This is the list of the feeds I read in Temboz, sorted by decreasing feed signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), where SNR is the proportion of articles in the feed I found noteworthy enough to flag for future reference, weighted as an exponentially decreasing average the same way the UNIX load average is calculated.
Startups & stuff...
Introspections of a software engineer
A blog about low-level software and hardware performance.
Like the Economist but without the brains, wit, etc.
Science infographics and animations
Articles on Big Data, NoSQL, and Highly Scalable Software Engineering
rm@blog ~ $ rm -rf / ; Robert Mustacchi's Musings on Technology
The secure transport of light
A site dedicated to an open imaging RAW format standard.
a blog about mastering the world's best text editor
programming and human factors - Jeff Atwood
A blog about Wi-Fi!
Notes on life with IPv6 enabled.
A press for open access books within relational research on science, technology and society
Recent blog posts
<p>Networking, Apple, and other nerdy things.</p>
The Go Programming Language Blog
brool \brool\ (n.) : a low roar; a deep murmur or humming
The blog where I write down random techy things I've found or done.
The official Flipboard engineering blog
edmundronald at gmail dot com.
Trips of a curious penguin.
charity wtf's about technology, databases, startups, engineering management, and whiskey.
Matt's Hub - Blog
Industry expert David Farkas talks about photographic equipment and techniques. He reviews the latest gear, from cameras to digital accessories, and shares his opinions on a range of photo and computer-related subjects.
Engineering and Economic insights on the Semiconductor Industry as we head toward the Angstrom Era, from Products to Processes and Profits.
Everything USB RSS keeps you up-to-date on the latest Wireless USB, USB 2.0 and USB OTG innvoations as well as the weirdest gadgets you never thought possible.
We collect more data on e-commerce marketplaces like Amazon, eBay, Etsy, and Walmart than any organization in the world. We analyze that data and share insights as research reports and articles.
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
RSS feed for Brendan Gregg's Blog
Articles about personal efficiency and business bootstrapping
Photography gear reviews and tutorials
Where the Flock Comes to Roost
Often in error, never in doubt.
All Things Pythonic
This site presents origami folded and/or designed by Michał Kosmulski. Currently, these are mostly tessellations, boxes, modulars and other geometric models. Apart from lots of model images, there are diagrams and blog posts related to origami.
90% of everything I say is crap. Because 90% of everything is crap.
Craft Chocolate Reviews and Interviews with Victoria Cooksey
Internetworking perspectives by Ivan Pepelnjak
Programming, Networking and some things I found hard to fix at some point
Highlighting the best London maps.
by Ben Thompson
LookIt: (1) a juvenile imperative verb for getting attention. (2) a personal blog by Paul Hoffman.
Scaling data and analytics with Postgres
Articles - brandur.org
The Devil is in the Details
The Time Has Come
Articles on Computer Science at Lockless Inc.
Code, musings and more
Andrew Ayer - Blog
AWS News Sprinkled With Snark
The OpenBSD Community.
Will's thoughts on dressing with style.
Recent content in Blogs on Drew DeVault's blog
an interesting/influential/important paper from the world of CS every weekday morning, as selected by Adrian Colyer
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James Hamilton's Blog
Musings on cybersecurity, privacy, entrepreneurship and what have you
Recent content on Martin Baillie
Blog O' Matty
Photo/video thoughts from the largest rental house
Essays and other things. Mostly about startups.
Recently changed pages in Chris's Wiki :: blog.
Tech Made Simple
NꙮW WITH MꙮRE MULTIꙮCULAR ꙮ
Database Lab · Fast clones of PostgreSQL databases · Postgres.ai Blog
Macs, painting, and more
Official Linux Bluetooth protocol stack
Recent content on Townsourced Tech Blog
This channel features the latest computer hardware related articles.
Gear Reviews & Resources for Professional Photographers
Latest news from Vultr.com
Thought-leading wireless industry analysis by high-profile consultant Dean Bubley. Insightful and sometimes acerbic observations on the world of mobile technology - handsets, networks, operator strategies, applications & business models.
Writing by Ryan Zezeski
Software, Security, Cryptography, and Furries
Recent content on lambda.cx blog
Meet the engineers who code Facebook
The relentless pursuit of less, but better.
360 camera reviews, news, and techniques
I'm David Rosenthal, and this is a place to discuss the work I'm doing in Digital Preservation.
