Further to the Brave New World of Photography, Joerg at Conscientious has made a collected series of links on the new photography posts that people have been posting.
You can see a complete listing here. If there's anybody you think is missing, do post a comment and I'll put a blog up later with some new ideas.
And here is Blake Andrews on tumblr and the effect it is having on seeing, viewing and producing photographs - especially in published form.
There are some interesting crossovers and ideas of what constitutes new - a surprising amount of consensus with a little partisanship thrown in (including from myself, I suspect), but an overwhelming respect for new ideas, energy and reworking of themes that are not as well-worn as many suspect them to be.
Blake Andrews: Philip Perkis
Stan Banos: Aaron Huey, Taryn Simon, Eva Leitolf, Matt Black, Brenda Ann Keneally, James Baalog, Edward Burtynsky, Bruce Haley, Daniel Shea
Harvey Benge: Paul Graham, Jason Evans, Adam Broomberg & Oliver Chanarin, Jens Sundheim & Bernhard Reuss, Collier Schorr, Antoine d’Agata, Martha Rosler
Peter Evans: Obara Kazuma
Bryan Formhals: Asger Carlsen, Jessica Eaton, Kate Steciw, Alec Soth, Paul Kwiatkowski, Vivian Maier
Julie Grahame: Michael Massaia
Tom Griggs: Bryan Graf, Amy Elkins, Paul Graham, Abelardo Morell, Jessica Eaton
Stella Kramer: Sophia Wallace
Mark Page: Mishka Henner, Philippe Spigolon, Craig Atkinson, Stuart Griffiths, TomRS
Colin Pantall: Mishka Henner, Lauren Simonutti, Stephen Gill, Tony Fouhse, Paul Graham, Claus Stolz, Olivier Jobard and others
Christopher Paquette: Zoe Strauss, Alec Soth
Andrew Phelps: Peter Miller
Heidi Romano: Taryn Simon
Joerg Colberg: Thomas Ruff, Katy Grannan, Erik Kessels, Geert van Kesteren’s Baghdad Calling, Christian Patterson’s Redheaded Peckerwood