Following

Indieweb

  • Ben Werdmüller Humanist technologist. Equality and adventures. Co-founder of Known and Elgg. Ben Werdmüller - Humanist technologist. Equality and adventures. Co-founder of Known and Elgg.
  • Jeremy Kieth (Adactio) A web developer and author living and working in Brighton, England. Jeremy Kieth (Adactio) - A web developer and author living and working in Brighton, England.
  • Tantek Çelik Inventor, writer, teacher, runner, indieweb coder Tantek Çelik - Inventor, writer, teacher, runner, indieweb coder
  • Aaron Parecki I’m Aaron, co-founder of IndieWebCamp. I maintain oauth.net, write and consult about OAuth, and am the editor of the W3C Webmention and Micropub specifications, and co-editor of WebSub. Aaron Parecki - I’m Aaron, co-founder of IndieWebCamp. I maintain oauth.net, write and consult about OAuth, and am the editor of the W3C Webmention and Micropub specifications, and co-editor of WebSub.
  • Kevin Marks WithKnown stream Kevin Marks - WithKnown stream
  • Richard MacManus Author, Tech Columnist, Blogger Richard MacManus - Author, Tech Columnist, Blogger
  • Ryan Barrett Ryan Barrett
  • Matthias Pfefferle A weblog about the open, portable, interoperable, social, synaptic, semantic, structured, distributed, decentralized, independent, microformatted and federated social web Matthias Pfefferle - A weblog about the open, portable, interoperable, social, synaptic, semantic, structured, distributed, decentralized, independent, microformatted and federated social web
  • David Shanske WordPress+Indieweb=Awesomeness David Shanske - WordPress+Indieweb=Awesomeness
  • Martijn van der Ven #indieweb IRC fleet commander. Public outreach for everything #indieweb and #microformats. Martijn van der Ven - #indieweb IRC fleet commander. Public outreach for everything #indieweb and #microformats.
  • Marty McGuire A freelance web developer in Baltimore, MD. Can also be found tinkering with electronics, 3D printing, and performing improv comedy. Marty McGuire - A freelance web developer in Baltimore, MD. Can also be found tinkering with electronics, 3D printing, and performing improv comedy.
  • Malcolm Blaney A software developer living in Brisbane Australia. Malcolm Blaney - A software developer living in Brisbane Australia.
  • Chris Aldrich Chris Aldrich’s thoughts on science, research, mathematics, information theory, microbiology, entertainment business, and education. Chris Aldrich - Chris Aldrich’s thoughts on science, research, mathematics, information theory, microbiology, entertainment business, and education.
  • AltPlatform A non-profit tech blog about the open web AltPlatform - A non-profit tech blog about the open web
  • Jeremy Cherfas Jeremy Cherfas
  • Jeremy Cherfas (Known) Jeremy Cherfas (Known)
  • Jeena Paradies Software engineer and wannabe computer scientist. Jeena Paradies - Software engineer and wannabe computer scientist.
  • Sebastian Greger Sociologist and Interaction Designer Sebastian Greger - Sociologist and Interaction Designer
  • Tom Morris Discussing software, the web, politics, sexuality and the unending supply of human stupidity. Tom Morris - Discussing software, the web, politics, sexuality and the unending supply of human stupidity.
  • Marcus Povey  Technology Strategist, Hacker, Wanderer. Have laptop, will travel. Marcus Povey - Technology Strategist, Hacker, Wanderer. Have laptop, will travel.
  • Kevin Marks His main website with larger articles Kevin Marks - His main website with larger articles
  • Peter Molnar I’m dreamer, sysadmin, former embedded & web developer. A Hungarian, living in the UK, wishing for United Europe, trying to generate less and less waste and fixing whatever is broken. Peter Molnar - I’m dreamer, sysadmin, former embedded & web developer. A Hungarian, living in the UK, wishing for United Europe, trying to generate less and less waste and fixing whatever is broken.
  • Pelle Wessman Pelle Wessman
  • Dr. Amy Guy Dr. Amy Guy
  • gRegor Morrill a.k.a. gRegorLove. I’m all about music, faith, computer geekery, friends, and liberty. gRegor Morrill - a.k.a. gRegorLove. I’m all about music, faith, computer geekery, friends, and liberty.
  • Kevin Marks Epeus’ epigone Kevin Marks - Epeus’ epigone
  • Michael Bishop (social) Chef, web mechanic, general mayhem maker. Michael Bishop (social) - Chef, web mechanic, general mayhem maker.
  • Kyle Mahan Kyle Mahan
  • Daniel Goldsmith Father, Tinkerer, Indieweb Enthusiast. Writer of influential words. Probably a commahnist. Daniel Goldsmith - Father, Tinkerer, Indieweb Enthusiast. Writer of influential words. Probably a commahnist.
  • Sebastian Kippe Sebastian Kippe
  • Marcus Povey Seeing something I haven’t seen before, building something that never existed before. Collecting new skills and experiences like precious shinies. Technology Strategist & @elgg expert, occasional @withknown contributor, Hacker, Wanderer. Marcus Povey - Seeing something I haven’t seen before, building something that never existed before. Collecting new skills and experiences like precious shinies. Technology Strategist & @elgg expert, occasional @withknown contributor, Hacker, Wanderer.
  • Percolator (Aaron Parecki) Microcast about IndieWeb related topics by Aaron Parecki Percolator (Aaron Parecki) - Microcast about IndieWeb related topics by Aaron Parecki
