Right now I am exporting this as my “blog roll” section of my main site. I could probably stand to clean this up, but still it shows the stuff I watch in my reader. It exports when I save, so it should be pretty much to date.
Because this is primarily for feed-reading, most of the links are to feeds that I (tried) to regex back itno normal links. I would also note that it’s in no particular order. I basically just toss them into the RSS if I find or two posts I think are neat. Future goal is to organize better, but eh.
Dev / Software
Love hate relationships with these sites, but the gems I wander into from them are worth the 95% of self-aggrandizing. I usually put them in their own topic so they don’t clutter up my feeds.
Self-explanatory, sites that are less person-focused and more on the topic.
Software / Programming
Lots of neat python implementation posts.
Company based blog - has their own product, but seems to have decent amounts of discussion and linking to ML papers that are relevant.
NVIDIA’s “technical blog” which is primarily hands-on and examples.
This topic is more of a catchall for analytics and general data topics. Be it discussion on databases or just general analytics topics such as SQL / OLAP queries, etc.
Looks to be the blog/site associated with enterprise duckdb. Pretty neat.
Moderately rudimentary stuff, but I think it’s worth a refresher every now and then.
Database of questions about Christianity.
Person / Group Based
Blogs centered around a specific writer/group. Things I’ve wandered into and liked at least one article/story.
Aaron Swartz’s old blog. (RIP) - even though it’s not updated, I like keeping it around on my reader. I sometimes go back to read his old posts.
A blog I found while reading about the gemini protocol. Seems a bit cantankerous but I dig the vibe.
fbifemboy’s blog ( don’t ask )
“Programming” / thoughts-on tech blog that I like, it’s no longer updated but there’s some gems.
no RSS(? - I think, I didn’t look too hard) - broken up into different sections, still neat.
saw their rant on agile via another site I read - good!
another emacs blogger - remember running into his blog several times while I was doing elfeed config edits
James Betker’s blog, of Google/OpenAI(?)- mostly posts on machine learning.
This is a podcast, but it’s sometimes there’s supplementary info that’s in the posts.
Jeremiah Johnson’s substack, familiar with him via the Neoliberal project.
Brian Chau’s writing
The news is probably a waste of time. Limiting it down to specific publications relevant to my interest/career. Keeping this section open just-in-case.
I like comics. Need to read more.
As opposed to blog this would be collective works, literary criticism sites, etc. etc. - differentiating profit/mainstream with the magazine vs. zine distinction.
An “open literary arts platform”
I’ve seen workflows that allow for mpd/mpc and emms to listen to podcasts inside emacs but it seemed fiddly.