πŸ”— Link Dump #43

  1. An intelligent guide to help you navigate your life. [πŸ”— new.computer]
  2. Ten rules for drawing. [πŸ”— wepresent.wetransfer.com]
  3. Recipes featured on Bake Off. [πŸ”— thegreatbritishbakeoff.co.uk]
  4. The six basic story plots. [πŸ”— bbc.com]
  5. Free scorecards for your favorite board games. [πŸ”— scorecard.gg]
  6. Guess the neighboring countries. [πŸ”— neighborle.com]
  7. A free PDF ebook on science literacy. [πŸ”— philipball.co.uk]

πŸ”— Link Dump #42

  1. A curated list of plain text tools. [πŸ”— plaintextproject.online]
  2. A one-year plan for learning French. [πŸ”— fussfreefrench.com]
  3. The best inventions of 2023. [πŸ”— time.com]
  4. Duolingo’s new music course. [πŸ”— blog.duolingo.com]
  5. A writing tool that separates writing from editing. [πŸ”— enso.sonnet.io]
  6. A bookmarklet to search for books at your library. [πŸ”— checkthisout.today]
  7. A pet-naming AI. [πŸ”— pawsomenamer.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #41

  1. A blog dedicated to text-based gaming. [πŸ”— writing-games.com]
  2. A place for thoughtful puzzles. [πŸ”— launch.puzzmo.com]
  3. Free national park maps. [πŸ”— npmaps.com]
  4. The 43 most iconic English-language short stories. [πŸ”— lithub.com]
  5. The museum of internet artifacts. [πŸ”— neal.fun]
  6. A keyboard accessibility horror game. [πŸ”— focus.hteumeuleu.com]
  7. Nature relaxation videos. [⏯ youtube.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #40

  1. The bird migration explorer. [πŸ”— explorer.audubon.org]
  2. Use AI to make streets people-friendly. [πŸ”— dutchcyclinglifestyle.com]
  3. The National Center for Home Food Preservation. [πŸ”— nchfp.uga.edu]
  4. Watch 11 seasons of Rick Steves’ Europe. [πŸ”— openculture.com]
  5. The 40 coolest neighborhoods in the world. [πŸ”— timeout.com]
  6. 17 life-learnings from 17 years of The Marginalian. [πŸ”— themarginalian.org]
  7. Digital depictions of all known hummingbird species from 1849 to 1887. [πŸ”— c82.net]
  8. Who is the greatest economist of all time and why does it matter? [πŸ”— goatgreatesteconomistofalltime.ai]

πŸ”— Link Dump #39

  1. Kenji López-Alt visits a Japanese supermarket. [⏯ youtube.com]
  2. Photos of newsstands around the world. [πŸ”— trevortraynor.com]
  3. A 3D, mini Tokyo visualization. [πŸ”— minitokyo3d.com]
  4. A Frasier-themed RPG game. [πŸ”— edward-la-barbera.itch.io]
  5. Remove social media feeds from YouTube and Facebook. [πŸ”— github.com]
  6. Find podcast episodes about places. [πŸ”— maps.fm]
  7. A guide to the 15-minute city. [πŸ”— dezeen.com]
  8. How to self-study math. [⏯ youtube.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #38

  1. The impacts of lack of sleep. [πŸ”— belkarx.github.io]
  2. A nearly complete archive of Whole Earth publications. [πŸ”— wholeearth.info]
  3. An open textbook library. [πŸ”— open.umn.edu]
  4. The 2023-2024 compact calendar. [πŸ”— davidseah.com]
  5. Danny Yee’s book reviews. [πŸ”— dannyreviews.com]
  6. Mapping the next total solar eclipse. [πŸ”— theeclipse.company]
  7. Recursive recipes. [πŸ”— recursiverecipes.schollz.com]
  8. 47 anime for 47 prefectures in Japan. [πŸ”— tokyoweekender.com]
  9. A complete collection of all documents leaked by Edward Snowden. [πŸ”— github.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #37

  1. 18 life lessons I’d give my 18-year-old self. [πŸ”— scotthyoung.com]
  2. Various stain solutions. [πŸ”— web.extension.illinois.edu]
  3. Every type of railcar explained. [⏯ youtube.com]
  4. A talk on making hard things easy. [πŸ”— jvns.ca]
  5. Public domain graph paper. [πŸ”— incompetech.com]
  6. The 690 new words added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. [πŸ”— merriam-webster.com]
  7. The 100 best mystery thrillers of all time. [πŸ”— time.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #35

  1. Use your Kindle as a portable typewriter. [πŸ”— solarwriter.msol.io]
  2. Find out if a TV series ended with unanswered questions. [πŸ”— finalefeline.com]
  3. Biking around Australia. [πŸ”— lunky.com]
  4. A humble and opinionated bookmarking service. [πŸ”— keepthis.site]
  5. Tracking shrinkflation. [πŸ”— shrinkflation.io]
  6. Overlooked reasons to buy physical media. [πŸ”— brainbaking.com]
  7. Mapping the missing eighth continent. [πŸ”— popularmechanics.com]

πŸ”— Link Dump #34

  1. Thousands of free and open audiobooks created usingΒ neural text-to-speech technology. [πŸ”— marhamilresearch4.blob.core.windows.net]
  2. The best stand-alone television episodes of all time. [πŸ”— slate.com]
  3. Movies that began as short films. [⏯ deadline.com]
  4. Futility Closet has returned from hiatus. [πŸ”— futilitycloset.com]
  5. Find the hidden words. [πŸ”— wordsmithgames.com]
  6. Search real content by real people. [πŸ”— searchmysite.net]
  7. The internet pinball database. [πŸ”— ipdb.org]