  • Alexandra Kearney A PhD student studying Computer Science at the University of Alberta. I focus on Artificial Intelligence and prosthetics.  When I’m not playing with robots, I hang out with the indieweb community, drink tea, and scubadive. Alexandra Kearney - A PhD student studying Computer Science at the University of Alberta. I focus on Artificial Intelligence and prosthetics. When I’m not playing with robots, I hang out with the indieweb community, drink tea, and scubadive.
  • Michael Bishop Chef, web mechanic, general mayhem maker. Michael Bishop - Chef, web mechanic, general mayhem maker.
  • Colin Walker Sonant Thoughts Colin Walker - Sonant Thoughts
  • Tino Kremer (in German) Father of two (twins), I am a techie and a geek. I am a software programmer (C #, Web, SQL). I am also a hobby photographer, I love swimming, music and debating. I’m also crazy about extreme weather. Tino Kremer (in German) - Father of two (twins), I am a techie and a geek. I am a software programmer (C #, Web, SQL). I am also a hobby photographer, I love swimming, music and debating. I’m also crazy about extreme weather.
  • Barnaby Walters Arranging atoms and pressurising air in a variety of manners. Barnaby Walters - Arranging atoms and pressurising air in a variety of manners.
  • Eddie Hinkle Believer, Husband, Software Engineer. Eddie Hinkle - Believer, Husband, Software Engineer.
  • Amber Case Studies the interaction between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds. Amber Case - Studies the interaction between humans and computers and how our relationship with information is changing the way cultures think, act, and understand their worlds.
  • Colin Devroe Reverse engineer. Blogger. Colin Devroe - Reverse engineer. Blogger.
  • Shane Becker Still vegan, still straightedge. Anarchist and atheist. Formerly, 18 months of full-time #vanlife in #LittleMisadventureTime. Before that, The Farmhouse in Hollywood, California. Currently, living in NE Portland, Oregon, working at Happily and battling ca Shane Becker - Still vegan, still straightedge. Anarchist and atheist. Formerly, 18 months of full-time #vanlife in #LittleMisadventureTime. Before that, The Farmhouse in Hollywood, California. Currently, living in NE Portland, Oregon, working at Happily and battling ca
  • AJ Jordan Coder, primary maintainer of pump.io AJ Jordan - Coder, primary maintainer of pump.io
  • Will Norris Will Norris
  • Matthias Ott Independent user experience designer and user interface engineer Matthias Ott - Independent user experience designer and user interface engineer
  • Colin Walker Writing/blogging itself, social media and tech, often with a philosophical or psychological slant. Colin Walker - Writing/blogging itself, social media and tech, often with a philosophical or psychological slant.
  • Florian Weil researching, developing and teaching new kinds of interaction designs for bridging the gap between the analog and digital world Florian Weil - researching, developing and teaching new kinds of interaction designs for bridging the gap between the analog and digital world
  • Eli Mellen | mmmicro Eli Mellen | mmmicro
  • Collin Donnell iOS and Mac Developer, Podcaster Collin Donnell - iOS and Mac Developer, Podcaster
  • Ben Werdmüller Open Source & Ethical Technology (Medium) Ben Werdmüller - Open Source & Ethical Technology (Medium)
  • Antonio Sánchez-Padial Higher-order Open Science Antonio Sánchez-Padial - Higher-order Open Science
  • Jen Lampton Drupal & Backdrop Blog Jen Lampton - Drupal & Backdrop Blog
  • Lifestream Blog A blog about Lifelogging, Quantified Self, Digital Legacy and Personal Data Lifestream Blog - A blog about Lifelogging, Quantified Self, Digital Legacy and Personal Data
  • Rob Fairhead Lifelong railwayman, progressive, green, geek, early adopter, fairweather walker and cyclist Rob Fairhead - Lifelong railwayman, progressive, green, geek, early adopter, fairweather walker and cyclist
  • Eli Mellen Oatmeal: A digital pillow fort Eli Mellen - Oatmeal: A digital pillow fort
  • Johannes Ernst Upon 2020 Musings by Johannes Ernst - Upon 2020 Musings by
  • Mark Krynsky Manager of Web Production for  XPRIZE. I also write about quantified self, lifelogging and digital legacy at Lifestream Blog. Mark Krynsky - Manager of Web Production for XPRIZE. I also write about quantified self, lifelogging and digital legacy at Lifestream Blog.
  • Baldur Bjarnason …is a writer, lapsed academic, and web developer based in Montreal, Canada. Baldur Bjarnason - …is a writer, lapsed academic, and web developer based in Montreal, Canada.
  • Henrik Carlsson I’m a college teacher (Sound & Music Production), sound engineer and web developer/designer. I live in Falun, Sweden and run a small business focused on sound, music and web production. Henrik Carlsson - I’m a college teacher (Sound & Music Production), sound engineer and web developer/designer. I live in Falun, Sweden and run a small business focused on sound, music and web production.
  • Tom Brown Tom Brown is a software developer and beer league hockey player… Tom Brown - Tom Brown is a software developer and beer league hockey player…
  • Paul Lindner I make the internet a better place. Paul Lindner - I make the internet a better place.
  • Julien Genestoux A strong open web advocate and will push (pun intended) anyone to use standard protocols rather than custom made APIs. Before founding Superfeedr, Julien created Jobetudiant, the leading job board for students in France. In a prior life, he worked in BNP Julien Genestoux - A strong open web advocate and will push (pun intended) anyone to use standard protocols rather than custom made APIs. Before founding Superfeedr, Julien created Jobetudiant, the leading job board for students in France. In a prior life, he worked in BNP
