Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
Thanks Richard, this reminds me that I've been meaning to delve back into some of the blogroll functionality hiding within my WordPress install. It's not as updated as it should be, but you can find mine at http:/
You're also sure to find a handful of interesting tidbits at http:/
If you're looking for a relatively full-featured RSS reader for WordPress, I highly recommend the PressForward [http:/
I don't think he'd linked to it, but Colin Walker has a "beta" webmention plugin he built for his functionality which is on Github: https:/
The concept of "crystallized information" is very lovely, and I see it being quite useful. Interestingly it's also a self-referential word, because it is itself.
I recall economics texts focusing on land, labor, and capital and completely missing out on information. This book suggest an interesting means of mathematically institutionalizing the latter - something I've always wanted a simple way to do.