so we hope you check back often.
Explore, enjoy – and let us know what you think.