There! are the blogs of computational linguists
Posted by Alexandre Rafalovitch on November 1, 2006
Nine months ago, I had asked “Where are the blogs of computational linguists?” Now, there is an answer.
The Association for Computational Linguistics has moved its documents (formerly ACL Universe) into the Wiki and there is now a separate page for blogs. It has all of the blogs I found so far and more. It even has my blog in it. Must be scraping the bottom of the barrel 🙂 . I don’t know why more CL people are not blogging.
The best news however is that – being a wiki – it can be updated by anybody. So if you have a blog about computational linguistics, add yourself in there. This is not a Wikipedia, (modest) self-promotion is allowed.
You can also register and add the pages you are interested in to your watchlist page, though at this point there is no RSS or email notification when the change occurs.