But right now, all of a sudden, a few new interesting blogs are emerging:
- ScienceBlogs is opening a German branch, called ScienceBlogs
(Update, Nov. 13: The link is now password protected - ScienceBlogs.de seems not to be officially launched yet).
- The publisher of Spektrum der Wissenschaft, the German edition of the Scientific American, hosts two science group blogs, wissenslogs.de and brainlogs.de - the latter, as you might guess from the Denglish title, with a focus on neuroscience and psychology.
- Besides these "organised blogs", wissenschafts-cafe.net is a newly established link collection to independent German-language scientific blogs.
If you read German, it may be worth to follow these developments. Keep in mind that the German word "Wissenschaft" is broader in scope than the English word "science" - besides the natural and social sciences, it includes also the humanities, and even business administration and law.
But my current all-favourite German-speaking blog is lesemaschine.de - a group blog of people reporting their progress in reading books - including The Road to Reality and All Books.