7 UX & IA websites worthy of adding to your reader.

I'm going for less-obvious, of course. Everyone (should) know about UX Mag, Jakob Nielson's Alertbox, A List ApartBoxes & Arrows...I could go on.  

In no particular order...

1. UX Myths

http://uxmyths.com/
Ever know that something is just not true, but you find yourself in need of backup? UX Myths has a fantastic list of debunked myths, and all the supporting link goodness to back them up. You might want to print the article on the "3-click rule" and pass it out to everyone you meet.

2. Scott Berkun's Blog

http://www.scottberkun.com/blog/
On innovation, presenting your ideas, project management, writing and so much more. Plus the infamous blog post about asshole-driven development. You might want to pass that one out too. 

3. What Makes Them Click

http://www.whatmakesthemclick.net/
A blog and a book about the psychology behind user behavior on the web. It is also insightful about relationships (see #46: The more uncertain you are, the more you dig in and defend your ideas.). It also provides further reading and/or research citations, which spells credibility. 

4. Luke Wroblewski

http://www.lukew.com/ff/
Do you love data? Go here. Also form design goodies, his notes from conferences, etc. 

5. 37 Signals Blog

http://37signals.com/svn/posts
Inspires awe and jealousy. Design, business, technology. 

6. UX Booth

http://www.uxbooth.com/
A collective that produces a ton of quality blog posts and resources. I love that this straddles the complete user experience/content strategy realm with topics like user research, interaction design and IA/content. 

7. Brain Traffic Blog

http://blog.braintraffic.com
Of late, the posts have been a tad dodgy, but check out the archives for great content strategy articles.