I've been meaning to write about our "larger blog family", or social network, for a while. It's taken time since this requires a bit of digging around. These sites share significant traffic with us, which means readers like you also like these sites:
Statistical Modeling, Causal Inference, and Social Science
aka, the Gelman blog. Active community of statisticians, with regular commentary on visualization and graphics, and occasional diversions into unexpected topics (spam! art!). Required reading.
Lovely blog focusing on graphics that are pleasing to the eye. They like entertaining; we like informing. Nice complement or counterpoint to our point of view.
"kottke.org is a weblog about the liberal arts 2.0 edited by Jason Kottke". Eclectic.
D Kelly O'Day's collection of chart tips and links to on-line resources.
The meeting point of Tufte fans. Tufte himself also joins in the forums. For the very serious.
Before this blog shut down due to employer interference, two hedge fund guys shared their wit here.
Statistical Graphics and Data Visualization
This blog suffered twice. First, a certain StatGraphics company forced them to abandon their original URL. Then, the blog activity withered.
Josu's Spanish blog ("Bad Press") picking out factual errors in the Spanish press. (Thanks to Josu and Jorge for correcting my misattribution.)
The next batch includes:
The problem is it's hard to keep up because a lot of other sites are showing up in the recent history. But then most of you come directly to the site, or through Google, or through an RSS reader, or del.i.cious and so on.