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There's a lot of blogs being hosted all over the Internet. But how many of them are actually good? Share your recommendations with the community. This list is not limited to the field of technology, so feel free to add any blog and category you want to.

To contribute to this list, if you want to contribute to this list, see the file called CONTRIBUTING. For other awesome lists, see awesome.

Table of Content

Technology

Artificial Intelligence

  • KurzweilAI Blog - A blog from Ray Kurzweil. He's probably the most famous futurist alive and an author of several bestselling books. In his blog, he answers the questions about his life and work, shares his predictions and his team is posting about various cool products related to the field of artificial intelligence. - @aleksandar-todorovic

Computer/Network Security

  • Schneier on Security - One of the leading security researchers and an author of a couple of books loves to share his security-related stories and to give his opinion on various controversies happening in the field of security. Oh, and he also likes squids! - @aleksandar-todorovic

Design

  • Canva Design School - Canva is a service that allows you to create interesting designs using their web service. What I like even more than their product is their Design School, a place where they share tutorials on how you can create awesome designs regardless of their service. - @aleksandar-todorovic

Open Source Software

  • elementary OS - Blog - elementary project has managed to accomplish something extraordinary. They've created an awesome operating system without the support of any company. Now that their operating system has become one of the most popular Linux distributions, they remained loyal to their purpose, receiving fundings only from their loyal user base. - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • Google Open Source Blog - One of the biggest technology-related companies in the world runs a blog where they discuss the way they contribute to open source software. - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • Microsoft Openness Blog - Microsoft, one of the leading providers of proprietary software, has recently started to go in the opposite direction. They've created a blog that focuses on a way Microsoft is connecting with the open source blog and they're becoming more transparent as a company than ever before. - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • Opensource.com - Opensource.com is probably the most popular blog related to open source software. You can pretty much find anything related to open source software there. The Opensource.com brand is owned by Red Hat. - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • The Mozilla Blog - A blog containing the updates from Mozilla and its products. They're certainly one of the leaders in the field of open source software - @aleksandar-todorovic

Personal Blogs

  • Aleksandar Todorović - Personal Blog (author) - I'm a self-proclaimned Open Source Advocate and I post (mostly) about open source software. I have a huge passion towards artificial intelligence, hacking, books, productivity and education. - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • Schneier on Security - One of the leading security researchers and an author of a couple of books loves to share his security-related stories and to give his opinion on various controversies happening in the field of security. Oh, and he also likes squids! - @aleksandar-todorovic
  • Wait But Why - An excellent blog run by two people who write lengthy articles about the topics that they thouroughly researched. - @aleksandar-todorovic

Productivity

  • Zen Habits - This is probably the most popular blog that shares the secrets of productivity. Highly recommended to anyone who wants to boost their productivity. @aleksandar-todorovic

Non-English

Bosnian/Serbian/Croatian

License

This repository is licensed under the Do What the Fuck You Want to Public License. For more details, check the LICENSE file.