Trying to collect websites that are intersting, free-standing, with a bit (or a lot) of personality. Preference given to “hand-made” websites ;)
The art of building “personal” websites is a thing of the 90s, it appears..
- Joe Roberts
- For What It’s Worth [Offline]
- George Hart
- Peter Norvig – needs no introduction for anyone familiar with computer science.
- Dubno.com – a family website.
- Mark Irons’ Home Page – a huge inspiration for this page. I made a note of his passing here.
- Zuckershack – friend of MLI mentioned above.
- kirk.is|archive by month
- HomePage for Brian Harvey (bh at cs.Berkeley.EDU) author of Simply Scheme: Introducing Computer Science
- http://www.thattommyhall.com/ creator of SICP distilled. also see his “101 Goals in 1001 days” project.
- Patterns — Gordon Brander
- Thorsten Ball – good frontpage for developer
- Laurence Tratt – good frontpage for developer
- The Murgia Hack System – good use of simple, multiple column layout.
- Jason Goldstein | Developer uses Matthew Butterick’s Equity Text typeface for body. nice.
- Jordan Vincent | UX Designer & Software Engineer
- kevinlynagh.com – very readable, text first website design.
- Gwern.net – in depth articles. in his own words – “psychology, statistics, and technology; I am best known for my writings on the darknet markets & Bitcoin, blinded self-experiments & Quantified Self analyses, dual n-back & spaced repetition … “. Built using Hakyll.
- Dan Luu in depth articles on hardware and software engineering. (eg: Do programmers need math?, HN: the good parts)
- byuu | byuu.net – game emulator resources.
- ~hl – “an online dustbin where you leave your collected written thoughts” — someone describing this website. Programming and stuff. Arrived there via XML is almost always misused.
- Sumit Khanna – A History of Personal and Professional Websites – nice recollection of his websites ’90s to now.