Today is the day when bloggers are asked to promote less-well-trafficked sites they like.
NC readers have seen these sites in Links, but let me remind you of them:
Economics (generally heteredox):
Fixing the Economists (Philip Pilkington)
Markets, Finance, Banking (sometimes with political commentary):
Across the Curve (John Jansen). Your one stop on how bonds are trading today.
Cassandra Does Tokyo (although missing in action! I hope just on a long midwinter holiday)
Nick Shaxson Offshore
REDD-Monitor “REDD-Monitor aims to facilitate discussion about the concept of reducing deforestation and forest degradation as a way of addressing climate change.” Plus, carbon scams.
Sober Look (Walter Kurtz)
Adam Curtis. Infrequent but worth the wait.
Pruning Shears (Dan Frejes)
Power of Narrative (Arthur Silber)
The Sideshow (old school aggregator)
Bad Science …and thus, bad medicine.
Another Word for It (Patrick Durusau)
The Register Tech news & snark. Not exactly unknown but a good resource.
Bruce Schneier’s blog Crypto and security go-to.
Shtetl-Optimized Quantum computing, wittily or furiously.
Terry Tao’s mathematics blog, some fairly easy, some super hard, always crisp.
Please add your favorites in comments!
I wish I knew a couple more uber-snarky and sophisicated Brit econ blogs but I don’t. Maybe Richard? (RS: Coppola and Fraser would have been my choices too, interested to see reader comments)