Blogging about Python and the Internet
A weblog of Internet Technology by Geoff Huston.
Email, Delivery, Spam and more
A subreddit for the Clear Linux distro.
The 20 latest notebook reviews from NotebookCheck.net
The London Restaurant, Bar, and Nightlife Blog
Adventures in Micro Manufacturing with Gadget Fiend and Knifemaker Peter Atwood
Weekly essays on engineering the future
Here are my recommendations for cool stuff. I include any books, tools, software, videos, maps, gadgets, hardware, websites, or gear that are extraordinarily handy or useful for individual and small groups. The best items are those that open up new p
Bruce Momjian: Postgres Blog
World's #1 3D Printing Magazine
Rhodia Drive is a blog about Rhodia notepads, tablets and notebooks, writing accessories, and journaling in general. It features articles, tips, tricks, links on the latest tools, and general notebook-related news items about this orange French notebook with a cult following.
Helping you organize and preserve photos
Vulnerability Discovery, Mitigation and Exploitation.
Music library management blog
P(A|B) = [P(A)*P(B|A)]/P(B), all the rest is commentary.
Historian, Former Ambassador, Human Rights Activist
A blog about bugs
— at home in the world.
A blog about candy, things made with sugar, things made with chocolate, you get the idea ... these are my reviews of candy that I've tried recently
Indiscriminate riffs from Elizabeth Spiers, every Sunday.
Core77 Rss Feed
An exploration of stability
A weblog covering security and security technology.
Insights and news on Red Hat developer tools, platforms and more
News and discussions about image sensors
Server and Workstation Reviews
A site for things that interest a flashlight fan!
Daniel Lemire is a computer science professor at the University of Quebec. His research is focused on software performance and indexing. He is a techno-optimist.
Internet of Things
Some random thoughts about crypto. Notes from a course I teach. Pictures of my dachshunds.
Security researcher, entrepreneur and international speaker who specialises in web technologies. Creator of report-uri.io and securityheaders.io
The latest 50 digital imaging products from Digital Photography Review (dpreview.com).
Links for the intellectually curious, ranked by readers.
In-depth security news and investigation
Metallurgy and Testing of Knives and Steel
Musings and comments about our common interest
A review of typefaces and typography books, with occasional commentary on fonts and typographic design.
anything about those glorious, rpn or not, machines.
Craig Mod - books, interactive works, photography, etc
Dedicated to the sunset of government planning
For fans of the Go Language based static site generator called Hugo. Everything fits in one executable and it is available on many operating systems including Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, FreeBSD, and NetBSD.
The minds had long ago come up with a proper name for it; they called it the Irreal, but they thought of it as Infinite Fun. That was what they really knew it as. The Land of Infinite Fun. --Iain M. Banks, Excession
Compilers, programming languages, etc.
where there's smoke there's fire
Reviews, tutorials and the latest news about embedded systems, IoT, open-source hardware, SBC's, microcontrollers, processors, and more
News and updates from the Project Zero team at Google
Linux Hardware Reviews & News
Hand-Picked for Work and Play
This is a subreddit to share and show off your 3D printed parts that actually have a function.
Le premier site d'actualité pour les Français de Londres
Pens and Pencils | Reviews and Data
The PC enthusiast's resource
OS X security :)
What is new at diglloyd.com
Spectrum Online is the member publication of the IEEE, the world's leading society for engineering technology, computer engineering, and communications technologies
A place to post things you thought you were buying for life, yet they failed anyway. Friends of /r/BuyItForLife
reframing the world one picture at a time
Biting the hand that feeds IT
Fast & Fully Customizable Web Browser
Photography and Technology
on Tomasz Tunguz
Exploring better ways to carry bags, wallets & more.
News and analysis about data centers, cloud computing, managed hosting and disaster recovery
Where technology meets something or other
This journal discusses photography in all its guises with an emphasis on the art of making photographs.
Towards a catalogue of London’s inter-dimensional gateways
The latest digital camera and digital imaging reviews from Digital Photography Review.
Smoke like a hippie, drink like a pirate and code like a hacker
The Imaging Resource News page is the best way to stay on top of all the latest in the fast-paced world of digital imaging! Up-to-the-minute news as well as coverage of the latest articles and reviews covering digital imaging hardware and software of all types, professional and amateur. From digital cameras, printers and scanners to the latest image editors and more, we cover it. The IR News page is read by industry professionals and enthusiasts alike. Come check us out today...
