Today's my last post, and I want to leave y'all with a list of places I like to go for news and discussions about issues and events related to "digital" tech and related themes. I really encourage you to explore these sites and blogs (most of them are in my blog reader, and I follow them regularly.)
boingboing.net: This is one of the most venerable, yet still hip, sites on technology, geek culture, maker/hacker culture, etc. It's a group blog including people like Xeni Jardin, Cory Doctorow, and Mark Frauenfelder.
Rhizome.org: This is THE place to go for "new media"/digital art.
Electronic Frontier Foundation: This non-profit "defends your rights in the digital world."
Findingada: Ada Lovelace wrote the first computer program, back in the 19th century. Yep, the first computer programmer was a woman! This site is dedicated to Ada Lovelace Day, which is an international celebration of women in technology.
Delia-Derbyshire.org: A site dedicated to the life and works of electronic music pioneer Deila Derbyshire. She worked at the BBC Radio Workshop in the mid 20th century, and arranged the original Dr. Who theme song.