The list of blogs I follow has become rather sparse (authors change jobs and move on to other things).
Two regular blogs for me are: In the Pipeline, Backreaction, and the theory crowd will enjoy Gödel’s Lost Letter and P=NP, for for tech business strategy Stratechery.
What blogs do crustaceans like to regularly read (not just the occasional interesting post)?
Relatively low post frequency, but all high quality content
If You are into BSD systems then I shamelessly encourage to check my https://vermaden.wordpress.com/ blog.
It isn’t updated super often, but https://danluu.com has consistently high quality articles.
Wouldn’t have expected to see ssc referenced here. Definitely one of the best non-technical”blogs.
There was a chunk of time where I kept running into tricky problems and when I would google around the first result was always an extremely helpful article from Eli’s site. Definitely recommend it.
+1 for nullprogram
Whoops. I should’ve checked the links.
I shared my favorite blogs I follow here: https://wiki.nikitavoloboev.xyz/research/blogs
It also contains a Inoreader RSS XML feed of over 500+ other blogs I follow.
There is also curated list of blogs here: https://github.com/learn-anything/blogs#readme
The bsd digest is cool and consistently awesome.
I really like Nate Berkopec’s writing about performance. https://www.speedshop.co
Can I self promote? https://www.schneems.com
Both are related to Finance and contain Interesting observations.
I just noted that you have tagged this under Science. I leave this answer as you have mentioned a tech blog
I really like the Mozilla “planet” which subscribes to lots of (former) coworkers at https://planet.mozilla.org
Good call, other aggregators include: ACCU and R bloggers
If I can self promote: https://christine.website/blog.rss (also supports atom at blog.atom and jsonfeed at blog.json).
For those who are into FPGA: https://zipcpu.com/
From Go sphere, I recommend esp. blogs of Russ Cox and Rob Pike. Dave Cheney also has interesting stuff, though I not always fully agree.
As to some other stuff, I like https://osnews.com, https://genodians.org, https://hackaday.com/
I need to keep better track of this stuff.
Since others are self-promoting, I shall as well. :)
Not even wrong (math/string theory): http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/wordpress/