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Computer Science and Related

Resources related to technology; programming, tools, etc.

Learn to Code

Website Description Learn to code at home. Build projects. Earn certifications. Certifications in responsive web design, JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures, Front End Libraries and more. (Free)
Sololearn Anytime, anywhere learning-to-code platform with courses in Python, C++, Java, JavaScript, Web Fundamentals and more. (Free)
Codecademy Courses in Python, web development, JavaScript, Data Science, and more. (Free basic courses. $240/year for projects, guidance, certificates, and more.)
Learn Code the Hard Way Courses in Python, Ruby, C, SQL, and Regular Expressions, with courses in JavaScript, Unix, and Design on the way. (Free samples. Each course is $29.99 and includes a DRM-free, PDF book, video courses, support, and updates.)
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python Learn how to use Python for automation. For beginners. A Udemy compansion course is available, as well as a options to buy the physical or electronic copies of the book. Available to read online for free, including all files and related resources.
SQLCourse "Interactive Online SQL Training." "This unique introductory SQL tutorial not only provides easy-to-understand SQL instructions, but it allows you to practice what you learn using the on-line SQL interpreter. You will receive immediate results after submitting your SQL commands. You will be able to create your own unique tables as well as perform selects, inserts, updates, deletes, and drops on your tables."
Open Source Society University Open-source, community-driven university offering free, self-taught education in computer science, bioinformatics, and data science.
My CS "My CS is a community for computer Science students / enthusiasts who want to stay up to date with latest trend of technology in computer science domain. This channel will serve as an educational tool for you to learn any skill related to this field from experts all around the world who love to share their knowledge generously. We provide contents related to computer science, data science, cyber security, IT security, machine learning, database, IT, deep learning, Python programming, JavaScript, Natural Language processing, statistics, mathematics, linear algebra and quantum mechanics."
CS50 "This is CS50, Harvard University's introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science and the art of programming. Demanding, but definitely doable. Social, but educational. A focused topic, but broadly applicable skills. CS50 is the quintessential Harvard (and Yale!) course. "
Geek's Lesson "This channel is about the art of computer science, consisting of educational contents from experts all around the world. We provide contents related to computer science domain such as Mathematics, Machine Learning, IT security, System Administration, Deep learning, Data Science, Natural language processing and Statistics. All contents of this channel solely dedicated for educational or research purpose in computer science. "
Python for Everybody A set of Coursera courses provided by the University of Michigan on Python. Covers basics, data structures, processing data, databases, and using data.
The Odin Project Free, open-source full-stack curriculum in web development. Tracks in Foundations, full stack Ruby on Rails and full stack JavaScript.
The Missing Semester of your CS Education Everything you should learn in a computer science degree program, but don't. "We’ll teach you how to master the command-line, use a powerful text editor, use fancy features of version control systems, and much more!" Command line, Vim, environments, debugging, metaprogramming, security and cryptography, and more. From MIT CSAIL.
Geeks for Geeks Guides in various topics in programming, from data structures to algorithms, to interviewing and more. Practice programs, etc.
LeetCode Code interview questions, community discussions, contests, preparation for technical interviews, and more.



Website Description
Python "Python is a programming language that lets you work quickly and integrate systems more effectively." Great for scripting backends , learning code, and building personal projects.
Automate the Boring Stuff with Python Learn how to use Python for automation. For beginners. A Udemy compansion course is available, as well as a options to buy the physical or electronic copies of the book. Available to read online for free, including all files and related resources.
Corey Schafer "A Python God, guru, and wizard." Excellent tutorials on Python and development-related topics.
Full Stack Python A book/guide covering the various topics in Python developing, from the basics to web development, data analysis, and more.

