Extras (From Around The Web)
Here are some links to other sites worth checking out.
Raw Thought, by Aaron Swartz
Gone but not forgotten.
Art, technology, and living on a sailboat. Great name.
Everyone uses computers. They are all wrong.
software that sucks less
Gleaming droplets of sage advice.
The IndieWeb is a people-focused alternative to the “corporate web”.
Gaze into electric sand’s primordial soup. Also see net cafe.
The Cornell Lab of Ornithology
I love birds so much.
Esoteric to the max.
He’s not really Stanley Lieber.
The Go Blog
I love Go.
Respect your local Bell Labs alum Russ Cox.
Another one of those brilliant minds on the Internet, blogging about embedded systems (and especially high-accuracy time sources).
Dave Cheney’s Blog
Programmer & Go-lover, sharp as a razor’s razor.
Hacking + Politik.
Knows his shit about computers.
Another one of those jaw-droppingly intelligent/creative types, with prolific output of projects.
Ditto, to the point that I’m slightly afraid.
Phone phreak & Bell System documentarian.
The Cheshire Catalyst
Local Wizard of hacking’s Golden Ages.
Architect of computers, shepherd of electrons, fisher of men.
Computers Are Bad
Computers are bad. This excellent newsletter will enlighten you as to why.
The Embedded Muse
Jack Ganssle definitely knows a thing or two about embedded systems.
The cats can talk.
Nick vs. Networking
Telecom network engineering and general mad science.
The Net Cafe Effect
A small but well-crafted fan-blog for my other favorite primordial internet documentary show.
Essays & presentations on mathematics, programming, etc.
Brian Kernighan’s Home Page
This man needs no introduction.
Intriguing blog about managing software teams and software itself.
He likes crypto, as in cryptography.
Dedicated to teaching readers how to save as much money as possible on computers and Internet services. Also posts articles about online security, privacy, and freedom of speech. Thanks for the shoutout)!
Bunnie’s blog. Embedded systems, electrical engineering, and mind-blowing mad science.
Melon King home.
A tasteful selection of GeoCities archives.
Security. Cryptography. Whatever.
The best podcast on security, cryptography, software engineering, etc. that I’ve encountered in a long time. Genuinely excellent content, awesome guests, and hosts who are credentialed and sharp as tacks.
Matthew Garrett’s Blog
Power management, mobile and firmware developer on Linux. Incredibly detailed and interesting write-ups on reverse-engineering embedded systems.
“BE CAREFUL WORKING WITH FIRMWARE.”