My brother’s website.
My dad’s website.
A very realistic roller coaster simulator.
An open-source re-implementation of Chris Sawyer’s RollerCoaster Tycoon 2 game. I maintain the ArchLinux AUR package, but I’m not involved directly.
A programming language for writing interactive fiction games - the same genre as Zork. It has a syntax based on natural language.
16K MUD competition
A collection of MUD servers, each consiting of no more than 16 kilobytes of source code.
Written by Adrian Kennard, the director of my ISP. It has an interesting mixture of technical and political posts, which are generally slanted towards issues like censorship and privacy.
A blog written by Ted Unangst, an OpenBSD developer. Quite a few of his posts are related to UNIX security and LibreSSL in particular.
Written by Adam Langley, who works at Google on Chrome and TLS. His blog has lots of interesting cryptography posts, most of which are about TLS.
Written by Rich Felker, the author of the musl C library. Lots of interesting posts on low-level C and UNIX programming.
Tony Finch’s blog
Tony Finch is a UNIX systems developer at my old university. I don’t know him personally, but his blog has some interesting posts on a variety of technical topics such as C, UNIX, email and DNS.