JavaScript and TypeScript

Website Description
JavaScript "A lightweight, interpreted, or just-in-time compiled programming language with first-class functions." Built right into web browsers to augment web pages, so it's accessible to (pretty much) everyone. Indispensable to web developers, and also available in non-browser environments through Node.js and Deno, among others.
TypeScript "Typed JavaScript at Any Scale." Extends JavaScript through static typing and enforcing strict syntax, avoiding errors and producing cleaner code at runtime. Since it compiles to JavaScript, it can be used for any project and in any environment JavaScript is used. Developed and maintained by Microsoft. Learn to code at home. Build projects. Earn certifications. Certifications in responsive web design, JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures, Front End Libraries and more. (Free) "The Modern JavaScript Tutorial." An in-depth and extensive guide to writing JavaScript, covering the basic to advanced topics as well as related topics in CSS, browsers, components, and regular expressions.
MDN Web Docs Web docs, references, and guides for (web) developers. Documentation for JavaScript, APIs, CSS, and more. By Mozilla, authors of Firefox.
Head First JavaScript Programming A great, easy introductory book on JavaScript programming. While it may not cover the latest features, it covers the essentials well and is worth a look from beginners. Published in 2014 by O'Reilly.
You Don't Know JS series A book series that dives into the details behind the mechanisms of JavaScript. The code and extras are available on GitHub, while the books are available for purchase (or pirating). Written by Kyle Simpson, published by O'Reilly, and sponsored by Frontend Masters.
Rediscovering JavaScript A book that covers the latest features in JavaScript, from the ES6, ES7, and ES8 releases. Topics covered includes the rest operator, generators, destructing, object literals, arrow functions, promises, and more. Written by Venkat Subramaniam and published in 2018 by The Pragmatic Programmers.
Eloquent JavaScript Dives into JavaScript with an emphasis on writing "eloquent, effective" code. Begins with the fundamentals and ends in object-oriented programming and regular expressions. Also covers features from the latest ES releases. Available for free online, or for purchase (to support the writer). Written by Marijn Haverbeke. Third edition released in 2018.
TypeScript Deep Dive An online, free book that introduces and explores the TypeScript language.
Programming TypeScript An introductory book on programming in the TypeScript language. Covers the reasoning behind its existence, the static typing system, etc. Written by Boris Cherny and published by O'Reilly.
Effective TypeScript "62 specific ways to improve your TypeScript." Covers the most common problems and questions developers have when writing TypeScript. Code snippets available on GitHub. Written by Dan Vanderkam and published by O'Reilly.
Essential TypeScript Describes the benefits of TypeScript, uses, and necessary in-depth knowledge. Covers fundamentals and advanced and sophisticated features of TypeScript, and applications in frameworks. Written by Adam Freeman and published by Apress in 2019.
Brad Traversy / Traversy Media High-quality tutorials on web development and related technologies. His Vanilla JavaScript series on YouTube is an excellent starting point, and his Udemy courses are highly recommended.
JSDoc "JSDoc 3 is an API documentation generator for JavaScript, similar to Javadoc or phpDocumentor. You add documentation comments directly to your source code, right alongside the code itself. The JSDoc tool will scan your source code and generate an HTML documentation website for you."
JSComplete Courses, information, and resources for learning modern, full-stack JavaScript.

Other languages

Website Description
Go "An open source programming language that makes it easy to build simple, reliable, and efficient software." Developed and maintained by a team at Google and contributers from their community.
Rust "A language empowering everyone to build reliable and efficient software." Rust is fast and efficient, with a rich type system and ownership model. It has great documentation, which makes it friendly for beginners and very productive as a language. It's been voted the "most loved language" by developers in Stack Overflow's yearly Developer Survey since 2016.
Kotlin "A modern programming language that makes developers happier. Open source forever." Developed and maintained by JetBrains, Kotlin is good for mobile development, data science, server-side scripting, web development, and more.


Website Description
Git "Git is a free and open source distributed version control system designed to handle everything from small to very large projects with speed and efficiency."
VSCode Free, streamlined code editor with development tools like extensions, run and debug, and Git integration. Built and maintained by Microsoft. Similarly, VSCodium is the completely open-source, telemetry-disabled distribution of VSCode.
Notepad++ A free source code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages. Runs on Windows.
Coder "Coder moves developer workspaces to your cloud and centralizes their creation and management. Keep developers in flow with the power of the cloud and a superior developer experience."