  • Christopher Allen Principal Architect at Blockstream Internet Cryptography Pioneer Co-author TLS Security Standard Collaborative Tools & Patterns Decentralized Identity Christopher Allen - Principal Architect at Blockstream Internet Cryptography Pioneer Co-author TLS Security Standard Collaborative Tools & Patterns Decentralized Identity
  • Andrew Jacobs | funwhilelost Outdoor entrepreneur, owner of Northwest Wind & Surf. Full-stack web developer for 15 years and IndieWeb contributor. Andrew Jacobs | funwhilelost - Outdoor entrepreneur, owner of Northwest Wind & Surf. Full-stack web developer for 15 years and IndieWeb contributor.
  • Nicolas Collignon A blog about the IndieWeb, online privacy, decentralization and more generally, an open and decentralized Internet. Nicolas Collignon - A blog about the IndieWeb, online privacy, decentralization and more generally, an open and decentralized Internet.
  • Lucas Verney I write about dev, FOSS, DIY and more, in French and English. Lucas Verney - I write about dev, FOSS, DIY and more, in French and English.
  • Norman Köhring I am a programmer and I’m very enthusiastic about OpenSource and OpenKnowledge. Norman Köhring - I am a programmer and I’m very enthusiastic about OpenSource and OpenKnowledge.
  • Beau Lebens Beau Lebens
  • Benjamin Melançon Worker-owner at Agaric web development collective, co-author of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7, and person who gives a damn about justice, liberty, and gaining the most power possible for all people over our own lives. Benjamin Melançon - Worker-owner at Agaric web development collective, co-author of the Definitive Guide to Drupal 7, and person who gives a damn about justice, liberty, and gaining the most power possible for all people over our own lives.
  • Neil M. Keyboard shortcut enthusiast. Great ape. Tech+data at the @RestartProject. Neil M. - Keyboard shortcut enthusiast. Great ape. Tech+data at the @RestartProject.
  • Aaron Gustafson Aaron Gustafson
  • Frank Meeuwsen Digging the digital –Full of blogdrift. Frank Meeuwsen - Digging the digital –Full of blogdrift.
  • Khürt Williams I’m an information security professional, web developer, avid photographer, and technology geek. I’m also a craft ale and coffee fanatic. I share my thoughts about technology and photography geekery, coffee, craft ale, diabetes, and life. Khürt Williams - I’m an information security professional, web developer, avid photographer, and technology geek. I’m also a craft ale and coffee fanatic. I share my thoughts about technology and photography geekery, coffee, craft ale, diabetes, and life.
  • Tom MacWright I’m building tools for data science & programming at Observable. I helped build Mapbox and wrote code for understanding and interacting with statistics, sleep, the earth, open data, manners, music, and a bunch of other stuff. Tom MacWright - I’m building tools for data science & programming at Observable. I helped build Mapbox and wrote code for understanding and interacting with statistics, sleep, the earth, open data, manners, music, and a bunch of other stuff.
  • Among the Stones Life, language, mobile technology, and writing at-large Among the Stones - Life, language, mobile technology, and writing at-large
  • Ryan Rix Computer :(  Computers are bullshit. Ryan Rix - Computer :( Computers are bullshit.
  • Des Paroz BalancedLight: Des Paroz’ blog on exploration and story telling Des Paroz - BalancedLight: Des Paroz’ blog on exploration and story telling
  • James Duncan I’m currently writing, involved in startups and cycling around the world. James Duncan - I’m currently writing, involved in startups and cycling around the world.
  • Jack Jamieson PhD candidate at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. My research investigates how underlying infrastructures and platforms affect online communication. Jack Jamieson - PhD candidate at the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Information. My research investigates how underlying infrastructures and platforms affect online communication.
  • Glenn Rice Software developer and IT Pro working in Far North Queensland. Glenn Rice - Software developer and IT Pro working in Far North Queensland.
  • Paul Kinlan A Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google. Paul Kinlan - A Developer Advocate for Chrome and the Open Web at Google.
  • Stephen Pieper Music lover, reader, tea drinker, film watcher, failed blogger. Stephen Pieper - Music lover, reader, tea drinker, film watcher, failed blogger.
  • Jack Baty (Snippets) Jack Baty (Snippets)
  • Billy Maddex I like math, because it’s beautiful and computers, because they’re logical. I like people because they are neither. Crazy life goal: sail around the world. Billy Maddex - I like math, because it’s beautiful and computers, because they’re logical. I like people because they are neither. Crazy life goal: sail around the world.
  • Jack Baty Jack Baty
  • Billy Madex I like math, because it’s beautiful and computers, because they’re logical. I like people because they are neither. Crazy life goal: sail around the world. Billy Madex - I like math, because it’s beautiful and computers, because they’re logical. I like people because they are neither. Crazy life goal: sail around the world.

