Today I did a smaller but hopefully useful relaunch of my main mass customization website. While the website's design still is very 1990s, I hope that it is now a bit more useful and easy to find what is there. But all new content is posted to this blog anyway. The website serves as a repository to navigate through old postings and external materials. Have a look ...
And luckily, a number of other people are creating great mass customization sites as well, so there is much more to discover elsewhere. Here are a few fine examples (I am only listing new sites which have general information on the topic -- no single examples or vendors):
Le Blog de la Mass Customization: Great French Blog full of MC examples. I just understand basic French, but can see the pictures and examples.
The Wikipedia Article on Mass Customization still is rather bad, but at least the link list in the end is getting more balanced.
Mass Customization Resource Centre, Nottingham University, UK: Bart MacCarthy and his team did a great job in making this very helpful web site with plenty of literature, definitions, and articles
Customize-your-life: Large mystery for me. This is a nice directory of sites offering custom-made and mass customized products, but I have no idea who is creating it and why.
Configurator Database: As mentioned before, a great listing of many configuration toolkits on the web. Plus videos.
Made For One: One of my favorites. News about companies using mass customization and personalization. No posts, however, in the last months.
Mass Customization Posts in the Best Practice Business Blog: This is a large German blogs, and its authors recently added more and more good reports on new mass customization companies. If you understand German, very worthwhile to follow.