Aviation English Hub – A list of resources for aviation practitioners and linguistic researchers interested in aviation English, maintained by Natália Guerreiro.
A World of Englishes – blog by Jane Setter, Professor of Phonetics at University of Reading, discussing phonetics in use.
Eggcorn Database – Eggcorns are words or phrases which are incorrect, yet suggestive and contextually appropriate. The word eggcorn is itself an example, the result of mishearing acorn. An acorn is rather egg-shaped, and is a seed, like grains of corn. There was no currently existing term for such a linguistic phenomenon, many examples of which are contained in this expanding database. Other examples are cold slaw for cole slaw; new leash on life for new lease on life; and skimp milk for skim milk. Hours of linguistic fun!
Global People – by the University of Warwick, focussing primarily on intercultural communication in workplace, business, and industry settings.
Glottopedia – the free encyclopaedia of linguistics.
International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Aviation English Language Testing Service – devoted to the assessment of English language tests for pilots and air traffic controllers working in international civil aviation.
ICAO Language Proficiency Requirements (LPRs) – detailing language proficiency requirements for persons working in international civil aviation, especially pilots and air traffic controllers.
Language in Conflict – based at the University of Huddersfield, bringing together the field of linguistics and the study and resolution of conflict.
Language Log – posts written by academics and practitioners, focusing on a variety of linguistic and language matters.
Language on the Move – a peer-reviewed sociolinguistics research site focusing on multilingualism, language learning, and intercultural communication.
Language Tropes – TV tropes having to do with the use of language. Not academic; a lot of fun.
Linguist List – possibly the world’s largest linguistics website. Vast resource, very active. Always seeking donations (my caveat in case the link redirects you to a donation request).
Linguistics and aviation – maintained by Lorena M. A. de- Matteis. Does what it says on the tin; separated into pages for aviation personnel and linguists. In Italian and Spanish too!
Linguistics for the Real World – focusing on the application of linguistics outside of academia.
Linguistics Research Digest – blog on cutting-edge linguistic research, especially focusing on English language teaching and learning.
School for Linguists – by Daniel Ginsberg, a doctoral student at Georgetown University, Washington DC, USA, broadly focusing on linguistics in education.
Sociolinguistic Artifacts – ever-expanding collection of clips of media that communicate sociolinguistic content.
Word Jazz – blog broadly about linguistic creativity, done by Matt Davis, a postgraduate linguistics student at Birkbeck College, University of London.
World Wide Words – blog focusing on new words, word histories, backgrounds to words in the news, and other English-language word-related phenomena.