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Bloggers

  • Anil Dash A blog about making culture Anil Dash - A blog about making culture
  • Rachel Andrew Developer, designer, CMS Perch Rachel Andrew - Developer, designer, CMS Perch
  • Lillian Karabaic Data! Personal Finance! Transportation! Pod casts! Tacos! Lillian Karabaic - Data! Personal Finance! Transportation! Pod casts! Tacos!
  • James Shelley Curious. Generalist. Freelancer. James Shelley - Curious. Generalist. Freelancer.
  • Vicki Boykis Woman. Legend.Blog This blog has it all: Russian despair, American cynicism, and Nutella. Vicki Boykis - Woman. Legend.Blog This blog has it all: Russian despair, American cynicism, and Nutella.
  • Vicki Boykis Data, tech, and sometimes Nutella Vicki Boykis - Data, tech, and sometimes Nutella
  • Louis Gray A Silicon Valley early adopter tech geek blog Louis Gray - A Silicon Valley early adopter tech geek blog
  • Tara Vancil The co-founder of Blue Link Labs, the team behind Beaker, a peer-to-peer Web browser, and Hashbase Tara Vancil - The co-founder of Blue Link Labs, the team behind Beaker, a peer-to-peer Web browser, and Hashbase
  • Jen Simmons
  • Matthew Green A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering Matthew Green - A Few Thoughts on Cryptographic Engineering
  • Bob Frankston co-creator of the VisiCalc spreadsheet program and the co-founder of Software Arts, the company that developed it. Bob Frankston - co-creator of the VisiCalc spreadsheet program and the co-founder of Software Arts, the company that developed it.
  • Susan Fowler Writer. Engineer. Fledgling Physicist. Amateur Myrmecologist. Susan Fowler - Writer. Engineer. Fledgling Physicist. Amateur Myrmecologist.
  • but she's a girl… I’m a biologist, an Apple/Unix geek, an audiophile, an avid reader and film buff, and an amateur (in both the inept and unpaid senses) photographer. but she's a girl… - I’m a biologist, an Apple/Unix geek, an audiophile, an avid reader and film buff, and an amateur (in both the inept and unpaid senses) photographer.
  • Benedict Evans I work at Andreessen Horowitz (‘a16z’), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley that invests in technology companies. I try to work out what’s going on and what will happen next. Benedict Evans - I work at Andreessen Horowitz (‘a16z’), a venture capital firm in Silicon Valley that invests in technology companies. I try to work out what’s going on and what will happen next.
  • John August Screenwriter and Author John August - Screenwriter and Author
  • Tim Bray ongoing by Tim Bray Tim Bray - ongoing by Tim Bray
  • Dr Ellie Mackin
  • Leslie Farnsworth
  • Bill Gates Technologist and Philanthropist Bill Gates - Technologist and Philanthropist
  • Marco Arment a programmer, writer, podcaster, geek, and coffee enthusiast Marco Arment - a programmer, writer, podcaster, geek, and coffee enthusiast
  • Matt Mullenweg Founder of WordPress and Automattic Matt Mullenweg - Founder of WordPress and Automattic
  • Brandon Kraft I am married and the father of five wonderful little girls. We’re Catholic and do our best to do right by everyone.  In my free time, I am a core contributor to WordPress, a beer geek, and a wannabe homebrewer. Brandon Kraft - I am married and the father of five wonderful little girls. We’re Catholic and do our best to do right by everyone. In my free time, I am a core contributor to WordPress, a beer geek, and a wannabe homebrewer.
  • David Weinberger Writes about the effect of the Internet on how we think about ourselves, our world, and business. David Weinberger - Writes about the effect of the Internet on how we think about ourselves, our world, and business.
  • Andy Baio Frequent topics include internet culture, copyright and fair use, online community, independent and experimental media, and the intersection of art and technology. Andy Baio - Frequent topics include internet culture, copyright and fair use, online community, independent and experimental media, and the intersection of art and technology.

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ITBio Related Conferences & Workshops

