Blogroll update #2

Another portion of feeds added to my reader. The complete list of course here:

Adam DouglasRSS
A technology enthusiast with over 30 years of computer science experience, specialized in DevOps for companies and individuals across North America and Europe. He regularly makes a very interesting collections of links.

Bix FrankonisRSS
Let’s let Bix tell us about himself: “I was born at the close of the Sixties on October 25 in upstate New York, use he/him pronouns primarily by default, have lived in St. Johns, Oregon, and environs for twenty-six years, and have been online since a dialup gopher server in 1993; and I am a straight, celibate, aromantic, agnostic, autistic, introverted, antifascist, aspirationally antiracist, middle-aged, cisgender white guy of Italian, Lithuanian, and Polish descent.” Oh, he’s interesting.

Bryce WrayRSS
Just an ordinary working guy who, for decades, has used a multitude of computing devices, operating systems, and apps — and learned a few things (and formed more than a few opinions) along the way. He can make complicated things easier to understand, and he tries to do the same on his blog.

Clayton ErringtonRSS
Clayton’s interested in web design and photography. In addition to his design and photography skills, he has technical expertise in installing and implementing computer systems and designs.

Flamed FuryRSS
Flamed writes about an open web, an old web and an independent web. Plus a lot of his personal thoughts. He has very interesting ideas and we share a lot of points of view.

Silver HuangRSS
She’s a mentor and a coach for neurodivergent folks, while she’s also neurodivergent she writes about her experiences with life and it’s always good to read someone who see the world in a similar way.

Veronica ExplainsRSS
A freelance system administrator and developer, mostly working in legacy codebases. She was a professional musician, which she declares as the best job she ever had.