Web Development and Design

Resources related to web development and design


Website Description
JavaScript, TypeScript see section Programming / JavaScript and TypeScript above.
Publish Something Online By Jake Dow-Smith. A little library (22 items) on online publishing, broken down into sections and topics. It's small, but well curated and a good resource to explore. It also has a neat color-switching feature, and uses websafe type rather than an external or premium typeface.
Brad Traversy / Traversy Media High-quality tutorials on web development and related technologies.
MDN Web Docs Web docs, references, and guides for (web) developers. Documentation for JavaScript, APIs, CSS, and more. By Mozilla, authors of Firefox. Their docs on HTML and CSS, and their general web guides.
w3schools "The world's largest web developer site." Tutorials, references, examples, and more on just about every feature, asset, and topic in web development.
Developer Roadmaps "Step by step guides and paths to learn different tools or technologies," covering frontend, backend, devOps, and react disciplines, with more on the way. A good reference for learning these technologies, but not necessarily a standard to follow. You don't need to know everything they list. Developers don't often know everything that falls under their domain. So, take these roadmaps with a grain of salt. Learn to code at home. Build projects. Earn certifications. Certifications in responsive web design, JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures, Front End Libraries and more. (Free)
Web Development in 2020 - A Practical Guide A video guide from Brad Traversy. "In this complete and practical guide, we will look at just about every technology in web development."
Minify A JavaScript and CSS code minifier, making websites faster and smaller.
Code The Web Blog "Web development explained for normal people!" HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Site Builders and Platforms

Website Description
Temper "Create your personal onepager website in a few clicks."
Bear Blog "A privacy-first, no-nonsense, super-fast blogging platform. No trackers, no javascript, no stylesheets. Just your words." Free to use, sign-up required. "Blot is a blogging platform with no interface. It turns a folder into a website. Blot gives you access to tools — blog with your favorite text-editor." Costs $4 per month, with hosting and support included.
Mataora Blog Minimal blogging platform. No ads, no tracking. Generous free tier, with premium starting at $9 per month, billed yearly.
Cargo Edgy, brutalist-themed site builder. Pricing starts at $13 per month or $99 per year.
Small Victories "Small Victories takes files in a Dropbox folder and turns them into a website. No CMS, no installation, no serve, no coding required." Free tier available. Premium is $4 per month, or $36 per year.
Elementor "World's leading WordPress website builder." All in one solution. Free tier available. First premium plan starts at $49 per year.
mmm page "Dead simple, drag & drop websites. Like a collage." Free to use. Optional premium upgrade to support the project and gain larger limits.
Telegraph Very simple site builder for a single-page website.
Read.CV "CV is a progressive platform used by thousands of people to create more mindful professional profiles."


Website Description
Learn to Code HTML and CSS By Shay Howe, for free. Topics covered include the very basics of HTML to advanced CSS topics and jQuery uses. "Learn to Code HTML & CSS has one goal — to teach people how to build beautiful and intuitive websites by way of clear and organized lessons. The guide covers a variety of web design and development topics, ranging from beginner to advanced skill levels."
CSS: The Definitive Guide A comprehensive and in-depth guide of Cascading Style Sheets. Written by Eric Meyer and Estelle Weyl, and published by O'Reilly. Topics covered include the basics of selectors to the advanced topics of media queries.
Picnic CSS A lightweight and beautiful CSS library.
Bulma CSS "Bulma is a free, open source CSS framework based on Flexbox and used by more than 200,000 developers."
MVP.css "A minimalist stylesheet for HTML elements. No class names, no frameworks, just semantic HTML and you're done."
NES.css "NES.css is NES-style (8bit-like) CSS Framework."
Flexbox Bar Graphs "Pure CSS bar graphs with a graceful mobile fallback. Open source and 100% customizable. Focused on minimalism." Demos, noting that on mobile, it fallbacks to tables.
Vanilla CSS "Vanilla CSS is a minimal baseline stylesheet for any web project. It includes a basic reset and default styling for all HTML5 elements (which you can see live below)."
Vanilla Framework CSS framework developed by the Canonical Web Team. Lightweight, composable, and open-source.
HTML Cafe Realtime HTLM editor and host.

