I’ve seen a lot of talent and thoughtful options here and thought it would be nice to compile a list of links to the blogs, or otherwise end points where Lobster users host their ideas/thoughts/rants.
Where did all these URLs come from… I started working on the Planet Lobsters stuff to aggregate weblogs of Lobsters users some months ago but I only had like 5 users fill out a URL in their profile and most of those were junk content or links to twitter.com so I gave up.
Is it worth having another go at this?
Likely its just that most people (like me) didn’t know what you meant by “planet”.
As a thought, a title that said “Join the official lobste.rs RSS mesh” with a bright “official” tag could have worked better too.
Anyway, I think its worth another go too.
I blog mostly about types and Haskell.
Not that I blog enough.
Haven’t written anything in a while though.
Hello! I’m http://ocharles.org.uk/blog. I post about Haskell, and do a yearly blog series called “24 Days of Hackage”
I blog at both http://dylanfoundry.org/ and http://waywardmonkeys.org/
And I need to write more!
I don’t blog a lot. I have an article incoming for howistart, a book in progress, Haskell OSS work, my own Haskell libraries and side projects.
Hardware, hardware/software co-design, and low-level software nonsense, plus whatever I’ve learned lately.
I’ve been experimenting with blogging by setting aside 30-90 minutes, writing a post in on sitting, and calling it done. That’s resulted in 5 posts in the past week (as opposed to my usual 1 post per month). I’m super interested in negative/critical feedback since it’s hard for me to tell if I’ve writing stuff that’s substantially less readable by not editing seriously.
http://technomancy.us is mine.
Mostly FPGA stuff.
Mostly DNS and Nginx stuff. Also some non technical topics such as Ansi Art and Teletext.
Although note that I also blog about some less-technical things, like management and tech-related politics, from time to time.
I blog at https://atlanis.net/blog/
Not purely technical. I also delve into games, music, and introspection.
I’ve got http://cpprocks.com/blog/ for C++ stuff and korban.net for other topics.
Blog? Ah that thing I used to have before starting wasting my time in twitter? I used to have one… where I put it? Ah… here it is! (blows the dust) http://gabrielsw.blogspot.com you will find Scala, Java, Haskell, and silly stuff… (beware that I defaced it with adwords, in the hope that in 5 years I will afford a cup of coffee )
Makes sense to me….
Most common response here has been “I don’t write enough…”
ie. Most blogs are have too little content to be worth visiting.
I also hate blogs with commenting disabled…. but I understand the pain of moderation.
Solution? Blog here.
I know, really original name. I don’t update as much as I’d like, but I try.
Generally I just ramble about about whatever code I’m learning about, writing, or grumpy about.
I don’t blog too often, but disturbed-circles.com is the place where it ends up.
I used to blog at https://twilio.com/engineering a fair amount as well.
Mostly math and Python!
I’d love to blog more, but have had a lot of other things happening. Isn’t that always the case for blogs? :-)
http://journal.dedasys.com although I don’t write a lot these days. I have a few articles in Erlang in the queue, but need the time to finish them up.
Mostly technical, along with some Triathlon write-ups as I complete them.
The Shape of Code
Looks like not updating my blog is the most common lobste.rs hobby ;)
I publish my essays at http://www.enotagain.com/
Blog and tech links at: http://blog.scriptingsysadmin.com
For the moment: http://gabe.svbtle.com/ At least until my super-awesome blogging platform that I planned on writing back in 1999 is up and running… should be any day now (:
A mixture of storage, distributed systems, and research.
http://zduck.com has all of my technical content. Mostly PowerShell and Go, the rest is misc. Eventually I plan to migrate it to my new blog at http://joshua.poehls.me which currently only has non-technical content.
Like most people here, I do not blog enough. It’s been two years since the last post, BUT a lot of things have happened the last two years and they are settling down. I moved to using Jekyll and S3 so uploading a new post is a piece of cake while I can edit from the comforts of my favorite text editor (while before I was using Blogspot).
tl;dr expect more posts in the future
Mostly about terminology these days, the terminal emulator I spend some of my spare time on.
I blog periodically at http://superloopy.io – but it is an unholy jumble of tech and non-tech stuff. I also sometimes write for my company’s tech blog.
Pure specification, security, compilers, math… Usual lobste.rs stuff, I suppose.
Mostly open source, web development, ruby, teaching and shoes :) Much like everyone, I should blog more :)
Mostly Clojure and whatever else I’m working on.
It seems common that people want to write more than they do. I wonder if there is a solution.
Mostly erlang web development.
http://bhaaratsharma.com/ Ruby, Java, Grails
I need to blog more often
It’s empty atm.
I usually blog for money, so I have blogs spread across a lot of sites. This blog is for stuff that didn’t fit in any of the other places for whatever reason (recently the reason has been to avoid controversy).
I’d write more, but my job prevents me. (That statement is intentionally ambiguous.)
I blog about algorithm and theory related stuff…
This one is supposed to be my new one, but only one post.
This one has some tech stuff, as well as skiing and biking stuff, but hasn’t been updated in an even longer time :-(
Anybody have advice on how to get motivated to blog more? Every once in a while I get excited about it, post one or two things, think to myself how I need to remember to blog more, then forget about it for a long time.
I mainly blog about programming and startups, recent focus on distributed teams, Python and Clojure.
We should start a web ring!!
But seriously, I am going to scrape some of these for a “fellow tech blogs” page on mine. It’s not a bad idea considering it’s actually kind of tough to find non commercial tech blogs these days.
Haven’t posted in a while, I have something in the pipeline though.
Turns out finding time to write about stuff is actually pretty hard! I love how almost every single person on here has the same complaint :)
I talk about startup engineering issues / personal development / productivity / Haskell and Clojure.
I don’t blog at http://cmacr.ae
The usual disclaimer about not blogging enough applies, although I have a number of posts in the pipeline. Some practical compiler and database implementation stuff coming up.
It also includes our general thoughts on things, although my personal non-technical things got moved away.
Usually Elasticsearch, some Ruby and similar things :).
Mostly random musings about various technical things. I’m attempting to write more, it just ends up getting pushed off for other work.
I mainly blog about web dev.
I blog at https://www.brianthicks.com/
Like everyone else here, I need to write more, but at least I’ve written some :)
this is mine - http://silky.github.io/
i guess i’d like to have haskell+quantum computing on there, as well as other bits and pieces.
http://blog.corrupted.io. you can use HTTPS if you dont mind a cert error since it is a GH pages backed blog. its mostly about email systems like Exchange and OpenSMTPD.
I mostly write server backend how-tos involving Perl, Nginx and Debian, but also thoughts and ideas about various aspects of life, money, technology & the future.