10 of the Most Popular Bloggers Named Ken


kenlevineThe unsung heroes of the Internet are bloggers who, through their tireless efforts to deliver quality content, provide information and entertainment on any subject you can call to mind. These bloggers work extremely hard to build up an audience. For many, there is no financial incentive for doing so, only the love of sharing their passion with the reader. These 10 bloggers, in particular, are blessed with both a talent for communication and the name Ken.

    • Ken Levine – This Emmy Award winning comedy writer loves to blog. He has worked on The Simpsons, Mash, Everybody Loves Raymond and many more household shows, yet still finds the time to entertain fans on his blog. Levine’s blog was also named one of the 25 best blogs by Time Magazine in 2011.
    • Ken Wilson – As one of the world’s best English language teachers, Ken Wilson has created courses and given talks across the globe. Wilson, up until 2002, held the position of artistic director of the English Teaching Theatre. He now blogs on ELT and teaches classes with his wife, Dede, often incorporating theatrical performances into his lessons.
    • Ken Wilber – A world renowned writer and philosopher on subjects such as mysticism, philosophy and ecology, Ken Wilber is a busy man. However, he still manages to find time to dedicate to his blog, where readers will find posts on such fascinating subjects as understanding Integral Theory and experiments in vision. Wilber’s blog is heavy reading, much like all of his work, so make sure to set aside a few hours to really benefit from the experience.
    • Ken Jennings – The award winning player of Jeopardy, Ken Jennings, has a blog. Jennings once held the record for longest winning streak on Jeopardy, with 72 wins. So great was Jennings’ streak on the show that the production company actually implemented changes to give new players a better chance against successful contestants.
    • Ken Stevens – This blog has a Google page rank of three, which is pretty good for what amounts to a personal blog. The “Grumpy Old Ken” has over 1,100 followers, all of who get to benefit from Stevens’ daily and often humorous takes on modern life. Ken is also an author of popular eBooks, including his recent title, A Childhood Revisited. He writes both fiction and non-fiction with flair that has endeared him to his many fans and followers.
    • Ken Ilgunas – Try to keep up, because this Ken is on the move. Ilgunas started blogging in 2009 to document his travels. However, he has since authored a book, Walden on Wheels, and graduated from Duke University. Ken continues to document his travels, including a 1,700 mile walk along the Keystone XL pipeline route. As this young man continues his journey, you can be sure that he will have many more tales to share about his travels.
    • Ken Ham – He is one of the most controversial figures in the fight to have creationism recognized in world education, and Ken Ham is never at a loss for words. As he travels around the world, Ham documents his experiences on his blog. Ken also uses his blog to promote the Creation Museum, a subject that, as a founder, he is extremely passionate about.
    • Ken Albala – He has authored books with such colorful titles as, Eating Right in the Renaissance, Food in Early Modern Europe and Cooking in Europe 1250-1650. Albala’s reputation as food historian has earned him one of the highest spots on Google, with a page rank of five. This is a food blog like no other, and Ken’s unique passion for each strange and wonderful dish is what keeps his readers coming back for more.
    • Ken Segall – There are few bloggers who have as much authority when it comes to technology as Ken Segall. The author of this blog is one of the leading experts on both Apple and NeXT. He also has a book, Insanely Simple: The Obsession That Drives Apple’s Success, which was featured on the New York Times best seller list.
    • Ken Schwaber – Just as his blog tagline suggests, Ken Schwaber “tells it like it is.” The particular “is” in question, is software development. Schwaber is privy to many of the developments in the industry, having worked with companies such as Microsoft and as one of the developers of the ‘Scrum’ process, a method of helping companies develop better software products. His blog is ranked five on Google, while the scrum.org comes in at a whopping page rank of six.

 

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