Backend and DevOps

Website Description
Node.JS A asynchronous event-driven JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 JavaScript engine. For backends, non-browser environments. Extended by community-driven packages, available package managers (npm).
npm.JS Node Package Manager. Get access to open-source packages for Node, with free package register and worldwide availability. A GitHub company.
Deno A new JavaScript runtime built on Chrome's V8 engine and in Rust, emphasizing security, and supporting TypeScript out the box. Ships only a single executable file, has built-in utilities and code formatter, and has reviewed standards for modules. Made by the same guy behind Node.
SQLite "SQLite is a C-language library that implements a small, fast, self-contained, high-reliability, full-featured, SQL database engine. SQLite is the most used database engine in the world."
Google Firebase "Build apps fast, without managing infrastructure. Firebase gives you functionality like analytics, databases, messaging and crash reporting so you can move quickly and focus on your users. Backed by Google, trusted by top apps. Firebase is built on Google infrastructure and scales automatically, for even the largest apps."
Redis "Redis is an open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store, used as a database, cache and message broker. It supports data structures such as strings, hashes, lists, sets, sorted sets with range queries, bitmaps, hyperloglogs, geospatial indexes with radius queries and streams. Redis has built-in replication, Lua scripting, LRU eviction, transactions and different levels of on-disk persistence, and provides high availability via Redis Sentinel and automatic partitioning with Redis Cluster."
AWS Amazon Web Services. "Whether you're looking for compute power, database storage, content delivery, or other functionality, AWS has the services to help you build sophisticated applications with increased flexibility, scalability, and reliability."
Express JS Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for NodeJS, providing a robust set of features for web and mobile applications.
Vultr Cloud infrastructure products.

Hosting, Deployment, and Content Management

Website Description
JAMstack JAM stands for "JavaScript, APIs, and Markup." "Fast and secure sites and apps delivered by pre-rendering files and serving them directly from a CDN, removing the requirement to manage or run web servers." The JAMstack framework results in better performance, higher security, cheaper scaling, and better developer experience. Additional website: Netlify Jamstack.
Modern Web Development on the Jamstack An ebook that covers that basics of the JAMstack, presented by Netlify, and published for free by O'Reilly. A "comprehensive guide to Jamstack best practices."
WTF is JAMstack? A website guide that helps you to understand what JAMstack is, why it is exists, and how to use it. "JAMstack is revolutionising the way we think about workflow by providing a simpler developer experience, better performance, lower cost and greater scalability." Very helpful for those confused by the framework.
JAMstack Themes "A list of themes and starters for JAMstack sites. We're the largest gallery of user submitted, open source themes for static site generators." Over 600 themes in the catalog.
JAMstack Themes from Netlify "Find the perfect place to begin a new Jamstack site. Deploy a template site to Netlify with just one click. The site’s code will automatically populate as a new folder in your Git repository so you can explore, edit, and update so it works for you. All for free."
Netlify "Run sites globally. Changes deploy automatically. Publish modern web projects right from your git repos. There’s nothing to set up & no servers to maintain." Deliver your static websites through CDNs, increasing speed and efficiency for your visitors. Free tier available, as well as powerful add-ons including (serverless) functions, identity (register and login), forms, and large media support. Over 1,000,000 developers and business have joined Netlify.
Vercel Competitor to Netlify, with an emphasis on websites built with Next.js, among other frameworks. Deploys from git repos through CLI. Free for personal and hobby use. "All plans include unlimited resources (Bandwidth, Builds, and Serverless Function Execution) subject to our fair use policy. Additionally, different hard limits apply for each plan."
Kirby Content management that adapts to the user's needs. Built for developers, designers, creators, clients. Local installation demo has no expiration. No subscription; price is a one-time payment of $109.
Domainr Quick domain search. "Domainr is the fastest way to find your name for a new project or company. Instantly search every domain to see what’s available, and we’ll surface additional relevant domains that may not have crossed your mind. Once you’ve found the perfect domain, register it at your favorite registrar and start building."
FrontAid "FrontAid CMS is a decoupled and Git-based content management system. Content is stored in your own Git repository in the JSON text format. It works with all your current tools and you always own your data."
Njalla Privacy-aware domain serve. Register domains, manage them, etc., without worrying about your data and privacy. Basic domain registration starts at 15 EUR per month.


