On Strong AI & Robotics

Creating a Bookmark List

In response to “The Small Website Discoverability Crisis” by Viktor Lofgren I’m making a list of bookmarks to small sites that I find interesting.

However, “interesting” does not necessarily mean I’m agreeing with everything you might find on these blogs / sites. Indeed maybe I like reading some of these because they challenge what I think.

As Lofgren wrote:

It’s a bit strange, almost nobody seems to be doing this. Looking through a sample of personal websites, very few of them has links to other personal websites. A hyperlink isn’t a marriage proposal. It is enough to find some redeeming quality in a website to link to it. It costs nothing, and helps bring traffic to pages that you yourself think deserve it.

I used to do that on older personal websites starting in the late 1990s and in old blogs. But I suppose like most people that faded away in the past ten years. Plus you have to check the links once in a while because people (or at least their websites) fall off the map often.

But let’s give it a shot. I don’t know how often I’ll maintain this but it’s better than nothing.

I’ll put them on the appropriately named page, Bookmarks.

And make sure to check out the Marginalia search engine project.