Time to share my blogroll. With comments, because comments are important. Almost everyone I follow gives their name on the site, and it’s important for me to put those names here. These are also the names I see in my reader, because I read people, not brands. Some people prefer to publish under a pseudonym, and that’s fine with me. Those are listed below as their pen names.
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Adam Nowak – RSS
Adam likes blue. And he’s using his website to share his thoughts with the world which is basically why we all blog. Adam writes about technology, but from the human point of view. Also, he shares his personal experience.
Ali Reza Hayati – RSS
An entrepreneur, hacker, cypherpunk, and user freedom activist. He writes about technology and society, ethics and social networks, and big techs, but thehuman being is always in center of his thoughts.
Alison Wilder – RSS
A musician, technologist and entrepreneur. She has an unhealthy obsession with how the brain works, especially with regard to music, and an even unhealthier need to learn by experience.
Ana Rodrigues – RSS
She’s a front end web developer who’s also interested in design, photography, video, ethics, IndieWeb, sustainability, plants, cooking, privacy, cats, memes, DIY, films, travel, dreams and skin care. I love folks who have so wide horizons.
Ben Werdmuller – RSS
Let Ben tell about himself – that’s the reason I follow him: “I care deeply about building and cultivating an open, independent web that supports diverse voices and provides a strong platform for everyone to build and innovate. I’ve been an invited expert in W3C working groups and am a participating member of the indieweb community.”
Brent Simmons – RSS
Brent is the maker of NetNewsWire, the best RSS app available on Apple platform. He is also very nice and clever folk who share his view on the technology and society. His blog isn’t as active as it used to be, but it’s still worth following.
Bryan Maniotakis – RSS
Bryan is a product designer and tinkerer with a stoic mind. He writes about technology but with a decent dose of sanity. Also, he’s a nice folk who don’t hesitate to reach out to strangers from the internet. I like it very much.
Bryce Wray – RSS
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.
Chris Jung – RSS
The only blog in German that I follow. Chris is awesome folk who send me an e-mail once, and now I follow him. He shares his personal experiences and insights in connection with my anxiety disorder, life wisdom, independence and his thoughts.
Chris Jones – RSS
A web developer during the day. He’s been known to listen to music, take photographs, and read books. He loves to hike and travel. It has been said that he doesn’t give himself enough credit, so I’d like to give him credit.
Chris Wiegman – RSS
Everyone can check who Chris is on his website, I’m going to tell you that you must follow his thoughts. Chris writes about his life experiences, what’s happening, what he is struggling with and how he’s overcoming it.
Christopher Curtis – RSS
Ex-teacher living good live with his wife and… he’s calm and warm and simply a good man. I follow him because of various topics he writes about and his posts are thoughtful and interesting.
Chuck Jordan – RSS
A writer, programmer, and game designer living in Los Angeles, California.
His blog is an outlet for him to ramble about movies, television, Disney, Star Wars, video games, and computers.
Clayton Errington – RSS
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.
Gareth Southwell – RSS
A writer, illustrator and philosopher who lives in South Wales in the UK.He’s been involved with philosophy for over thirty years, is the author of numerous books on the subject, and has a PhD on the subject of “death”.
Greg Morris – RSS
A designer, marketing manager and business digital development lead for a small insurance company specialising in niche cover. He spent many years developing disability focused policies and helping a wide selection of companies improve their physical accessibility and digital offerings to those that require a bit more help.
Habib Cham – RSS
His blog is a new one, although still older than mine. Habib writes about technology, especially about Apple things about independent social media also. He’s a nice folk worth following.
Jack Baty – RSS
Jack shares a lot. In his blogs you can find thoughts on life, society and technology, you can find a lot about photography and photos themselves. Jack’s thoughts are very inspiring to me and I have learned a lot from him.
