Skip to content

Recently added blogs

Or see recently updated blogs

  1. Composite NEW
    “Internet — information — criticism — poetry — connection — feminism — open source — open spaces — translation — digression — recursion — boats — wheelchairs — disability rights — ranting — the future.” By Liz Henry. 🇺🇸

    Updated
    The slowest nice vacation
    I am back to walking a little and we went ahead with our planned vacation. We tried to plan it so that even if I wasn’t doing too well it would still be enjoyable and …
    By Liz, 1,900 words

    Feed Started in . Average 475 words.

  2. Magical Trash NEW
    “Documenting the trash cans of Disney theme parks and resorts for 13 years.” By Steve Tanner. 🇺🇸

    Updated
    The opening of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway in...
    The opening of Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway in Mickey’s Toontown at Disneyland introduced new trash and recycling can designs to the area. This can joins another addition found outside the attraction. Inside the attraction …
    124 words

    Feed Started in . Average 165 words.

  3. anthro{dendum} NEW
    “A group blog devoted to ‘doing anthropology in public’ — providing well-written relevant discussion of sociocultural anthropology that everyone will find accessible.”

    Updated
    In 2023, Question Everything
    Here’s a New Year’s Resolution for everyone for 2023: Question everything about how we teach, do research, and select students or job applicants. – Question grades – Question letters of recommendation – Question peer review …
    By Kerim, 67 words

    Feed Started in . Average 1,161 words.

  4. Matt Gemmell NEW
    “Thriller, Horror, and Suspense author.” 🇬🇧

    Updated
    New Gods
    I’ve always been troubled by people’s apparent need to worship something. The word itself makes me uncomfortable, and even queasy. There’s an implicit subservience and hierarchical demotion in it. Honestly, I find it quite pitiable, …
    239 words

    Feed Started in . Average 1,037 words.

  5. Babak Fakhamzadeh NEW
    “A full stack developer, creates mobile apps and digital art.”

    Updated
    A flight to Ushuaia
    The deepest south, save for Antarctica itself, is on many bucket lists. It’s a kind of legendary, with the names Ushuaia and Tierra del Fuego having almost mythical qualities. Ushuaia is the self-styled southernmost city …
    By Babak Fakhamzadeh, 1,013 words

    Feed Started in . Average 927 words.

  6. Follow Me Here… NEW
    ““I am the world crier, & this is my dangerous career… I am the one to call your bluff, & this is my climate.” —Kenneth Patchen (1911-1972).” By Eliot Gelwan. 🇺🇸

    Updated
    Earth’s Core Has Stopped and May Be Reversing Direction, Study Says
    ‘Earth’s inner core has recently stopped spinning, and may now be reversing the direction of its rotation, according to a surprising new study that probed the deepest reaches of our planet with seismic waves from …
    By FmH, 96 words

    Feed Started in . Average 100 words.

  7. Jeffs Gameblog NEW
    “a blog about games and stuff.” By Jeff Rients.

    Updated
    a videro grame review
    Fateful Lore is the first outing from Fantaseel Interactive. It's a tiny Japanese-style retro RPG for your phone (iOS or Android). You play a lone hero trying to save the kingdom. You level up by …
    By Jeff Rients, 399 words

    Feed Average 205 words.

  8. Failure Tolerated NEW
    “The latest entries posted on Failure Tolerated.” By Sean McCoy.

    Updated
    Thinking about Safety Tools in RPGs
    I wrote up a thread recently about safety tools in ttRPGs/mothership, but I wanted to archive it here for future reference and expand on it a little bit. Let’s get into it: I’m working on …
    By 2022-10-07-Thinking-of-Safety-Tools-in-RPGs.txt, 851 words

    Feed Started in . Average 1,587 words.

  9. tourist wannabe - Rado's blog NEW
    By Radoslav Sharapanov.

    Updated
    Propeller plane domestic flight in Bulgaria
    GullivAir ATR 72-600 Sofia-Burgas-Sofia The post Propeller plane domestic flight in Bulgaria appeared first on tourist wannabe.
    By rado, 23 words

    Feed Started in . Average 121 words.

  10. Lloyd Atkinson - Articles NEW
    🇬🇧

    Updated
    2022: Year in Review
    My thoughts and ideas about my year - Tagged: Year in review
    16 words

    Feed Started in . Average 28 words.

  11. Rock and Null NEW
    “Tech, software and whatever comes to mind.”

    Updated
    Demystifying the behavioral interview: Part 3 - Tricky coding interviews
    Welcome to the third installment of our series on demystifying the behavioral interview. We already went through the necessary groundwork and covered some popular questions the hiring managers ask. Now we’ll share more tricks of …
    By Dusty Zaman, 963 words

    Feed Started in . Average 654 words.

  12. LogRocket Blog NEW
    “For Frontend Developers and Web App Engineers.” 🇺🇸

    Updated
    Using Pulumi with TypeScript
    Pulumi is an increasingly popular Infrastructure as Code (IaC) platform leveraging several programming languages to interact with cloud resources. In particular, Pulumi programs are blueprints of the infrastructure and describe how the latter should be …
    By Matteo Di Pirro, 2,946 words

    Feed Started in . Average 1,773 words.

  13. nadreck.me NEW
    “Maunderings of a Digital Self.” By Nabil Maynard. 🇺🇸

    Updated
    2023
    Happy New Year and all that. It’s now 2023, arguably an auspicious year in Discordianism, and hopefully a good year for the rest of us as well. I’m currently in Palm Springs with Simone, having …
    By Nadreck, 1,121 words

    Feed Started in . Average 383 words.

  14. Saneef’s website NEW
    “Hello. I’m Saneef. I design information and build interfaces.” By Saneef Ansari. 🇮🇳

    Updated
    What I love about Observable
    When I’m looking at a data visualisation, or a generative art notebook at Observable, it is so easy to look under the hood. I can read the whole code. I can tinker with it. It …
    133 words

    Feed Started in . Average 378 words.

  15. Random Drop NEW
    “Random Drop includes all of my blog posts, so it's the easy way to see what I'm up to.”

    Updated
    modular bash profile scripting with shellswain
    When I set out to build a history module for my bashrc/profile, the dearth of code re-use and collaborative ~unixy modularity struck me as a little sad. I knew early on that I wanted to …
    68 words

    Feed Started in . Average 44 words.

See more, or see recently updated blogs