Guest Top Ten List
Mike Henry is a retired school teacher, educational robotics consultant and writer of robotics articles.
"In 1999 I achieved a lifetime goal when I received a Master of Science in Space Studies from the University of North Dakota. Previously, I earned a Bachelor of Science in Mathematics Education from Baylor University. For the last nine years of my teaching career I was the faculty advisor for a high school robotics team that designed, built, and operated robots in a competitive event. My team was a FIRST Regional winner twice during the nine year period. For the last two years, I have worked as mentor for a high school robotics program. For my RobotNext blog, I read many other robotics blogs to keep up with the latest news. The following are the ones I access frequently for news in the robotics world. They are all useful sources for robotics information."
Top 10 Robotics Blogs
Like the name says: Here is a blog about artificial intelligence and robotics.
This blogs describes itself as a blog of robotics, electronics, programming and related topics with pictures, code, circuit diagrams, ideas, thoughts, drawings, sketches.
BotJunkie "obsessively chronicles Man’s inevitable descent into cybernetic slavery. One robot at a time.”
Gizmodo: Robots is a subset of the larger Gizmodo family of blogs and has up to date robotics information and great photos.
This may be the oldest surviving robotics blog and will celebrate its 10th year anniversary this year. It’s a blog covering resources for the robotics beginner. GoRobotics.net has articles on robotics projects, resources, books, and links.
This site has to be one of the most visually entertaining robot weblogs that you will ever visit. It includes robot news from Japan, exclusive coverage of robot events like ROBO-ONE, Robot Carnival, RoboGames, and reviews for the newest robot products.
This blog comes from a site with a load of information and many other blogs that contribute to the information flow. Robots.net was created by R. Steven Rainwater and Roger Arrick. Together with Jim Brown. Their motto: “All the news that's fit to assimilate.” This is a news and discussion site for those interested in robots and robotics – and home of the Robot Competition FAQ and a variety of resource pages.
From Tony Dyson of Star Wars fame, this site is billed as “From the man who built R2D2.” Covers stories about robots from a unique point of view.
If you want to know what is happening in the world of LEGO® Robotics, then this is the blog for you. Definitely this is the number one blog in its niche.