James Cridland – RSS
Editor of Podnews, the daily podcast newsletter. He is a radio futurologist – a writer, consultant and public speaker on radio’s future. James has worked in audio since 1989 as an award-winning copywriter, radio presenter, and internet strategist.
Joshua Wold – RSS
My beloved friend who writes about… well, everything. Joshua’s blog is his journal, he writes what’s happening and what’s he’s thinking, and there’s no special topic and I really like blogs without a special topic.
Lee Peterson – RSS
If you like reading about Apple, you gonna love this blog. I don’t like reading about Apple as much as I used to, but Lee writes well and he is one of the few Apple bloggers I follow.
Lev Lazinskiy – RSS
A techie writing about… a lot of non-techie topics, which I absolute like. Plus some technology related stuff. Well, his website is a bit eclectic and everyone loves eclectic sites, right?
Matt Owens – RSS
A software engineer, musician, and man with many hobbies. His interests in technology relate to machine learning, self-hosted projects, and the role of technology in social good. Some of those hobbies include cooking, cycling, watching motorsports, and racing cars on the internet.
Matt Stein – RSS
Matt is a web designer,developer, and writer. He writes about some technical stuff but also about life. He writes honestly and openly. What’s more he has a secret blog which I leave for you to discover.
Matthew Graybosch – RSS
A writer and musician by choice, a programmer by necessity, and a metalhead by the grace of the witch. He currently tinkers with his website, so the feed can be non-functional, but it’s worth checking from time to time, because Matthew writes great posts.
MereCivilian – RSS
I don’t know his real name, but I like reading his thoughts and I like talking by e-mail. His blog is about technology, and life, and emotions. There’s nothing better than a human point of view.
Michael Harley – RSS
A Power Platform Developer deeply into MS ecosystem which is quite different to Apple stuff I prefer. It’s good to know the other point of view, but what’s more important – Michael writes a public journal. He writes about everything what’s interesting for him.
Mykie Frankenstein – RSS
Mykie writes too little and too rarely, and writes very cool, so he should write more. If more people follow him, he will probably write more. Ah, his blog is about the technology and music he creates. Because Mykie is a great musician!
Ovi Liber – RSS
An independent security researcher. He writes about hacking, security research and human rights. He mostly covers advanced persistent threats, hostile governments, surveillance, privacy violations & corporate greed.
Philip Mallegol-Hansen – RSS
He spents his time on tinkering with new technologies, writing software to scratch some personal itch, contributing to open source software for the public good, or otherwise thinking about how software is changing the world.
Rob’s tech talk – RSS
Rob is a technology enthusiast, writer and occasional programmer. His website is his attempt to share tips and tricks and help people get the most out of their technology. He also have another website, which I’ll describe later.
Ruben Schade – RSS
He is into retrocomputing, writing in coffee shops, anime, and reading stuff about things. He and his girlfriend live for travelling, bubble tea, and drinking bubble tea while travelling.
Silver Huang – RSS
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.
Silvia Maggi – RSS
A designer focused on accessibility and usability of products. She shares her own experiences also with products she uses. Her curiosity how things work and why is another reason why it’s worth to follow her.
Simone Margio – RSS
Simone is a software engineer with a good eye for design. He’s also a great folks who cares about others. He writes about technology mostly but with human factor visible. Sometimes he shares something more personal and that’s even better.
Simone Silvestroni – RSS
He said once that we’re the same man and I have a proof! We have never met, but we have a lot of common and we see the world in the same way. If you like my blog, you’re going to like his.
Steve Makofsky – RSS
Steve Makofsky is currently Senior Vice President of Engineering for NBC Universal. I am an alumnus of Nike (VP Engineering) and The Walt Disney Company (VP Technology) and spent the earlier part of his career growing up at Microsoft, Corp and Yahoo!.
Thord D. Hedengren – RSS
He’s an author and designer with an entrepreneurial streak with many interests. He’s mostly known for his work in the WordPress community, and for my books on web design and development. He also writes fiction (mostly in Swedish).