title graphic
More tigers blogging Blogging

I don’t mean to get predictable here, but I’d like to highlight a few blogs written by RIT alums. We have a lot of them. And a bunch have blogs. I’m going to leave lots and lots of them out from this (hopefully) short synopsis – but you can see the ones that we know about in our blogroll and I’m always looking for more, so tell us about yourself if you’re not on there.

I confess, I don’t read all of these blogs all of the time. But they’re a few of the ones out there, so go check them out:

Our friend Justin Thorpe has graduated from a student to an alum. But he’s still blogging on Confessions of an Undercover Geek. (And occasionally talking about us.) I love that Justin loves blogging so much. I think he has entire chapters of Naked Conversations memorized. Plus he likes to cook.

Patrick Haney is not only an alum, he used to be the Wallace Library Web master. His blog is Think Tank.

Adam Stone is one of several contributors to the Deaf DC blog which covers news and thoughts of interest to the deaf community in Washington, D.C.

Atul Patel recently alerted us to his blog, Things I’ve Noticed, in a comment on my last post about RIT faculty/staff bloggers.

Finally, LJCblog is written by a smart, trendy woman named Jenny who loves pugs and Wegmans, gets out a ton in Rochester, has great home remodeling and craft ideas, and updates her blog every day for her loyal readership.

  1. Patrick Haney
    Sep 21

    Thanks for mentioning me and my site (which, by the way, no one has ever called Think Tank before). As far as other RIT bloggers out there, you might want to mention John Resig, who created the popular lightweight Javascript library called jQuery (http://jquery.com). His blog is at http://ejohn.org.

  2. Jeff Maher
    Oct 02

    The Undergrad. Admissions Office at RIT has current students maintain blogs about their lives at RIT. The link to these blogs is http://ambassador.rit.edu/bca/bloggers.php .

  3. Atul
    May 02

    Thank you also for listing my blog here. I understand how it's hard to know what to say about it as it serves no real purpose other than to share things I've thought of that most others would never think of. It may lead to a future business or book, but for now it's just random stuff.

    I don't know of any other RIT bloggers.

    Take care,

  • About Us

    The Tiger Beat takes you behind the scenes with the members of RIT University News—the news and public relations division of Rochester Institute of Technology. Get the “story behind the story” and an insider’s look at who we are and what we do to publicize RIT news.
  • Browse by Category

  • Browse Archive

  • Browse by Author

  • Full Archive

Entries RSS Comments RSS