Computer science, the study and discipline of the principles and use of computers by use of the theoretical foundations, is what this category is all about. Blogs here include those written by teachers, students, and people who are simply interested in the science.
A+ Computer Science Blog
This teacher has taught computer science in Texas for the better part of two decades and discusses teaching at the high school level, contests, and resources.
Anthony Ricigliano Livejournal
Articles and commentary about computer, tech, and political issues including SOPA, Google, global warming, and variable annuities.
The articles in this weblog are about science, technology and PC gaming. Many are news articles, but there are quite a few reviews and simply discussions about those topics.
Behind Enemy Lines
This computer scientist in a business school writes about web information retrieval, web mining, and text databases.
The Blogmines blog covers gadgets, technology and other tech issues. The website is filled with useful advice including speeding up the startup of Windows Vista, Nokia smartphones and design tools. You can also find out how to bring your business online here.
Discussions of computer science, software development Ruby, and RoR all abound on this weblog.
Daniel Lemire's Blog
Montreal professor ponders computer science and such things as collaborative filtering, information retrieval, and computer "experts."
Ernie's 3D Pancakes
The blogger, a computer science professor, discusses the principles and applications of computer science and frequently takes a side trip down the rabbit trail of computational geometry.
Freedom to Tinker
Hosted by Princeton's Center for Information Technology Policy, this weblog provides analysis and commentary written by the faculty and students about the technology and its devices.
Jason's Computer Science Blog
A first-year computer science doctoral student fills his blog with computer tutorials, news, and complex equations.