Below are a list of people who have either sent me explicit notifications (or Webmentions) that they’re following me (via my website) or who have listed me on a blogroll or are using other means on their websites to indicate that they’re following some portion of my posts on this website.

In some sense, this is a sketch for a Followers page as typically seen on many social media silo websites. Ideally the UI and set up will improve in the future, but since I had some preliminary data, I thought I’d mock up the page to get others thinking about how to begin creating such pages for themselves. Perhaps in the future I’ll modify the page slightly to represent “friends” as well using a similar sort of following set up, but which would ideally take into account XFN data that they include on their links as well.

If you’d like to follow me and be listed here, feel free to make your follow post on your own website (here’s some examples of my follow posts), or add me to your blogroll or your own following page. If your page has  either my homepage web address or this page’s address (URL) on it, you can add your page’s address in the field below and click “Ping me” to have yourself added to the list. 

If you’d like to see who I’m following from my website or in my favorite readers, take a look at my personal Following Page.

17 thoughts on “Followers”

  1. That’s right, a “Links” page, just like we did it back in the day. When I deactivated my Twitter account, I asked my followers to send me a link to a blog they post to, so I could follow them there. I also made a list of everyone I followed who had a site listed on their profile. This page is largely a product of those exercises, combined with sources collected in my RSS reader over the years. I’ll be adding more links over time, as new and interesting sites land on my radar.
    I have a lot of links to work through, so if you sent me a link and you’re not listed yet, I’ve probably just not got to you yet!
    Link categorisation was correct at the time of writing, and obviously I take no responsibility for the contents of these sites.

    Indieseek Directory
    Personal Sites are Awesome!
    🕸💍 IndieWeb Webring


    Chris Aldrich
    David Shanske
    Eddie Hinkle
    Indieseek Blog
    Jeremy Keith
    Kicks Condor
    Marty McGuire
    P83 by Peter Stuifzand

    IndieWeb Tools

    IndieWeb Wiki MF2 Parser
    Webmention Rocks!

    Media & Arts

    Film Crit Hulk
    Games Revisited

    Miniature Painting & Tabletop Gaming

    AOS Shorts
    Binx’s Hobby Blog
    cadianshock’s Warhammer 40K Blog
    Calth Burns
    Contains Graphic Images
    Ex Profundis
    Feelin Strangely Fine
    Forces of Darkness
    Four Dads of the Apocalypse
    Hobbit Hobbies
    Hobby from the Aett
    Hobby Hammer
    Innsmouth Gaming Club
    Le Terrier du Verménarque
    Miniature Miscellany
    Miniature Musings of a Bear
    My World, Just In Miniature
    Objective Secured
    Old Dark Angel- the ramblings of a returning hobbyist
    Pike’s Miniature Painting
    Pro Painted Podcast
    Quietly Raging
    Sprues & Brews
    St. Andrews Wargaming
    Synchroneyess Miniature Painting
    The 73rd Harrowing
    The Brush and Boltgun
    The Burning Eye
    The Emprahs Mighty Flowry Meadow
    The Gngr Noob
    The Northern Wastes
    The Responsible One’s Wargaming Blog
    The wargaming world of Nozza
    Tower of the Archmage
    Tyken’s Rift
    Variance Hammer
    Vincent Knotley’s Hobby Blog
    Warboss Kurgan
    Warhammer 39,999

    Security & Privacy

    Lesley Carhart
    Naked Security by Sophos
    Scott Helme
    The EFF
    The Gruqq
    Troy Hunt

    The Web/Tech News & Blogs

    Ars Technica
    Chloe Condon
    Christina Warren
    Derek Powazek
    Dustin Curtis
    Jessie Frazelle
    Six Colours

    Web/Development Bloggers

    Andy Budd
    Anil Dash
    Craig Hockenberry
    Eric Meyer
    Jason Santa Maria
    Jonathan Snook
    M.G. Siegler
    Mark Boulton
    Matt Mullenweg
    Mike Davidson
    Mike Montiero
    Paul Irish
    Rachel Andrew

    Writers & Journalists

    Aaron Dembski-Bowden
    Anne Wheaton
    Carole Cadwalladr (The Guardian)
    Dawn Foster (The Guardian)
    Ella Dawson
    Eve Rebecca Livingston
    Geek Magnifique
    Iain MacWhirter
    Jack of Kent
    James Swallow
    On The Borderlines
    Peter Geoghegan
    The Everywhereist
    The Secret Barrister
    Vittoria’s Secret
    Wil Wheaton

  2. Farnam Street— Farnam Street is devoted to helping the reader develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. They take on such topics as mental models, decision making, learning, reading, and the art of living.

    Patrick La Roque— Photographer living on the outskirts of Montreal, Canada.

    Gabe Weatherhead— Gabe Weatherhead’s writing focuses on Mac and iOS related material with a slant towards the technical.

    James Shelly— Research co-ordinator at the Faculty of Health Sciences at Western University, James Shelly writes about system and complexity theory, with an applied focus on organizational, societal, and behavioural change.

    Brian Matiash— Brian Matiash is a professional photographer, published author, and podcaster based in Lincoln, Nebraska, specialising in fusing landscape & travel photography.

    Dan Jurak— Dan writes about his journey through photography. His life. His feelings. His blog is a public diary for his children to read so that they might know who their father really is inside.

    Ming Thein— Ming Thein is the Chief of Strategy at Hasselblad and a commercial photographer specialising in product photography on location and corporate reportage.

    TOP— TOP is a daily news website for photo enthusiasts, in blog format. Our past contributors number more than 50 writers, including professional photographers, several photography magazine veterans, and writers from other fields who have a special interest in photography.

    Daniel Miessler— information security professional and writer born, raised, and living in the San Francisco Bay Area.

    David duChemin— David duChemin is a world & humanitarian assignment photographer, best-selling author, digital publisher, and international workshop leader based in Victoria, Canada.

    Chris Aldrich— Biomedical and electrical engineer with a variety of interests in the entertainment industry, information theory, evolution, big history, genetics, signal processing, transgenetics, translational medicine, and theoretical mathematics. Advocate of the IndieWeb movement.

    Drew Downs— Drew is an Episcopal priest and blogger living in western Indiana who is obsessed with building up a vibrant and authentic church and 90’s era dreampop. Note: I am not a Christian but I like the way Drew thinks.

    Olaf Sztaba— philosopher, photographer

    Otto von Munchow— Documentary and photojournalistic photographer in Bergen, Norway and Seattle, Washington, USA.

    Thom Hogan— Photographer, industry analyst and commentary about the camera world and photography in general. A frequent traveler, Thom spends much of his time photographing the wilds and teaching photography workshops in some of America’s most interesting outdoor locales.

    The Online Photographer— TOP is a daily news website for photo enthusiasts, in blog format.


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