I think I've mentioned before my view that so much of the internet / blogosphere is built on this unhealthy distrust of the mainstream. The assumption seems to be that "conventional wisdom" wisdom is wrong. Sometimes you get the impression that people think that the mainstream is intentionally out to do you harm. The thing is that conventional wisdom is usually the popularised or dumbed down version of the scientific consensus....and the scientific consensus has been arrived at through some rigorous challenge, testing and interrogation. Of course scientists have their own agendas and there is publication bias etc, Kuhn's paradigms are at play etc, but by and large the scientific method is pretty robust. Yes it is fluid and changing but overall there is a position that science develops based on testing and experiment.
Out in the blogs though I sometimes think that we either reject all that - as conventional wisdom.....the Man trying to control you - or else try to reinvent the wheel.
Which is all a preamble to saying that I've been getting less and less from the "amateur" blogs recently and more from those who are addressing the science.
Layne Norton's Muscle College Radio podcasts have been excellent so far, especially the last one on cardio.
Superhuman radio - if you can take the adverts, Carl Lanore has some good guests on his show too. For example, last week's interview with Brad Schoenfeld was very good.
I've just bought Brad's book and downloaded it to Kindle too, so am looking forward to reading it. His 2010 paper on Hypertrophy is a very good read.