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A partial list of websites and blogs I read either through RSS, the Fediverse or both.


  • Ye Olde Blogroll — A humanly curated list of fine personal & independent blogs that are updated regularly. No algorithms ever.

Audio, gaming

  • Melissa Pons — A field recordist whose main interests orbit around anthropology, environment, culture and social justice. For each project a part of the profit made goes back to the institutions or communities that support much needed causes and that had welcomed and guided her.
  • Winifred Phillips — A composer of music for entertainment media, her work most recently has focused on video games. She writes about music, video games, and the convergence of the two.
  • Game Developer — Game Developer was first founded in 1997 as Gamasutra, striving to be a leading resource and reference for game development and industry knowledge. Their daily posts focus on current events and developments in the game industry alongside regular, in-depth features and interviews
  • — A community for news and information about the global video games industry, they deliver news content with opinion-forming industry interviews and analysis, while the site boasts one of the largest recruitment databases for video games-related roles and a comprehensive guide to the events that span the games business.
  • REAPER blog — Jon Tidey runs an indispensable resource for the REAPER user community, providing news, reviews, tips & tricks, and detailed tutorials on music production using the REAPER software.

Design, web, tech

  • Silvia Maggi — A web designer and developer focused on usability, accessibility and information architecture. An expert in HTML, CSS and designing using web standards since 2004, she makes websites using Jekyll and WordPress. Curator of the inspiration series Design, Digested. Photography is her life-long passion. 🔥 Her newsletter can be followed via RSS.
  • Bradley Taunt — Works as a user interface and experience designer and also dabble in open source projects. Writes about macOS, design, CSS, web development, digital privacy, Linux.
  • Laura Kalbag — Designer originally from the UK, now living in Ireland. Talking about rights-respecting design, accessibility and inclusivity, privacy, web design and development.
  • Aral Balkan — Activist, designer, and developer, he’s one-half of Small Technology Foundation. They advocate for and build small technology to protect personhood and democracy in the digital network age.
  • Luke Harris — Web designer specializing in WordPress, Webflow, and static site generators. He lives and works remotely in Corpus Christi, Texas. Except for geolocation, I have a ton in common with Luke.
  • Michael Harley — Software engineer living in Nashville and working as a SharePoint Developer specializing in Power Apps, Power Automate and PowerShell. He enjoys writing about privacy, development, security, hiking, riding bicycles and grilling.
  • Ru Singh — She’s a generalist developer, focused on the web and the front-end since 2017. Ru writes about JavaScript, Django, and Python, document, administrate systems & projects, build beautiful user interfaces to go with easy user experiences and self-host.
  • Jim Nielsen — A designer who codes, working across the perceivedly disparate boundaries of design, engineering and product.
  • Parimal Satyal — Parimal is a designer and occasional writer living in Berlin. His interests are in communication, languages, cross-cultural exchange, aviation, computer history, information systems and the European Union. Parimal’s personal website is a tribute to the creative web of the 90s.
  • Redecentralize Digest new — a monthly publication about internet (re)decentralisation. It covers progress and thoughts relating technology and politics, without ties to a particular project nor to one definition of decentralisation — figuring out its meanings and relations is part of the mission. 🔥 They have a newsletter that can be followed via RSS.

Facts, personal

  • Neurologica — Steven Novella covers news and issues in neuroscience, but also general science, scientific skepticism, philosophy of science, critical thinking, and the intersection of science with the media and society.
  • Om Malik — Om is a San Francisco-based writer, photographer, and investor. He writes about technology, photography, and general observations about life. Om likes to write like a human, steering clear of jargon and B-school speak.
  • Abandoned Berlin — An attempt to document the past, uncover hidden history and preserve the memory of neglected glories, as they are now.
  • George Monbiot — Journalist and writer, he tells people what they don’t want to hear. I find his writings on climate and politics slightly depressing though always illuminating.
  • Richard Pierce — Richard Pierce is an author, broadcaster, and painter from the United Kingdom. His prose is captivating and always incredibly empathetic.
  • Raymond Hines — Ray is a lifelong entrepreneur who began a nomadic life on the road in 2016. He’s been living in a tiny camper ever since. In his inspiring blog he shares the literal and figurative journey in all manner of ways: the highs, lows, introspectives, poetry, photographs, and more.

Last update: 2022-04-05 16:51:06

Minutes to Midnight

I create and produce sound and music across multiple media and make websites using Jekyll or WordPress. Professional bass player, composer and field recordist.

Minutes to Midnight


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