- My Academia.edu profile can be found here.
- The University of Connecticut's philosophy department can be found here.
- The ECOM Research Group can be found here.
- The UConn Philosophy Graduate Student Association can be found here.
- The UConn Group in Philosophical and Mathematical Logic can be found here.
- I tweet rarely and in personal capacity here.
- You can see what I'm reading in my (very little) spare time at my Goodreads profile here.
Philosophy Blogs I like
- Daily Nous: a source for news about the philosophy profession (and other philosophy related links)
- M-Phi: blog on philosophy of mathematics and logic, mostly by Jeffrey Ketland and Catarina Dutilh Novaes
- PencilPanelPage: fantastic blog on the philosophy of comics
- PEA Soup: posts about moral philosophy by a variety of great authors
- Feminist Philosophers: posts (mostly) about philosophy and gender issues
- The Splintered Mind: great blog by Eric Schwitzgebel (UCR) on philosophy of mind and other topics
- What is it Like to be a Woman in Philosophy?: hopefully someday this will not have to exist, but while it does it's a must read for everyone
Other Philosophy Materials
- Existential Comics: the funniest philosophy jokes around (which normally isn't saying much, but these are actually funny!)
- Philosophy Bites: great podcast with hundreds of episodes with great contemporary philosophers
- History of Philosophy Without Gaps: another great podcast going through the history of philosophy without gaps (impressive indeed!)
- Kevin Scharp's philosophy diagrams: great diagrams, especially the history one that spans 44 feet
- Munich Center for Mathematical Philosophy videos: the biggest, baddest collection of videos on philosophy by some of the best around - all free
- Greg Restall's logic videos: a big collection of great videos on logic, including intro, advanced and nonclassical logic courses as well as others
For Philosophy Students
First, I suggest you check out all of the above, especially Philosophy Bites, HoPWG and Restall's courses. Then when that's not enough:
- Coursera: a site for massively open online (free!) courses, including some philosophy courses, e.g. Introduction to Philosophy (Edinburgh), Philosophy and the Sciences (Edinburgh), Introduction to Mathematical Philosophy (MCMP) and Logic, Language and Information I and II (Melbourne).
- Michael Sandel's "Justice" Course: extremely famous and popular course on political philosophy
- Open Courses in Philosophy at Yale: good courses by Tamar Gendler and Shelly Kagan
- Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy: the SEP is the go-to survey resource for students, graduates and faculty (students: be sure to register for only $5 a year for the ability to download all the PDFs you want!)
- Philosophy Compass: a journal that publishes exclusively opinionated survey articles; unfortunately not open-access but sometimes better than SEP
- 1000WordPhilosophy: great site with 1000 word introductory essays to various philosophical topics
- Philosopher's Annual: collection of some of the best articles from every year, all open-access
- Teach Yourself Logic: a great collection of what to read to teach yourself logic by Peter Smith (Cambridge)
- LaTeX for Logicians: everyone should use LaTeX, and here's a guide to teach you how, also by Peter Smith (Cambridge)
- Eric Schwitzgebel's advice to prospective graduate students: must-read advice for those considering graduate school in philosophy