Fresh hacks every day
University of Toronto
Recent content on Go, the unwritten parts
Everyday Carry or EDC generally refers to small items or gadgets worn, carried, or made available in pockets, holsters, or bags on a daily basis to manage common tasks. These are for use in unexpected situations or emergencies. In a broader sense, EDC refers to being prepared for both the known and the unknown.
Open source hardware projects
Web Magazine for guys. Men's Style, gadgets, gear, technology, vehicles and more. Stuff we drool about.
Charger, Battery, Cell, Power Bank, Gadgets News And Review
Leica news, before it happens
A website about London
Advanced persistent cybersecurity
Recent posts in TimKadlec.com on Web Performance Consulting | TimKadlec.com
Brent Simmons's weblog.
Macintosh punditry and curmudgeonry.
Where Storage Lives
Rebirth of audio | News & Reviews
The Rogue Amoeba Blog
ParisTech Review is the online magazine of ParisTech that assesses how technological innovations, as well as major changes in demographics, the climate and natural ressources, will bring sweeping changes to business, the economy, society and individuals.
Learn How To Go Paperless With Easy Document Tips
News and blather from MaxBarry.com
collecting cartographic curiosa
The Latest Tool Reviews, New Tool Previews, Best Tool Picks & Deals Blog
Some outright rants from a bunch of infosec practitioners.
Wholesome SF For all things positive, uplifting, and wholesome about San Francisco, California.
RTL-SDR (RTL2832U) and software defined radio news and projects. Also featuring Airspy, HackRF, FCD, SDRplay and more.
learn | understand | share
Small steps toward a much better world.
Breaking News on Confectionery & Biscuit Processing
The Accessories Talk forum, the place to discuss everything from memory cards to tripods to camera bags. Please use the dedicated forums for lens and camera discussions.
Essential knowledge for making your web pages faster.
All articles from Digital Photography Review
A subreddit where you can ask questions about what hardware supports GNU/Linux, how to get things working, places to buy from (i.e. they support GNU/Linux) and so on. No hard and fast rules as such, posts will be treated on their own merit.
overview for LaughingMan11
The High Performance Reverse Proxy, Load Balancer, Edge Cache, Origin Server
Research in Mobile and Web Technology
For the love of paper, pens and office supplies
Cringely on technology
Computers make us more productive. Yeah, right. Lifehacker recommends the software downloads and web sites that actually save time. Don't live to geek; geek to live.
A blog by Stephen Few
Latest Mac Speed Test Results and Analysis
Recent content on Russell Cohen
The leading British website for tailoring, luxury and men's style
Great discussions with security, defense, and foreign policy experts recorded over drinks.
Tech news and reviews
Network design, architecture, thinking, working. Tech.
Tim Oren's notes and opinions on technology, venture investing, Silicon Valley, life, the universe and everything.
we smash you with the information that will make your life easier. really.
Tracking and unpacking the world of travel
This feed contains the most recent CVE cyber vulnerabilities published within the National Vulnerability Database.
To fill a large gap in the audiophile community. Instead of waiting for traditional sources to cover audiophile grade computer systems in greater detail, we started computeraudiophile.com.
Uncrate is a web magazine for guys who love stuff. Our team finds the best gadgets, clothes, cars and more so you can blow your rent money easier.
Alpine Linux News
Apple Mac Enterprise IT Blog & macOS News for MacAdmins
Recent content on TuM'Fatig
The World's Most Popular Source for Watch Reviews, News & Admiration Since 2007
Blog of Raph Levien.
New wonders and curiosities added to the Atlas.
Online Privacy blog by Private Internet Access VPN. Protect your online privacy.
A List of Great Technology
Organizations Usually Get the IT They DeserveSM
Unbiased reviews, interviews, and content designed to help you on the hunt for the perfect pack.
The city, dissected: News, politics, arts, food and everything else that makes this city great.
A home devoted to DIY, Photography and Lighting
products, development, management...
Turning technology from mumbo-jumbo into rich tasty gumbo
Jim Gettys' ramblings on random topics, and occasional rants.
