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Does anyone have a list of high quality mathematics (or related) blogs. I am of course aware of Terry Tao's most excellent blog, and also of ldtopology.wordpress.com, but I am sure the complete list is far longer.

EDIT As I say in my comment, the key point is that I am looking for high quality blogs. nLab and mathblogging both give a VERY long list, and while they are both useful resources (neither of which I was aware of before asking the question) neither is sufficiently selective to be really useful.

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Did you try googling? There is a list, with recommendations and other such goodies: mathblogging.org I am voting to close as off-topic. –  Felipe Voloch Apr 7 '12 at 18:52
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@quid: vote all you want, but some blogs are done by graduate students trying to understand basic things, with which there is nothing wrong, it's just not very interesting to me or other people who could loosely be described as professionals. If you look at the suggested sources, (nLab and mathblogging), you will see what I mean -- there are literally hundreds of blogs, and life is too short to sift through all of them. Everything I every saw on Terry Tao's blog is extremely enlightening, so there is some hope that something might be at least in the same league. –  Igor Rivin Apr 8 '12 at 3:06
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@Igor Rivin: look, first you did not even say what you mean with high quality. Now, it seems it is sort of about lot of advanced mathmatics (well presented). This is already more precise, but not synonymous with high quality, IMO. High quality is simply a most vague/subjective term, sure you know what you meant. And, in addition, it could cause unfortunate situations if somebody where to name a blog as high quality you consider as 'not very interesting'. Or just look at a comment you already made under one answer. Obviously, it is not absurd to describe/categorize/rate blogs... –  quid Apr 8 '12 at 11:57
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...but then first you should specifify the criteria beyond simply 'high quality' and second it would still be to subjective and possibly argumentative for MO. –  quid Apr 8 '12 at 12:00
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Mathblogging has "Our weekly picks", which often points at particularly high quality blogs. mathblogging.org –  Joel David Hamkins Apr 8 '12 at 15:04
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John Roe had a nice blog http://www.math.psu.edu/roe/ for things in non commutative geometry and else too ; but unfortunately, it's not up to date (you can still probably find good stuffs)

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Oh and yeah, I forgot the canonical blog for ncg: noncommutativegeometry.blogspot.com Good for positions advertisement too, and reach other blogs. –  Amin Apr 8 '12 at 9:12
    
John Roe's term as department head just ended and he'll be on sabbatical next year, so there is hope that his blogging will resume. –  Paul Siegel Jul 14 '12 at 16:25
    
That's a very good news ! –  Amin Jul 14 '12 at 20:58
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I read Shuyun Wu's and Danny Calegari's blogs occasionally, as a rising graduate student they are "high quality" for me...

I would add a few blogs I seldom read like Zachery Abel's, Gil Kalai's, etc. Generally you can "discover" a wide range of math blogs simply by following links in anyone of them...

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Jonathan Borwein, Tim Chartier, Keith Devlin, and Frank Morgan are now all blogging for the Huffington Post.

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The words "high quality" and "Huffington post" do not seem to be friends. –  Igor Rivin Apr 7 '12 at 21:15
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@Igor: That's my general impression too, but I'm actually impressed that they decided to hire math bloggers and that they chose well. –  Henry Cohn Apr 9 '12 at 0:46
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There's this nLab page: http://www.ncatlab.org/nlab/show/math+blogs and some other lists that it links to.

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