Here is a brief list of some terrific Freemason or Masonic related blogs. They have different things to offer and can help you understand Masonry and what it means to be a Mason in a deeper way.

R/Freemasonry

http://reddit.com/r/freemasonry

This is the most active forum of Masons I have ever been on. It’s currently focused more on the Masonic community, news, becoming a Mason, and various Masonic issues. It’s growing very quickly.

Freemasonry for Dummies

http://freemasonsfordummies.blogspot.com/

Christopher Hodapp wrote the book Freemasonry for Dummies. First written in 2005, this book has been a major reason for the resurgence of Masonry in the 21st century. He’s the place to go for Masonic News.

Masonic Tshirts

You can buy your own Masonic shirts here and they ship worldwide

https://masontshirts.threadless.com

Millennial Mason

http://www.millennialfreemason.com/

Nick Johnson put together a blog back in 2007 and has been a mainstay in the community ever since. He’s currently a moderator at Reddit.com/r/Freemasonry, one of the biggest Masonic forums on the internet. A good person to go to when it comes to thoughts on the Masonic zeitgeist and where the Fraternity is going.

Midnight Freemasons

http://midnightfreemason.blogspot.com/

This blog is run by a number of Masons. So you will get a wide perspective about Masonry here. This blog really focuses on the personalized Masonic experience. As in the things these Masons experience and how it affects them.

Freemasonry.fm

http://www.freemasonry.fm/Blogs.html

I love my brothers of the craft but this website is in serious SERIOUS need of an update. It has a lot of links to different blogs so it is a good repository. But don’t judge Masonry at all on this website. Masonry is now starting to drift into the 21st century. I swear!

The Tao of Masonry

http://masonictao.wordpress.com/

The Tao of Masonry is written by Taozen, a moderator over at /r/Freemasonry. The oldest Masonic blog on the internet, he’s the pioneer who started it all.