Unique analysis and insights from The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires on the daily news in the world's largest democracy
Views on software from Bryan Cantrill's deck chair
EV and Tesla News, Green Energy, Ebikes, and more
a goal is a dream with a deadline
Matt Levine is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering finance. He was an editor of Dealbreaker, an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, a mergers and acquisitions lawyer at Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz, and a clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit.
Chaos Manor Musings
Data-Driven Design Insight
The logical open evolution of opensolaris
Digital Photography Review, Latest digital camera news, camera reviews, galleries, technology and comparisons.
A place to share alternatives to popular online services that can be self hosted without giving up privacy or locking you into a service you don't control.
Lifehacks: Uncommon solutions to common problems.
Latest Saturday Morning Breakfast Cereal comics and news
A look at the history of battle in popular culture
Gophers of the world unite!
/r/ManyBaggers is for folks who like all things that are bags. If like bags of any kind this sub is for you! If you have lots of backpacks, purses, wallets, etc and are ashamed to admit it this sub is for you! If like you to constantly talk about bag designs then this sub is for you!
Occasional badly-informed opinions, worth exactly what you pay for them. Mostly technology and politics with a pseudo-philosophical twist.
werd.com is a men's gear blog bringing unique gear and gift ideas to you daily.
Staff from the BBC's online and technology teams talk about BBC Online, BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and the BBC's digital services. The blog is reactively moderated. Your host is Jonathan Murphy.
Exploring the world of Tesla, SpaceX, Elon Musk, and future technologies including the premium electric vehicle market.
News, Pictures, Events and Discussion about London, UK
an interesting idea every three months; a posting every day
Where audio and video equipment undergoes rigorous objective and subjective tests by our staff, ensuring that marketing slogans aren't the only guidelines for your home theater choices.
HiConsumption delivers all the best in men's lifestyle. Find all the coolest gadgets, automobiles, gear, fashion and more for guys.
Author - Study Hacks
USB-C devices, news, and information.
A comprehensive backpack review blog for all of life's endeavors - Medium
Apple news, app reviews, and stories by Federico Viticci and friends.
A subreddit for all things related to the administration of Apple devices.
Cold summers, thick fog, and beautiful views. Welcome to the subreddit for the gorgeous City by the Bay! San Francisco, California, USA.
LCD Monitor Information, Reviews, Guides and News
Qubes OS is a security-oriented, open-source operating system for personal computers. It uses virtualization to implement security by compartmentalization and supports both Linux and Windows virtual environments.
The Printers and Printing forum, the place to discuss both home and third party printing.
I just said what I said and it was wrong. Or was taken wrong.
Fuji digital camera news
The latest news and insights from Google on security and safety on the Internet.
Stories by Nassim Nicholas Taleb on Medium
Intelligent news and comment throughout the day from The Guardian newspaper
Between the Lines
San Francisco News Arts & Culture
The future of sustainable transportation is here! This is the Reddit community for EV owners and enthusiasts. Discuss evolving technology, new entrants, charging infrastructure, government policy, and the ins and outs of EV ownership right here.
Helping a unique generation achieve financial independence.
Leica News, Reviews and Community
inside the sausage factory
Welcome to your friendly /r/homelab, where techies and sysadmin from everywhere are welcome to share their labs, projects, builds, etc. Keep the subreddit drama OUT, report it if you see any.
A reddit dedicated to the profession of Computer System Administration.
The Leica Talk forum, the place to discuss Leica digital cameras, such as the S-system, SL-system, M-system, Leica Q, TL-system, Leica X, D-LUX, V-LUX and Leica C series.
Please visit also www.danielmitsui.com.
Latest package releases
Personal site and technical blog of Frederic Cambus
The extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.
Online Magazine for Fuji X Photographers
The Nikon Z Mirrorless Talk forum, the place to discuss Nikon's Z 7 and Z 6 full-frame mirrorless cameras and lenses.
The latest physics and technology news
EU news and policy debates across languages
... is your freedom to understand, discuss, repair, and modify the technological devices you own.
For practical, durable and quality made products that are made to last.
This week's issues and insights in economics<br /> Edited by Arnold Kling
Retrouvez les derniers articles de capital.fr
The Ricoh Talk forum, the place to discuss Ricoh digital cameras.
###Enterprise Networking Routers, switches and firewalls. Network blogs, news and network management articles. Cisco, Juniper, Brocade and more all welcome.