Open Education

  • Jeremy Dean I’m a rogue academic currently serving as Director of Education for the open source web annotation tool hypothes.is. Jeremy Dean - I’m a rogue academic currently serving as Director of Education for the open source web annotation tool hypothes.is.
  • Naomi Barnes Naomi Barnes
  • Hybrid Pedagogy A digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology Hybrid Pedagogy - A digital journal of learning, teaching, and technology
  • Jason Priem Cofounder at Impactstory. My passion is making science more open and reusable online. I write and build things. Jason Priem - Cofounder at Impactstory. My passion is making science more open and reusable online. I write and build things.
  • Jon Udell Author, information architect, software developer, and new media innovator. His 1999 book, Practical Internet Groupware, helped lay the foundation for what we now call social software. Jon Udell - Author, information architect, software developer, and new media innovator. His 1999 book, Practical Internet Groupware, helped lay the foundation for what we now call social software.
  • Bill Fitzgerald | FunnyMonkey English and history teacher, an administrator, and a technology director. Bill initially discovered the Internet in the mid-1990’s at the insistence of a student who wouldn’t stop talking about it. Bill Fitzgerald | FunnyMonkey - English and history teacher, an administrator, and a technology director. Bill initially discovered the Internet in the mid-1990’s at the insistence of a student who wouldn’t stop talking about it.
  • Martha Burtis The Fish Wrapper | from UMW’s Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies Martha Burtis - The Fish Wrapper | from UMW’s Division of Teaching and Learning Technologies
  • Anelise H. Shrout I am currently an assistant professor, teaching digital and American history at California State University Fullerton.  Research focuses on the nineteenth-century origins of international humanitarianism. Anelise H. Shrout - I am currently an assistant professor, teaching digital and American history at California State University Fullerton. Research focuses on the nineteenth-century origins of international humanitarianism.
  • Dan Scott – Coffee|Code Librarian · Developer Dan Scott – Coffee|Code - Librarian · Developer
  • Networked Learning Collaborative A collaborative network of teachers in higher education and K-12 developing online, open courses that embody the principles of connected learning and the values of the open web. Networked Learning Collaborative - A collaborative network of teachers in higher education and K-12 developing online, open courses that embody the principles of connected learning and the values of the open web.
  • Jim Luke | EconProph I teach college principles of economics, along with the occasional Economic History, Comparative Econ Systems, and Econ Geography. I try to translate economics into plain English without over-simplifying it. Jim Luke | EconProph - I teach college principles of economics, along with the occasional Economic History, Comparative Econ Systems, and Econ Geography. I try to translate economics into plain English without over-simplifying it.
  • Stephen Downes - OLDaily – Knowledge, Learning, Community
  • ProfHackerProfHacker Teaching, tech, and productivity. (Chronicle of Higher Education) ProfHackerProfHacker - Teaching, tech, and productivity. (Chronicle of Higher Education)
  • Audrey Watters - Fragments blog
  • Alan Levine CogDogBlog: Alan Levine barks about and plays with stuff here Alan Levine - CogDogBlog: Alan Levine barks about and plays with stuff here

IndieWeb and Education

  • Tim Owens Co-founder of Reclaim Hosting Tim Owens - Co-founder of Reclaim Hosting
  • Kris Shaffer Data scientist. Digital media specialist. Developer. Author. Kris Shaffer - Data scientist. Digital media specialist. Developer. Author.
  • Jim Groom bavatuesdays Jim Groom - bavatuesdays
  • Chris Aldrich Chris Aldrich’s thoughts on science, research, mathematics, information theory, microbiology, entertainment business, and education. Chris Aldrich - Chris Aldrich’s thoughts on science, research, mathematics, information theory, microbiology, entertainment business, and education.
  • W. Ian O'Byrne I think about literacy, technology, and education. W. Ian O'Byrne - I think about literacy, technology, and education.
  • John Johnston Teaching, ICT, and suchlike John Johnston - Teaching, ICT, and suchlike
  • Audrey Watters Hack Education Audrey Watters - Hack Education
  • Aaron Davis #EdTech Coach Aaron Davis - #EdTech Coach
  • Aaron Davis (Collect) Read Write Collect Aaron Davis (Collect) - Read Write Collect
  • Grant Potter | networkeffects Educator, instructional technologist, tinkerer, musicmaker, hauler of bootstraps Grant Potter | networkeffects - Educator, instructional technologist, tinkerer, musicmaker, hauler of bootstraps
  • Kimberly Hirsh A doctoral student at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science. I came to SILS (this time) to study Connected Learning, how it manifests in libraries, and how school libraries can bridge formal and informal learning. Kimberly Hirsh - A doctoral student at UNC Chapel Hill’s School of Information and Library Science. I came to SILS (this time) to study Connected Learning, how it manifests in libraries, and how school libraries can bridge formal and informal learning.
  • Greg McVerry INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION: Make. Hack. Play. Learn. Assistant Professor of Education at Southern Connecticut State University. Greg McVerry - INTERTEXTrEVOLUTION: Make. Hack. Play. Learn. Assistant Professor of Education at Southern Connecticut State University.
  • EduTalk EDUtalk is a project to gather the voices of educators EduTalk - EDUtalk is a project to gather the voices of educators
  • Adam Croom Notes and bookmarks Adam Croom - Notes and bookmarks
  • Adam Croom University of Oklahoma Director of the Office of Digital Learning and Assistant Professor in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications Adam Croom - University of Oklahoma Director of the Office of Digital Learning and Assistant Professor in the Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communications

