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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)?

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    https://apenwarr.ca/ Relatively low post frequency, but all high quality content

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      If You are into BSD systems then I shamelessly encourage to check my https://vermaden.wordpress.com/ blog.

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        It isn’t updated super often, but https://danluu.com has consistently high quality articles.

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            Wouldn’t have expected to see ssc referenced here. Definitely one of the best non-technical”blogs.

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              eli.thegreenplace.net

              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.

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                +1 for nullprogram

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                  Whoops. I should’ve checked the links.

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                  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

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                      The bsd digest is cool and consistently awesome.

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                      I really like Nate Berkopec’s writing about performance. https://www.speedshop.co

                      Can I self promote? https://www.schneems.com

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                        lambda-the-ultimate.org

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                          • Scott Aaronson, quantum complexity theorist and generally great guy
                          • John Baez, category theorist, but don’t let it scare you off, he writes about all sorts of things and also tremendously good at explaining
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                            (https://ofdollarsanddata.com/climbing-the-wealth-ladder) and

                            (https://www.collaborativefund.com/blog/authors/morgan/).

                            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

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                              I really like the Mozilla “planet” which subscribes to lots of (former) coworkers at https://planet.mozilla.org

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                                Good call, other aggregators include: ACCU and R bloggers

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                                If I can self promote: https://christine.website/blog.rss (also supports atom at blog.atom and jsonfeed at blog.json).

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                                  For those who are into FPGA: https://zipcpu.com/

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                                    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/

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                                      I need to keep better track of this stuff.

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                                        Since others are self-promoting, I shall as well. :) https://icyphox.sh/blog (rss).

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                                          Not even wrong (math/string theory): http://www.math.columbia.edu/~woit/wordpress/