Home > Best research based blog Best research based blog -by- James Farmer last updated - Nov 21, 2012 19 Comments: jump to comments Follow Edublogs Facebook Twitter YouTube Flipboard Nominate your choice for best research based blog. 19 Comments 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. JanSchmidt / Nov 23, 2004 / Sebastian Fiedler, Seblogging http://seblogging.cognitivearchitects.com/ Josie Fraser / Nov 23, 2004 / Lilia Efimova, Mathemagenic Seb / Nov 23, 2004 / I agree – Lilia Efimova is very thought-provoking, and a pleasure to read. Harold Jarche / Nov 24, 2004 / I nominate Lambda the Ultimate Greg / Nov 26, 2004 / Lambda the Ultimate – intellectually lively, good community, tactfully moderated. Dominic / Nov 26, 2004 / Lambda the Ultimate nearly always has something new and interesting, as either entries or discussions in the forum. Michael Greenberg / Nov 26, 2004 / Lambda the Ultimate is the best weblog on programming language theory. Thorvaldur Thorvaldsson / Nov 26, 2004 / Lambda the Ultimate is the best programming language theory, it covers recent and classical research on this area. Daniel Yokomizo / Nov 26, 2004 / I’d like to nominate Lambda The Ultimate. One of the rare places where ordinary programmers and theory-people talk to each other 🙂 Thomas Barker / Nov 27, 2004 / I’d like to nominate Lambda The Ultimate. It’s the best weblog on programming languages area i know. Serge Sivkov / Nov 27, 2004 / I second (third, fourth, …!) the nomination for Lambda the Ultimate. I have gotten a lot of very useful information there. Peter Van Roy / Nov 27, 2004 / lambda the ultimate. I learned a lot from this weblog. padioleau yoann / Nov 27, 2004 / lambda the ultimate Kyra / Nov 27, 2004 / 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.) Jeremy Aarons / Nov 28, 2004 / 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 Feldstein / Nov 29, 2004 / Michael Nielsen – http://www.qinfo.org/people/nielsen/blog/ Seb / Nov 29, 2004 / Mamamusings http://mamamusings.net/ James Farmer / Dec 1, 2004 / Thanks for suggesting my weblog 🙂 I’d add Professional-Lurker Lois Ann Scheidt… It’s not known as well as it deserves 🙂 Lilia / Dec 3, 2004 / Comments are closed.