a blogroll is a list of blogs that one likes to read. kind of like recommended accounts or something but without the breach of privacy.
most of these are personal sites, but a couple aren't. i enjoy reading all of them, but that doesn't mean that i endorse or agree with every view shared.
- paritybit.ca — jake bauer has a well designed website and has written a lot of interesting articles about software minimalism and related topics.
- mutoshack.jerq.org — this is muto's text log. the articles here are more wandering or ranty but just as interesting.
- uninformativ.de — lots of discussion on modular software.
- atomized.org — articles about vintage hardware and lispy things.
- nokoru.neocities.org — good articles about all sorts of topics vaguely related to computers. i'm not so keen on the feed setup of the site but still enjoy it a lot.
- bernsteinbear.com — a great series on writing a lisp, as well as other well written pieces.
- blog.notryan.com — posts mostly about how the blog is implemented, but it's interesting.
- howivim.com — self-indulgent pieces on how people use vim.
- usesthis.com — self-indulgent pieces on what people use.
- jehanne.io — jehanne is a simple operating system somewhat inspired by plan9.
- ambrevar.xyz — fascinating articles about lisp and emacs, and the virtues of extensible software.
- asylum.madhouse-project.org — different perspectives on niche programmer debates, and mechanicial keyboards.
- begriffs.com — various unixy things.
- friendo.monster — i like the design of this website. good articles on ubiquitous programs.
- icyphox.sh — articles on the importance of simplicity in software.
- idlewords.com — first he made one of my favourite paid for web services. then he started doing crisis journalism. endlessly fascinating.
- macwright.com — thoughtful articles on all sorts of topics.
- malleable.systems — a collective blog for discussing software that allows the user to manipulate it in unexpected ways.
- solar.lowtechmagazine.com — the design of this site is very interesting, and the content doesn't disappoint either. discussions on the problems that come with society's insistence that throwing technology at a problem will fix it.
- technomancy.us — phil hagelberg's blog on the things he's working on - fennel, löve, and so on.
- tonsky.me — a developer reminiscing about how good things used to be.
- twobithistory.org — computer history for computer people.
- zge.us.to — generally longer-form pieces on emacs and alternative systems.
- regularflolloping.com — amusing semi-nihilistic posts.
- wowana.me — blog covering a variety of topics, sometimes controversial.
- satran.in — book reviews and simplicity.