ITBio

Podcasts

  • Serial Serial tells one story—a true story—over the course of a season. Each season, we follow a plot and characters wherever they take us. We won’t know what happens at the end until we get there, not long before you get there with us. Serial - Serial tells one story—a true story—over the course of a season. Each season, we follow a plot and characters wherever they take us. We won’t know what happens at the end until we get there, not long before you get there with us.
  • Seeing White Just what is going on with white people? Police shootings of unarmed African Americans. Acts of domestic terrorism by white supremacists. The renewed embrace of raw, undisguised white-identity politics. Unending racial inequity in schools, housing, crimin Seeing White - Just what is going on with white people? Police shootings of unarmed African Americans. Acts of domestic terrorism by white supremacists. The renewed embrace of raw, undisguised white-identity politics. Unending racial inequity in schools, housing, crimin
  • This Week in Google Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and their guests talk about the latest Google and cloud computing news. This Week in Google - Leo Laporte, Jeff Jarvis, Stacey Higginbotham, and their guests talk about the latest Google and cloud computing news.
  • This Week in Tech Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech. This Week in Tech - Join the top tech pundits in a roundtable discussion of the latest trends in high tech.
  • Eat This Podcast Jeremy Cherfas talking about anything around food. Eat This Podcast - Jeremy Cherfas talking about anything around food.
  • Chris Aldrich | Huffduffer A compilation of audio files Chris Aldrich has either listened to recently or found on the web and bookmarked into his “to listen to” pile. They cover a melange of subjects he’s interested in. Chris Aldrich | Huffduffer - A compilation of audio files Chris Aldrich has either listened to recently or found on the web and bookmarked into his “to listen to” pile. They cover a melange of subjects he’s interested in.
  • The Atlantic Interview A weekly conversation between editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg and the figures shaping society The Atlantic Interview - A weekly conversation between editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg and the figures shaping society
  • Gillmor Gang Round table like discussion of media, social, technology, and culture with a dash of Apple-fanboy reportage. Gillmor Gang - Round table like discussion of media, social, technology, and culture with a dash of Apple-fanboy reportage.
  • EduTalk EDUtalk is a project to gather the voices of educators EduTalk - EDUtalk is a project to gather the voices of educators
  • Modernist BreadCrumbs Special series taking a new look at one of the oldest staples of the human diet: bread. Each episode explores bread from a different angle; from its surprising and often complicated past, to the grains, tools, and microbes we use to make it, and the sci Modernist BreadCrumbs - Special series taking a new look at one of the oldest staples of the human diet: bread. Each episode explores bread from a different angle; from its surprising and often complicated past, to the grains, tools, and microbes we use to make it, and the sci
  • The Daily (New York Times) This is how the news should sound. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, hosted by Michael Barbaro and powered by New York Times journalism. The Daily (New York Times) - This is how the news should sound. Twenty minutes a day, five days a week, hosted by Michael Barbaro and powered by New York Times journalism.

Mathematics

  • American Mathematical Society Furthering the interests of mathematical research, scholarship and education, serving the national and international community through publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs. American Mathematical Society - Furthering the interests of mathematical research, scholarship and education, serving the national and international community through publications, meetings, advocacy and other programs.
  • Terence Tao What’s New: Updates on my research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other maths-related topics. Terence Tao - What’s New: Updates on my research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other maths-related topics.
  • Peter Woit Not Even Wrong Peter Woit - Not Even Wrong
  • Edward Frenkel
  • Timothy Gowers British mathematician. He is a Royal Society Research Professor at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge Timothy Gowers - British mathematician. He is a Royal Society Research Professor at the Department of Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics at the University of Cambridge
  • Keith Devlin Devlin’s Angle Keith Devlin - Devlin’s Angle
  • Jeremy Kun Math ∩ Programming Jeremy Kun - Math ∩ Programming
  • Michael Harris Mathematics without Apologies Michael Harris - Mathematics without Apologies
  • Ben Orlin Math with Bad Drawings Ben Orlin - Math with Bad Drawings
  • The n-Category Café - A group blog on category theory

News

  • FiveThirtyEight Using statistical analysis to tell stories about Politics, Sports, Science & Health, Economics & Culture FiveThirtyEight - Using statistical analysis to tell stories about Politics, Sports, Science & Health, Economics & Culture
  • The Atlantic The Atlantic
  • Foreign Affairs Analysis of world events published by the Council on Foreign Relations Foreign Affairs - Analysis of world events published by the Council on Foreign Relations
  • Quanta Magazine Magazine coverage of physics, mathematics, biology, and computer science Quanta Magazine - Magazine coverage of physics, mathematics, biology, and computer science
  • The Economist The Economist
  • Aeon Ideas can change the world Aeon - Ideas can change the world
  • Nautilus Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives. Nautilus - Nautilus is a different kind of science magazine. We deliver big-picture science by reporting on a single monthly topic from multiple perspectives.
  • ProPublica Articles and Investigations from ProPublica, an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest. ProPublica - Articles and Investigations from ProPublica, an independent, non-profit newsroom that produces investigative journalism in the public interest.
  • Axios New media company delivering vital, trustworthy news and analysis. smartly narrated coverage of media trends, tech, business and politics with expertise, voice AND smart brevity — on a new and innovative mobile platform. Axios - New media company delivering vital, trustworthy news and analysis. smartly narrated coverage of media trends, tech, business and politics with expertise, voice AND smart brevity — on a new and innovative mobile platform.
  • Ars Technica Technology, Business, Science, Policy, Cars, Gaming, and Culture (Condé Nast) Ars Technica - Technology, Business, Science, Policy, Cars, Gaming, and Culture (Condé Nast)

