I’ve sort of gotten away from reading a lot of websites over the last few months. Adjusting to a new job, a new hometown, a new schedule, and a new grade level have all complicated my life a lot. I’ve also lost a couple of family members recently, and while their deaths didn’t directly affect me (insofar as I’m not cleaning out houses and prepping for the sale of property on eBay, etc.), their departure from the physical body certainly upset me and disrupted my life to a degree. As a result, I’ve sort of moved away from reading a lot of things lately, other than the New York Times (particularly Paul Krugman), and John Michael Greer’s The Archdruid Report.
That and webcomics:
- Shi Long Pang, The Wandering Shaolin Monk
- xkcd – A Webcomic
- Giant In the Playground Games
- Unshelved, the library comic strip
- Girl Genius Online Comics!
- Girl and her Fed
- Questionable Content — despite the name, it’s not particularly questionable.
- Devil’s Panties — and despite the name, “it’s not Satanic Porn! Honest!” as the comic author confirms.
- Dave Gray » info
- Seth’s Blog
- Free Technology for Teachers
- for the love of learning
- Te@ch Me
- Cool Cat Teacher Blog
- Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere
- the Original Green
- David Truss :: Pair-a-dimes for Your Thoughts
- Adventures in a Gifted Classroom
What am I missing? What am I missing out on? Who should I be reading that I’m not? Who should my readers be connecting to, that we’re not? And what new art forms are out there that I should be connecting my kids to on a regular basis?