Brain Baking never happens in isolation. This page contains a list of curious websites and fellow bloggers that deserve a shout-out. It is a nostalgic throwback to the nineties links or blogroll pages, like my recently excavated 2007 browser bookmarks.
I’ve categorized these according to my own social circles. This is not a complete list. Visit blogroll.org for a superior curated list of “fine personal & independent blogs”. It’s a great way to get to know new people and sites.
Friends & Acquaintances
- Peter Bridger, classic retro gaming Strife Streams to jog your memory.
- Fabien Sanglard, in-depth reverse-engineering articles on game engines.
- Roy Tang, a programmer from the Philippines writing about life and games.
- Henrique Dias, a Portuguese computer scientist student living in the Netherlands.
- Brit Butler, functional thoughts on Lisp and life.
- Ruben Schade, the very active Rubenerd log on all things nerdy and vintage.
- Winnie Lim, slow inner philosophical thoughts on the fast outer world.
- Stefan Imhoff, a German Stoic that also codes in NeoVim.
- Peter Rukavina, Canadian stories on life, journaling, and printing.
- Mike Harley, Privacy-aware posts in-between life.
- Justin Wl., A life long random battles level grind story.
The Larger Community
- Chester Bolingbroke, the CRPG Addict’s adventures.
- Ana Rodrigues, mixed jottings of tech and personal experiences.
- Chris Aldrich, a modern day cybernetics expert blogging about blogging.
- Jessica Kerr, enterprise software developer thoughts by a symmathecist.
- Josh W Comeau, a CSS expert that produces beautiful how-tos.
- Akram Ahmad, lovely cross-cultural programming digressions.
- Gergely Orosz, The Pragmatic Engineer newsletters.
- Retronauts, the seminal retro gaming podcast by ex-1UP members.
- Blake Patterson, a modern day old Byte Cellar junkyard to marvel at.