Microcasts

  • Percolator (Aaron Parecki) Microcast about IndieWeb related topics by Aaron Parecki Percolator (Aaron Parecki) - Microcast about IndieWeb related topics by Aaron Parecki
  • Colin Walker Sonant Thoughts Colin Walker - Sonant Thoughts
  • John Johnston Teaching, ICT, and suchlike John Johnston - Teaching, ICT, and suchlike
  • Eddie Hinkle (Author's Note) Writing and publishing a novel for NaNoWriMo2017 Eddie Hinkle (Author's Note) - Writing and publishing a novel for NaNoWriMo2017
  • Henrik Carlsson I’m a college teacher (Sound & Music Production), sound engineer and web developer/designer. I live in Falun, Sweden and run a small business focused on sound, music and web production. Henrik Carlsson - I’m a college teacher (Sound & Music Production), sound engineer and web developer/designer. I live in Falun, Sweden and run a small business focused on sound, music and web production.
  • Fragmentum A microcast from Adam Procter Fragmentum - A microcast from Adam Procter
  • Colin Devroe A microcast by Colin Devroe: Reverse Engineer. Blogger. Colin Devroe - A microcast by Colin Devroe: Reverse Engineer. Blogger.
  • Sync in Progress A microcast by podcast veteran Zak Winnick.  In the cast, Zak talks about whatever is on his mind, which can be anything from the state of technology to electric vehicles (usually his Tesla Model S) to the coffee he drank that morning. Sync in Progress - A microcast by podcast veteran Zak Winnick. In the cast, Zak talks about whatever is on his mind, which can be anything from the state of technology to electric vehicles (usually his Tesla Model S) to the coffee he drank that morning.

Magazine

  • Pacific Standard Pacific Standard grapples with the nation’s biggest issues by illuminating what shapes human behavior. Pacific Standard - Pacific Standard grapples with the nation’s biggest issues by illuminating what shapes human behavior.
  • New Statesman Current affairs, world politics, the arts and more from Britain’s award-winning magazine. New Statesman - Current affairs, world politics, the arts and more from Britain’s award-winning magazine.
  • Motherboard Motherboard
  • 1843 The Economist’s ideas, culture and lifestyle magazine. 1843 - The Economist’s ideas, culture and lifestyle magazine.
  • Mother Jones Smart, fearless journalism: A progressive American magazine that focuses on news, commentary, and investigative reporting on topics including politics, the environment, human rights, and culture. Mother Jones - Smart, fearless journalism: A progressive American magazine that focuses on news, commentary, and investigative reporting on topics including politics, the environment, human rights, and culture.
  • Farnam Street Farnam Street is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life. Farnam Street - Farnam Street is devoted to helping you develop an understanding of how the world really works, make better decisions, and live a better life.
  • The Awl a website about “news, ideas and obscure Internet minutiae of the day” based in New York City. Its motto is “Be Less Stupid.” The Awl - a website about “news, ideas and obscure Internet minutiae of the day” based in New York City. Its motto is “Be Less Stupid.”
  • A List Apart A List Apart explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices. A List Apart - A List Apart explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.

Information Theory

  • Information Theory Society Our Vision is to be the pre-eminent community developing the mathematical underpinnings of information technology for the benefit of humanity. Information Theory Society - Our Vision is to be the pre-eminent community developing the mathematical underpinnings of information technology for the benefit of humanity.
  • An Ergodic Walk Anand Sarwate, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Rutgers & occasionally Alex Dimakis (UT Austin) An Ergodic Walk - Anand Sarwate, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Rutgers & occasionally Alex Dimakis (UT Austin)
  • Andrew Eckford A Random Process: Information theory, math, computing, etc. via associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, in the Lassonde School of Engineering, at York University Andrew Eckford - A Random Process: Information theory, math, computing, etc. via associate professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, in the Lassonde School of Engineering, at York University
  • Princeton-Stanford Information Theory b-log All researchers working on information theory are invited to participate by posting items to the blog. Both original material and pointers to the web are welcome. Princeton-Stanford Information Theory b-log - All researchers working on information theory are invited to participate by posting items to the blog. Both original material and pointers to the web are welcome.
  • Peter Cameron an Australian mathematician who works in group theory, combinatorics, coding theory, and model theory. He is currently half-time Professor of Mathematics at the University of St Andrews, and Emeritus Professor at Queen Mary University of London. Peter Cameron - an Australian mathematician who works in group theory, combinatorics, coding theory, and model theory. He is currently half-time Professor of Mathematics at the University of St Andrews, and Emeritus Professor at Queen Mary University of London.
  • Center for Science of Information (NSF) advance science and technology through a new quantitative understanding of the representation, the communication, and processing of information in biological, physical, social, and engineered systems. Center for Science of Information (NSF) - advance science and technology through a new quantitative understanding of the representation, the communication, and processing of information in biological, physical, social, and engineered systems.

