I have tried to keep this page for personal blogs on cartography and directly related subjects. For cartographic organisations and websites, please see the links at the bottom of the homepage.
Gretchen runs her own geospatial analysis company and her blog contains a wealth of information
Charley is one of my team mates and fellow cartographic design consultant at Ordnance Survey. He is an open source geo-enthusiast and a keen tweeter
Blog by Andy Woodruff of Axis Maps
Used to be more of a website and forum but becoming increasingly good as a blog on all things GIS
Data visualisation and spatial design by Michael J. Foster
Red Geographics and CartoTalk chief editor Hans van der Maarel's blog provides an expert glance at the goings on in our world
A general blog with a decent amount of cartographic and GI content
A disorganised mess holding a wealth of cartographic information
Alexandre Nicolas works with historic mapping for the French Ministère de la Défense
Wired Science's blog on mapping
Mappable is a blog run by Patrick Stotz and Achim Tack that deals with mapping, dataviz & urbanism.
'The Mapping News Blog' - an overview of the main map-related news stories
A flipbook-based blog by Jeff Wilder
Website with loads of useful video content
Cartographer Daniel Huffman's blog. A good mixture of content at a medium level of detail: Similar to what I'm trying to achieve here.
Frank Jacobs shares here a collection of fun maps as a contributor to Big Think
Cartonerd is a blog by ESRI cartographer/product engineer Kenneth Field. He's very passionate about choropleth maps and is also editor of The Cartographic Journal.
PhD student and freelance cartographer. Tim, like Andy Woodruff, also submits posts to Bostonography.com
Cartography blog and home of #GIStribe