What are the Top Ten Python Related Blogs?

by Noah Gift

In the spirt of health competition, and because I selfishly want to know what blogs to fill my Google Reader account with, what are the Top Ten Python Related Blogs? Also, how many RSS feeds should I take? What is manageable?

What are the Top Ten Python Blogs you read either "old school" or through an rss feed? Here are ten I happen to read in no particular order but feel free to order yours by whatever political statement you choose:

Tornado of Testing Titus
Dynamic Diatribes of Doug
Glitsy Glyf
Enigmatic Ian
Jazzerific James
Jewels of JJ
Jonathan's Juleps of Joy
Ricky the Tricky Raccoon
Natural Selection Niemeyer
Jumping Jeremy Jones

10 Comments

Tzury bar Yochay
2007-07-11 21:26:26

1. from __future__ import * (http://bob.pythonmac.org/)
2. Spyced (http://spyced.blogspot.com/)
3. B-List (http://www.b-list.org/weblog/)


and of course Guido's (http://www.artima.com/weblogs/index.jsp?blogger=guido)

Doug Hellmann
2007-07-12 03:57:54
Check out http://planet.python.org and http://www.planetpython.org for the official and "unofficial" planet feeds. It's much easier than subscribing to individual blogs.
Manuzhai
2007-07-12 13:50:48
I mostly just read Planet Python (http://planet.python.org/), it has a pretty good selection. Also, effbot.org/zone is good, and I am subscribed to it's RecentChanges feed.
Noah
2007-07-12 14:00:09
I will check out planet python. That does look pretty cool. I also like Bob's website too. I also read compound thinking. Filling up Google Reader Account now....

2007-07-12 19:44:21
Links to actual blogs would be much more suitable.
What's the point of linking to feeds?
Noah Gift
2007-07-13 05:05:56
I guess I am lazy as I want the rss fee url so I can plop it into Google Reader. If people want to post both that is cool though..

2007-07-13 07:31:33
Well then, as long as it's convenient for the author.
Harish Mallipeddi
2007-07-16 18:56:32
I just read the unofficial Planet Python. There are too many good Python blogs to bother adding them individually :)
Noah
2007-07-24 10:17:54
Mike,


I agree, I just started reading Phillips blog, and have been reading Mark's and Kevin's for a while. I will check out Martin and Max! Your comment was stuck in some junk queue and I just now found it. Sorry for the delay. Movable type apparently doesn't like href :)

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