I'm working on a blogroll tag and porting folks over from RSS. First up is Seth. He blogs about running, the music business, metal, promoting yourself (or band) and bright colors.
The Fox is Black is back
Bobby Solomon had a great blog about creativity and culture that was a favorite destination for many years. It lives again today as a thoughtful and densely awesome newsletter.
24 Years of Kottke.org
There are a handful of websites I keep inside a favorites folder. I'm invariably delighted whenever I see new posts on Jason's site and why I gladly extend membership each year.
Kai Brach, founder of OffscreenMag, has been putting out this solid email newsletter (digital publication) since 2018. Every issue has something good.
Since 2010 Colossal has been sharing work of visual artists around the world. Colorful, diverse and always inspiring.
Seth consistently writes about creativity, solving problems, considering technology, finding passion and executing on ideas. I'm often nodding vigorously at the end of every post.
Rob writes about the craft of technology, art, design, movies, music, the year that was, the future yet to be and he sometimes writes about air guitars.
I never thought I’d say this, but…
A fun side site by Austin Kleon.
This mini-performance on Conan is so awesomely weird. / via Fimoculous
Maker of exceptionally thoughtful design
A favorite destination online, now operating under a subscription model. This continual stream of branding updates is paired with deep dives when available and a good amount of wit. Happy subscriber here.
Beyond solid in all regard: Design, human being and passions. A powerful combo.
a visual filtration of ideas + aesthetics + amusements
Andy Baio's blog has posts about making technology do things, but he also asks questions, digs for answers and shares what he finds. In addition to all that, he brings folks together with platforms and events and runs a list of links of great interest. A favorite perspective.
Tina has been an inspiration well beyond her weblog of interesting finds around the web. But it's my first introduction to her and she's still at it and that makes me happy.
Not just a stream of links, a destination to celebrate books and
David Friedman is a photographer who explores ideas far beyond the lens.
Cabel’s Blog LOL
Cabel works at a company I've long admired: Panic. He writes about technology, videogames, music, and fireworks.
Matt Jacobs makes websites for a living but writes about all sorts of things that happen in life. Some of it is about websites.
Designer and developer living and working out of Chattanooga, Tennessee
Thoughts about technology and design and practical applications to boot!
Josh Rubin: Cool Hunting
Lots of neato stuff
a free orange
Well, it used to be a weblog called this, but Nikhil is still collecting and sharing thoughts online
Naz used to share thoughts about design and other aesthetic ephemera. This blog is retired but now he's got a new personal website up with essays.
John Gruber writes real good. Mostly about Apple things, but not always.
A List Apart
All about design, development, meaning of web content, and attention to standards.
Merlin's Lists of Five Things
A Whole Lotta Nothing
Matt Haughey's home for thoughts and links
Jon Hicks writing about design and life.
The Morning News
Aggregate online magazine
A wicked worn weblog about design sure, but also thinking about craft, life and the bigger picture.
Home of Fine Hypertext Products, and Jason Kottke's personal weblog
Personal weblog of Dan Cederholm
Personal weblog of Greg Storey