I created this wiki for my own purposes, to track information. Much of it contains references I have found useful already, although I don't necessarily endorse any of the content as being the best. I'm known for having dozens, sometimes over 100 tabs open in my browsers (yes, plural) at a time. This is one way I manage following those interests.
Right now my programming resources make up the largest part of the content. I put those links last since they already receive so much emphasis.
An editorial note. The tech industry has always tended to move quickly, but web and mobile have really brought development to the masses. Keeping up with everything going on would be more than a full time job. I'm seeing similar shifts coming from the "maker" movement, 3D printing, and the rise of spaces like TechShop. No great insight there, but it does mean it's easy to get behind or overlook something worthwhile.
I have ways to contact me listed here. (I'm pretty easy to find anyway.) Feel free to hit me up, especially if you've found a new tool, service, workflow, ..., you like.
Ways to find me/connect
I run my own server and infrastructure. My main site is (shockingly) http://www.greeley.org/
Here are a few places to find me publicly on the web:
I also blog (very) occasionally.