I asked on Twitter and Mastodon for RSS feeds I should have in my reader, to expand my daily reading.
I received a handful of recommendations, and more are welcome!
What I have already
(These are in the order they exported from FreshRSS, rather than anything more significant.)
- Attorney at Work: practical stuff for lawyers, mostly US-centric.
- Lawyerist.com: more practical business stuff for lawyers, mostly US-centric.
- decoded.legal: our own firm's blog on Internet, telecoms, and tech (English) law stuff. (I'm subscribed so I can tell if our feed is working or not!)
i.e. written by one person, or mainly one person, rather than blogs about personal lives
- Carrie Goldberg: victims' rights lawyer in the USA.
- IP Draughts: mostly IP policy stuff, and grumblings about contract law issues.
- Tim Turner: data protection and information rights.
- Alec Muffett: mostly security, and Internet policy, stuff.
- Coffee & Kink: Amy's blog about sex and relationships.
- Emily Overton: mostly records management, and data protection / privacy, stuff.
- Girl on the Net: sex, relationships, and related rants.
- Graham Smith predominantly Internet law and policy.
- Heather Burns predominantly Internet law and policy.
- Jess Miers: a mix of Internet law and policy, from a US perspective, with experiences of being a law student in the USA.
- Neil Brown: my own personal blog, mostly Linux, Necromunda, and Internet law/policy stuff. (I'm subscribed so I can tell if our feed is working or not!).
- RevK: various techie musings and projects, with occasional cycling stuff.
- Ross McKillop: occasional, mostly tech stuff.
- Terence Eden: a daily blog, full of interesting mostly tech stuff.
- Shaun McGill: tech, politics, and watches. I've read Shaun's various blog incarnations since about 2002, and Shaun was the first "Internet friend" that I met in person.
- Bits from Debian: updates about the Linux distribution, Debian.
Recommendations for RSS feeds I received
RMGirl (Emily)'s blog, via Twitter, from RMGirl - Emily. Emily's RSS feed provides only a very short summary; if you want to work around it in FreshRSS, you can do so using an "Article CSS selector" of
Recommendations for non-RSS things
The Tech Against Terrorism newsletter, from Tech Against Terrorism.