By Matt Stiles
Very occasional tech stuff...
Reporting Global Tech Stories
A digital daily of things that matter.
wherever i put my .emacs, that's my home
Latest posts by Craig Mod on medium.com
Recent content on Timac
Unofficial community devoted to Alpine Linux, a security-oriented, lightweight Linux distribution based on musl libc and busybox.
Aeon is a magazine of ideas and culture. We publish in-depth essays, incisive articles, and a mix of original and curated videos—free to all.
For Executives, Entrepreneurs, and other Digerati who need to know about SaaS and Web 2.0.
Thoughts and tutorials about Open Source, BSD and GNU/Linux system administration, and programming - the pragmatic way.
Choices in data management and analysis
Hodinkee's daily entry of the most interesting and rare watches from around the world.
Practical insights, tools and resources from leading business thought leaders.
Vox - Recode
D. J. Bernstein's personal weblog.
Parliamentary Plots & Conspiracy
The acme of foolishness
Home Theater Equipment Reviews
The Truth About Cars is dedicated to providing candid, unbiased automobile reviews and the latest in auto industry news.
illumos and storage. Rockets and whitewater. Go figure.
The Nikon SLR Lens Talk forum, the place to discuss Nikon SLR lenses.
An industry analyst blog looking at software ecosystems and convergence
Alpine packages build scripts
I code. I used to be super-hardcore in Silicon Valley. I sold out and now live in London working in financial services. Here's where I rant at nobody in particular.
Inkjets, lasers, thermal, commercial and industrial printers. We make printers suck less by promoting printer maintenance, troubleshooting and providing accurate recommendations.
Web Designer's Online Resource
A daily perspective on Salt Water New England and its seasons through all original photographs, old and new, and commentary
Professional genre-bender, casual gamer, student of religion, author of critically acclaimed books and bestselling comics.
Recent content in Hugo News on Hugo
Ask Us Anything about San Francisco
Slightly obsessed with finding the perfect, non-obtrusive, exactly-what-you-need-but-can-hold-a-bit-more EDC bag . We abhor overstuffed pockets, but don't want the burden of a backpack. We aim to resolve the great Man Purse Conundrum (MPC) -- one bag at a time.
Leica cameras & gear, news, discussion
A Guide To Reliable Products
Fountain Pen, Ink, and Stationery Reviews
More than just an online printing company, PsPrint is your integrated marketing and direct mail partner.
underground art and culture from San Francisco and beyond
Photography news, before it happens
A site about content theft, Plagiarism, and copyright issues on the Web.
A syndication feed of all the blogs on this system
Mac OS X and Cocoa programming
RSS feed for the Gulliver Economist blog.
Python core development news and information.
Random thoughts, on Solaris, Linux, IRIX and gasp even the occasional Windows tidbit may weasel its way in.
A networking blog maintained by the community at packetlife.net
Dave Beazley's mondo computer blog.
Die, Workwear! is a menswear blog devoted to the good life. Since starting this blog, I've had the honor of becoming a contributing writer at Put This On (www.putthison.com). I do most of my writing there, but Die, Workwear! remains active with things that don't fit in well with Put This On.
BitWorking | Joe Gregorio
An Open Handset Alliance Project.
The Frisc shares voices and tells stories about our city in flux. - Medium
Random thoughts from a passionate bookplate collector.
Initial Program Load
This site tries to bring together all the lore, art, science, practice, and experience of building scalable websites into one place so you can learn how to build your own website with confidence. Please Start Here.
The blog of Nate Berkopec, Ruby on Rails programmer.
A blog about code and books
Evan Miller's News
A blog about multicore, cloud computing, accelerators, Virtual Worlds, and likely other topics, loosely driven by the effective end of Moore's Law. It's also a place to try out topics for my next book.
La Vida Leica News Feed
Routing, Switching, general security and anything else I decide to write down.
The site is leafless.ca, but this is my ordinary programming blog, not anything about leafless itself.
Field notes and occasional musings by Peter on Stuff that happens, from a free software perspective, mainly OpenBSD, FreeBSD.
Ask Me Anything
Chroniques, critiques et guides sur la BD Franco-Belge, les Comics et Mangas.
The Adventures of Richard Baguley, technology writer
Lifestyle and gear guide cut for the modern mountain man.
