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Add blogs and websites that are useful in the quest to know/learn more about Ubuntu.

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I've added some answers myself. Please add some more blogs to the list if you know any.. –  User Jul 31 '10 at 21:06
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Per the subjective guidelines, I've downvoted every answer that merely lists a blog name. –  Roger Pate Oct 29 '10 at 0:21
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This has received a bit of attention and should not be closed. Who voted to do so? –  hexafraction Oct 5 '12 at 23:32
    
I recommend posting a question on meta, before close-voting this question; as ObsessiveFOSS suggests, there seems to be quite a bit of community support for it to be open. –  Eliah Kagan Oct 6 '12 at 0:10
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OMG! Ubuntu!

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Big focus on desktop apps and bling. One that I watch though. –  Dave Jennings Aug 3 '10 at 20:53
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Lots of updates about the upcoming versions/developments of Ubuntu here. Its a good way of checking what's up without running the latest alphas. –  Bala Clark Aug 5 '10 at 10:55
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Nothing more than a tabloid –  maco Aug 14 '10 at 3:30
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disagree, I think there's good content on there. I've found a dozen useful things I wouldn't have know about otherwise, including ubuntu stackexchange –  e.m.fields Oct 8 '10 at 16:33
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It's less about learning technical stuff (like programming or system administration) and more about discovery and having fun with Ubuntu (like themes, design ideas, and new apps). OMG! Ubuntu! is not without its own share of controversy; people seem to either like it or hate it. –  Firefeather Oct 29 '10 at 16:49
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Planet Ubuntu is a blog aggregator. Not every post will be about Ubuntu but there's a good selection of blogs within it.

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Several of the blogs listed in this community wiki are aggregated by Planet Ubuntu, including the Canonical Design Blog, Mark Shuttleworth's blog, Full Circle Magazine (Ronnie Tucker), Ubuntu Linux Tips & Tricks (Mackenzie Morgan), The Fridge, and Jono Bacon. It's a good source for finding blogs to subscribe to even if you don't want to subscribe to Planet Ubuntu itself. –  Firefeather Oct 29 '10 at 16:59
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Web Upd8

"A blog on Linux (mostly Ubuntu) and open source / web applications and news". It is regularly updated, and the posts are always useful and well-written.

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A perfect blog for users of Ubuntu –  scouser73 Apr 25 '11 at 23:20
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Canonical Design Blog

A great place to learn about upcoming design changes and why they are being made, provide feedback, or even get involved in the design of Ubuntu.

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How To Geek Ubuntu

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Random spaghetti compilation. –  Smandoli Apr 23 '12 at 16:37
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Mark Shuttleworth Blog

Founder of the Ubuntu Project.

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Mark's blog certainly talks about Ubuntu, but it isn't much of a learning tool. –  Erigami Aug 2 '10 at 3:11
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I agree with Erigami. He doesn't update it very often and he doesn't help much with learning about Ubuntu. However, it is useful for getting the occasional update on what direction Ubuntu is headed in. –  Firefeather Oct 29 '10 at 17:18
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Full Circle Magazine

Not a blog as such, but is a free monthly (PDF) magazine with a particular emphasis on how-to articles and reader submitted stories. It does feature some news stories too.

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Ubuntu Geek

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This one's really great for getting answers. I could probably attribute them to 1/4 of the share of answers I've gotten from various sites over the past 2-4 months. –  e.m.fields Oct 8 '10 at 16:38
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The Fridge

Ubuntu's official news source. It includes the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter and other blog posts.

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Ubuntu Linux Tips & Tricks Discontinued

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This blog is not active any more. –  Agmenor Feb 28 '11 at 1:56
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2buntu.com

It's a newer site that's growing fast. They talk about Ubuntu, and to a certain extent Linux in general.

Disclaimer: This is one of the many, many blogs that I contribute to from time to time.

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And we write a number of tutorials as well. (I'm a contributor too.) –  Nathan Osman Jul 14 '13 at 2:05
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Jonobacon

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Jono talks mostly about community,so no. –  akshatj Aug 3 '10 at 13:39
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You can learn an awful lot from Jonos blog. Not just about the community, and I don't see how learning about the Ubuntu community is a bad thing anyway! –  popey Nov 19 '10 at 23:19
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Ubuntu Weblogs is another aggregator for Ubuntu-related blogs. It stays pretty much on-topic at the cost of fewer updates. According to their "About" section:

Unlike Planet Ubuntu, this Planet is open to anyone who writes about Ubuntu or any derivative.

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Ubuntu Universe is almost the same thing (even found at the same domain), except it also includes posts by these bloggers that aren't about Ubuntu or its derivatives. I don't think there's any Ubuntu-related material there not already posted on the main Ubuntu Weblogs site. –  Firefeather Oct 29 '10 at 17:12
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Ubuntu Weblogs went offline in May or June of 2013 (and currently it's just a parked domain with worthless advertising links unrelated to Ubuntu). However, the old Ubuntu Weblogs content can still be accessed via archive.org. –  Eliah Kagan Mar 16 at 1:31
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apt-get install debian-wizard

Disclaimer: This is my blog, I'm a Debian developer and Ubuntu member and write articles for Debian/Ubuntu users and contributors.

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www.ubuntubuzz.com

Discover what's new in ubuntu - It's provide news, article, how to, and update PPA, you can also participate by writing article/news there, come in .

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Debuntu

Site provides how-tos, tutorials, tips and tricks for Debian-based distribution such as Ubuntu and Knoppix.

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Linoob

It's a pretty decent blog on Ubuntu. It's not updated as often as the blogs listed above, however has many good articles for learning Ubuntu as well as few good tips and tricks.

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I have my own site (DorkBlog) but it's private at the moment. Should you desire to view it, I'd need to allow your IP. Or anyone's for that matter. :)

Probably the best I have found is *nixCraft and Commandlinefu Not necessarily Ubuntu-specific, but good none-the-less to sharpen one's teeth on.

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There's The Linux Action Show which isn't an Ubuntu specific video podcast exactly, but they do cover everything that's new in the Linux/Unix community in general (and there's something happening to Ubuntu quite often these days).

It's a weekly show which is being recorded live every Sunday. Every monday the show (+- 50 minutes) is delivered through rss and available on their website in every format you'd care about.

Topics range from Linux gaming in general, to reviewing Ubuntu 10.10 and derivatives like Mint.

They do have their own opinion and are (sometimes painfully) objective and stick to their own principles. If you can handle that, you're bound to appreciate their sense of humor.

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Linux North

Information on installation and use of Ubuntu Linux 10.04 LTS (long term support version).

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UpUbuntu Blog They cover so many topics but i liked installing kernel 3.3.4

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