🔗 Link Dump #9

  1. An open-source resource management game. [🔗 farmhand.life]
  2. Free worldwide relief maps. [🔗 maps-for-free.com]
  3. An AI that gives answers using the most useful Reddit posts. [🔗 thegigabrain.com]
  4. 35 ways real people are using AI right now. [🔗 nytimes.com]
  5. The United States has a truck problem. [⏯ youtube.com]
  6. The condiment packet gallery. [🔗 condimentpacket.com]
  7. A blog about transit maps. [🔗 transitmap.net]

🔗 Link Dump #3

  1. A database of AI incidents. [🔗 incidentdatabase.ai]
  2. A template for creating quick reviews of movies to share online with others. [🔗 quickreviews.app]
  3. A timeline of CIA atrocities. [🔗 huppi.com]
  4. Infinite suggestions of high-quality videos, organized by topic. [🔗 wikivisually.com]
  5. An experimental, open-source application that uses GPT-4 to autonomously accomplish whatever task you set before it. [🔗 github.com]
  6. A daily guessing game where you have to figure out the location in which various pictures were taken in the United States. [🔗 pudding.cool]

🔗 Link Dump #1

  1. An archive of 500 of the most interesting Wikipedia articles. [🔗 endwalker.com]
  2. Recommendations for a happy life. [🔗 jimwestergren.com]
  3. For those who have seen Banshees of Inisherin, you can now play this Pacman-like game. Warning: spoilers. [🔗 bansheesthegame.com]
  4. A master list of recipe websites, organized by cuisine. [🔗 github.com]
  5. Tyler Cowen is a well-cultured economics professor, as well as a podcast host and blogger. Tyler has written a series of posts over at Marginal Revolution detailing his favorite things related to several locations. Here is a compilation of those lists. [🔗 erikgahner.dk]