Cooking With The Single Guy
Learn about Netflix's world class engineering efforts, company culture, product developments and more. - Medium
Python core developer. Tall, snarky Canadian.
A web series about dressing like a grownup. From Jesse Thorn and Adam Lisagor.
Brendan Gregg's professional blog
The official blog of Paragon Initiative Enterprises.
nothing great has ever been accomplished without irrational exuberance
Thoughts on people, cities and moving about.
Musing on telecommunications industry and other sundries
Information about the world of high quality audio
Articles by Paul Graham
Perfectionistic and minimalistic programming.
P1 Security Labs
All about Voice Over IP, Internet Based Communications and Video.
Musings from Colin Percival
Technology, Java, gadget, and search news, with some personal interests thrown in to keep things interesting.
Changes to the site, of interest or otherwise.
Blog about technologies like PostgreSQL and other Open Source technologies.
Feed of all the lame entries for Uptown Almanac
James Fallows is a National Correspondent for <em>The Atlantic</em>. A 25-year veteran of the magazine and former speechwriter for Jimmy Carter, he is also an instrument-rated pilot and a onetime program designer at Microsoft.
What happened to the global economy and what we can do about it
Original research on Internet architecture and regulation.
Ramblings of a programmer
Let's slim down Microsoft into a lean, mean, efficient customer pleasing profit making machine! Mini-Microsoft, Mini-Microsoft, lean-and-mean!
Programming in the 21st Century
Werner Vogels' weblog on building scalable and robust distributed systems.
The Latest News from Research at Kudelski Security
A bunch of bytes about nothing
You tell that other boy, not to touch the woodwork...
A List Apart Issue 218
The Blog of Scott Aaronson
because repeating myself sucks
use unix or die.
Startup Law, Venture Capital, Securities Law, M&A
Not a photo blog, but sometimes I play one on TV
Making the World a Better Place, One Evil Mad Scientist at a Time
Bay Area Urban Planning - Maps, Wallpaper, Photos & Links
Tales of the network reformation
Thought-provoking Lightroom advice and training, plug-ins and web galleries, custom solutions
Blog, Projects, and Links
neat fun stuff
News & Information from the Ajax News & Feature Service web site www.ajaxnetphoto.com
Just another WordPress weblog
<a href="http://blogs.sun.com/sunay/resource/sunay_bio.html">Sunay Tripathi's</a> Solaris Networking Weblog
Thoughts and tutorials on software interface design for Mac OS X and iPhone.
Metroblogging San Francisco
Curated market intelligence
Thomas Roessler's notes on ICANN, the GNSO, the ALAC, and less virtual topics.
An entrepreneur's guide to hacking venture capital since Persian calendar year 1386
Life is like a box of chocolates.... fattening and gives me a headache.
a personal introduction to Japanese photography
The blog of Bill Pijewski, a member of the Joyent engineering team
David Marks blog about startups and stuff
Simple style advice for the modern man. Unless noted otherwise, all images and written content are my own.
Mike Rohde's weblog, covers design, mobile computing, travel, cycling, books, music and film.
Everyday Carry, or EDC, generally refers to small items or gadgets worn, carried, or made available in pockets, holsters, or bags on a daily basis to manage common tasks or for use in unexpected situations or emergencies. In a broader sense, it is a lifestyle, discipline, or philosophy of preparedness.
Brendan's Roadmap Updates
Random musings on software in an embedded world.
Blogging on a platform that doesn't suck
Raising Geek Generation 2.0
Painless Software Management
A blog about the science of sound recording and reproduction
A blog for Borderlands Books, a Science Fiction specialty bookstore located in San Francisco's Mission District
Fountain pens, ink, paper and more
Weekly notes on issues related to photoethnography, fieldwork in Japan, classic cameras, digital photography, and other topics related to visual anthropology. Sponsored by Photoethnography.com
Comments on the tech industry, with a focus on mobile, wireless, & the web
Exploring the intersection of technology and journalism
The Blog of Atul Varma
Advanced programming tips, tricks and hacks for Mac development in C/Objective-C and Cocoa.
Analysis of current economic conditions and policy
An ongoing examination of what it means to be an IT professional in today's world.
