Interesting blogs and people I’ve found around the web.
The wiki of a two people who make art, software, videos, and catalog their knowledge and experience while living aboard a small sailboat. I’ve taken a lot of inspiration from their work as of late and would highly recommend getting lost in their wiki, and especially their vegan recipe website.
A newsletter/blog of a man documenting his long walks, many of which are in cities most would find unwalkable in the United States. He’ll also occasionally travel abroad and document interesting on-the-ground findings elsewhere in the world (he was in Kyiv just before the war started).
A blog from an IT worker living on a research base in Antarctica, documenting the nuances of infrastructure and everyday life in an extreme climate. The articles are pretty timeless, so it’s well worth browsing around the archive.
Indie websites are usually harder to find amongst the vast seas of content on the web. These webrings are favorites of mine for surfacing interesting nooks and crannies of the web.
From Devine’s (of 100 Rabbits) description:
Merveilles is a collective of forward-thinking individuals who strive to better each other and their surroundings through constant creation and play. This community project is aimed at the establishment of new ways of speaking, seeing and organizing.
A webring for participants of the Recurse Center:
This webring seeks to inspire recursers to build an online home and share traffic among each other. The webring welcomes personal sites such as blogs, portfolios, or wikis.