Tuesday, June 14th, 2016, 9:20 am
Where to Follow My Writings Online (2016 Edition)
ike most people*, over the years my online posting habits change and sites I was once active in I no longer access (some no longer exist at all). This differs from person to person. I used to be very active in newsgroups and in mailing lists (that was about a decade ago), but I no longer use these much. I try to use self-hosted blogs where possible, but sometimes, due to social dynamics, I also reluctantly send copies to larger networks with more people in them. It makes my messages more widely accessible to a broader audience.
I had a great time chatting with someone this weekend, whereupon I realised that some people don’t know where to follow me, or how to limit what they follow from me, based on preferences like Linux only, no politics, patents only, personal matters and so on. Here are the links to where I can be followed online in real time, so to speak.
For Linux news I use (along with my wife):
For a mix of everything (politics included):
News and focus on patents:
- Techrights (over 20,000 articles there)
- Schestowitz.com Web Log
- A few others which are barely active these days
* Even those whose online activity mostly revolves around posting (uploading) selfies and pressing “like” on other people’s selfies, FWIW.