Slow Takes from the Canopy (and occasional stochastic filtering)
A place for the 141st character
Distilling fine web design since 1863
Truth in Startups, and a Whole Lot Less
what is the vertiginous chapati saying to me?
anything dealing with *NIX or what ever I want to write about
The comic about technology and culture, by Nitrozac and Snaggy!
200 words or less about design.
Electronics and Electrical Engineering News, Projects & Technical Articles.
apenwarr - NITLog
Leicester professional photography
THE ULTIMATE RESOURCE SITE FOR EVERYONE WHO FLIES
Ω image reviews, commentary, and how-to's, on the state of audiophile nation.
BattlePenguin Dot Com
the home of online investigations
In which Ben Aaronovitch occasionally writes down things that occur to him despite the fact that he won't get paid for doing it.
software, security, policy
where you find tips and tutorials about technology
Nonprofit, nonpartisan journalism explaining California's policies and politics
Legal developments involving the internet and new technologies
RSS feed for the Charlemagne's notebook Economist blog.
Our coder's life
This technical discussion list covers vulnerability research, exploit development, and security events/gossip. It was started by ImmunitySec founder Dave Aitel and many security luminaries participate. Many posts simply advertise Immunity products, but you can't really fault Dave for being self-promotional on a list named DailyDave.
Free eBooks Library
A monthly treatise on individuals, interactions, and the true valuation of the things on the left, by Graham Lee & Adrian Kosmaczewski
The Official Dilbert Daily Comic Strip RSS Feed
economics, statistics, philosophy, math, science, game theory, and DIY air purifiers
Insights in Signals Intelligence, Communications Security and Top Level Telecommunications equipment.
A Rural Retreat
This subreddit is intended to discuss the Gemini PDA as well as any other related news.
Independent, unencumbered analysis and investigative reporting.
Ideas, issues, knowledge, data - visualized!
Why tiny gains make a big difference in health and in life.
Zero Wind :: Jamie Wong
Objects, Networks, and Making Things Work
Strategies for Internet citizens
Latest Laws and Sausages comics and news
A sub to discuss anything produced in Great Britain and Northern Ireland. Use the flairs to help find what you're looking for.
Over a Lebanese comic author's shoulder.
Real stories you will not believe
RSS feed for new additions over the last 10 days to Netflix USA (100% unofficial!). A project by MaFt.co.uk
The Best Products NOT Made in China
Rob Cottingham's cartoon about the social web and how we live online
Come on in and check out what's new in Self Hosted applications and stick around for the Homelab guides!
Northwest Audio & Video Guy
Get the latest news on O'Reilly's Deal of the Day
For The Good City
Videos, Reviews, How To Pack Light
HealthCare.gov, DNC, EveryBlock
Spreading the Light with flashlight news for everyone
Ω image reviews, commentary, and how-to's, on the state of photophile nation.
The Official QC RSS Feed
The unofficial Aer community on reddit. Aer started in 2014 as a crowdfunding project that combined a gym bag and an office bag into one unique design. Since then, they've grown their collection and stocked their bags at some of the top retailers around the world.
A place to discuss bags and other object which we use to carry our stuff around in.
Bookplates, ex-libris and anything related.
DeskPorn: High quality photography that will make you tidy your room.
The reddit for connoisseurs of good kicks, threads, gadgets, accessories, bling and more for the geared up redditor. We display the best of reddits gear that combine form, function and aesthetics. Get inspired and get geared up.
This subreddit is for people who would like to give, as well as receive advice on ways to organize. Organize what? It could be as simple as how to organize your closet to how you organize your files at your house.
Thoughts on Software Development, from an ex-Hardware Engineer
Comics, music and other stuff by that guy Peter Chiykowski.
Embedded security, crypto, software protection
All about Realtek RTL2832U based RTL-SDRs
Personal blog for Ryan Finnie
Bloomsbury News and Long Reads
#! is not a curse word
Geek ephemera: Paper, pens, pencils and productivity apps
A feed of source/target editions
Share your love for paper and office supplies, notebooks, pens and other writing implements, greeting cards... No self-promotion allowed
A silly little blog about grand technological triumphs using little more than stupid SmartOS tricks.
Reviews, rants, and misc thoughts on technology. I'm trying to give back to the internet community who's various blogs and forums have given me so much information in the past.
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Understanding technology ... in both senses of the phrase
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Memories of a life less ordinary...
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All the Tech News That's Fit to Commit. By Steve Moser
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