Filed under 2004, General by James | 19 comments
Nominate your choice for best research based blog.
I nominate Lilia Efimova’s “Mathemagenic” - although there are some non-research posts (about autumn leaves for example, overall it is brilliant example of a research blog where ideas, concepts and arguments are developed through shared conversations.
Sebastian Fiedler, Seblogging
Lilia Efimova, Mathemagenic
I agree - Lilia Efimova is very thought-provoking, and a pleasure to read.
I nominate Lambda the Ultimate
Lambda the Ultimate - intellectually lively, good community, tactfully moderated.
Lambda the Ultimate nearly always has something new and interesting, as either entries or discussions in the forum.
Lambda the Ultimate is the best weblog on programming language theory.
Lambda the Ultimate is the best programming language theory, it covers recent and classical research on this area.
I’d like to nominate Lambda The Ultimate. One of the rare places where ordinary programmers and theory-people talk to each other :-)
I’d like to nominate Lambda The Ultimate. It’s the best weblog on programming languages area i know.
I second (third, fourth, …!) the nomination
for Lambda the Ultimate. I have gotten a lot
of very useful information there.
lambda the ultimate.
I learned a lot from this weblog.
lambda the ultimate
I think that the best academic research blog is Brian Weatherson’s Thoughts Arguments and Rants. (Though I am a bit of a philosophy geek.)
I’m not sure exactly what a “research-based blog” is, but if Lambda the Ultimate counts as one then scale|free probably does too. I’d say it’s the “Lambda the Ultimate” for network theory geeks.
Michael Nielsen - http://www.qinfo.org/people/nielsen/blog/
Thanks for suggesting my weblog :)
I’d add Professional-Lurker Lois Ann Scheidt… It’s not known as well as it deserves :)
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