Sampling

  • James Bridle The blog of James Bridle: literature, technology and the network, since 2006. James Bridle - The blog of James Bridle: literature, technology and the network, since 2006.
  • Andy Sylvester Software development, RSS readers, music, and the World Wide Web Andy Sylvester - Software development, RSS readers, music, and the World Wide Web
  • HumanCurrent We are exploring complexity in all fields of study in the hopes that our discoveries will help us learn more about the human mind, human organizations, and human relationships. HumanCurrent - We are exploring complexity in all fields of study in the hopes that our discoveries will help us learn more about the human mind, human organizations, and human relationships.
  • Daniel Glazman Former co-chairman of the W3C CSS Working Group, entrepreneur, software engineer, geek, father of two, polyglot, unashamed French, duck lover. Nah. Daniel Glazman - Former co-chairman of the W3C CSS Working Group, entrepreneur, software engineer, geek, father of two, polyglot, unashamed French, duck lover. Nah.
  • Tom Cesar Wolf
  • Amit Patel Amit’s Thoughts Amit Patel - Amit’s Thoughts

Entertainment Industry

  • Deadline Hollywood Online trade journal covering the entertainment business Deadline Hollywood - Online trade journal covering the entertainment business
  • Variety Entertainment industry trade journal Variety - Entertainment industry trade journal
  • The Hollywood Reporter Entertainment industry trade journal The Hollywood Reporter - Entertainment industry trade journal
  • Vulture Vulture provides continuous entertainment news, covering TV, movies, music, art, books, theater, celebrities and the entertainment industry. Vulture - Vulture provides continuous entertainment news, covering TV, movies, music, art, books, theater, celebrities and the entertainment industry.
  • Bob Lefsetz American music industry analyst and critic and author of Lefsetz Letter Bob Lefsetz - American music industry analyst and critic and author of Lefsetz Letter

Higher Education

Journalism

  • Bill Bennett  Bill Bennett’s technology news, opinion and analysis site. It looks at the subject from a New Zealand perspective and about half the stories are local in scope. Bill Bennett - Bill Bennett’s technology news, opinion and analysis site. It looks at the subject from a New Zealand perspective and about half the stories are local in scope.
  • Dan Gillmor Professor and journalist at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication at Arizona State University, where I work mostly on digital media literacy and entrepreneurship. Dan Gillmor - Professor and journalist at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism & Mass Communication at Arizona State University, where I work mostly on digital media literacy and entrepreneurship.
  • Michael Balter A blog about politics, science, archaeology, human evolution, jazz, culture, and the meaning of life by Michael Balter, a journalist and journalism professor based in Paris and New York Michael Balter - A blog about politics, science, archaeology, human evolution, jazz, culture, and the meaning of life by Michael Balter, a journalist and journalism professor based in Paris and New York
  • Jeff Jarvis The media pundit’s pundit. BuzzMachine covers news, media, journalism, and politics. Jeff Jarvis - The media pundit’s pundit. BuzzMachine covers news, media, journalism, and politics.
  • Jay Rosen PRESSTHINK, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, is written by Jay Rosen. Jay Rosen - PRESSTHINK, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, is written by Jay Rosen.

Complexity Theory

  • Computational Complexity - Computational Complexity and other fun stuff in math and computer science from Lance Fortnow and Bill Gasarch
  • Carlos Gershenson Complexes: a blog… scattered ideas, random notes, and a bit of science… Interests, including self-organizing systems, artificial life, evolution, complexity, cognition, artificial societies, and philosophy. Carlos Gershenson - Complexes: a blog… scattered ideas, random notes, and a bit of science… Interests, including self-organizing systems, artificial life, evolution, complexity, cognition, artificial societies, and philosophy.
  • Andrew Drucker Assistant professor at University of Chicago studying theoretical computer science Andrew Drucker - Assistant professor at University of Chicago studying theoretical computer science

Food

  • Fornacalia Jeremy Cherfas’ bread blog Fornacalia - Jeremy Cherfas’ bread blog
  • Modernist BreadCrumbs Special series taking a new look at one of the oldest staples of the human diet: bread. Each episode explores bread from a different angle; from its surprising and often complicated past, to the grains, tools, and microbes we use to make it, and the sci Modernist BreadCrumbs - Special series taking a new look at one of the oldest staples of the human diet: bread. Each episode explores bread from a different angle; from its surprising and often complicated past, to the grains, tools, and microbes we use to make it, and the sci

Science Writer

  • Steven Berlin Johnson Non-fiction, science writer Steven Berlin Johnson - Non-fiction, science writer
  • Philip Ball A London-based writer, and the author of several books on aspects of science and its interactions with other aspects of culture. Philip Ball - A London-based writer, and the author of several books on aspects of science and its interactions with other aspects of culture.

WordPress

  • WP Tavern WordPress Tavern is a site focused on all things WordPress. We also cover BuddyPress, bbPress, and any project under the Automattic umbrella. WP Tavern - WordPress Tavern is a site focused on all things WordPress. We also cover BuddyPress, bbPress, and any project under the Automattic umbrella.

Big History

  • John Hawks - Researcher: paleoanthropology, genetics, and evolution

 


This is a list of websites and blogs to which I’m subscribed. This is part of my continuing progress for both owning and improving my own personal following list, ideally in an easy-to-use and portable format that will work in many types of readers. It’s also part of a set of experiments I’m running to improve on the web functionality known as blogrolls from the early days of blogging.

This page is a work in progress and is designed to update itself over time as new feeds are added and/or updated.

As of November 2017 this page only includes a growing subset of direct websites I’m following and not individual social media presences for people or companies.

If you would like to import any of these into your own feed reader or your reader allows subscribing via OPML, you can utilize this link. Note that if you’re able to subscribe to the OPML, when these lists update, your subscription should be synced/updated automatically as well.

For quick reference, below are links to the specific OPML files for the following categories within my larger OPML file for those who’d like to subscribe to subsections:

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