Website Description
API List A collective list of APIs.
Algolia Search API "Algolia is the search-as-a-service platform that enables companies of all sizes to deliver fast and relevant digital experiences that drive real results. With Algolia, consumers are able to easily find and discover what they want across web, mobile, and voice. Algolia allows developers and business teams to build and optimize delightful Search and Discovery experiences that increase online engagement, conversion rates and revenue." Free up to 10,000 searches per month.
Font Awesome Catalog of icons with various styles, built into an API. Free tier gains access to over 1500 icons of a single style; pro version has over 7000 icons in four styles, among other features.
Unsplash API "Create with the largest open collection of high-quality photos. For free." Free image placeholder service.
Privacy API for issuing site-specific, virtual credit cards.
RoughJS "A small (<9kB gzipped) graphics library that lets you draw in a sketchy, hand-drawn-like, style. The library defines primitives to draw lines, curves, arcs, polygons, circles, and ellipses. It also supports drawing SVG paths."
SheetJS "Read, edit, and export spreadsheets. Works in web browsers and servers"
EditorJS "Next generation block-styled editor."
GoatCounter "Easy web analytics. No tracking of personal data. GoatCounter is an open source web analytics platform available as a hosted service (free for non-commercial use) or self-hosted app. It aims to offer easy to use and meaningful privacy-friendly web analytics as an alternative to Google Analytics or Matomo."
ImprovMX Premium email forwarding, with a generous free-tier. Premium plan starts at $9 per month (with support up to 100 domains, lots of other features and extensions).


Website Description
ReactJS The most popular web framework. "A JavaScript library for building user interfaces."
VueJS The second most popular web framework. Arguably easier to learn than React, Vue is approachable, versatile, and performant.
Overreacted A blog by Dan Abramov, the co-creator of Redux. Very useful articles for ReactJS developers, among others.
AngularJS "One framework. Mobile and desktop." Used by big corporations like Google. Has speed and performance in mind, and "incredible tooling." Popular, useful, though arguably the hardest to learn of all the frameworks.
Redux "A predictable state container for JS Apps." "Predictable, centralized, debuggable, and flexible."
Next.js "The React Framework for Production. Next.js gives you the best developer experience with all the features you need for production: hybrid static & server rendering, TypeScript support, smart bundling, route pre-fetching, and more. No config needed." By Vercel.
Nuxtjs "The Intuitive Vue Framework. Build your next Vue.js application with confidence using NuxtJS. An open source framework making web development simple and powerful." "Modular, performant, enjoyable." Server-side rendered, statistical generated, single page applications.


Website Description
Design Resources for Developers. "Curated list of design and UI resources from stock photos, web templates, CSS frameworks, UI libraries, tools and much more." From Brad Traversy and available on GitHub.
Don't Make Me Think, Revisited By Steven Krug, a classic book on web design and usability. An essential read for all web-people: developers, designers, users.
Better Web Typography By Matej Latin. An excellent book and course on web typography, an essential skill for all web developers and designers. Worth it's price in gold. There is also a lot of useful web typography resources on the website, including quizzes, games, guides, and more.
Practical Typography A book on typography by Matthew Butterick, with an emphasis on practical use and methods. The book is online and open, so anyone can access and read it without paying, but the book is not free. Payment is expected from those who find it valuable.
Atomic Design By Brad Frost. Online, free book that covers the principles of interface design. "Atomic Design details all that goes into creating and maintaining robust design systems, allowing you to roll out higher quality, more consistent UIs faster than ever before. This book introduces a methodology for thinking of our UIs as thoughtful hierarchies, discusses the qualities of effective pattern libraries, and showcases techniques to transform your team's design and development workflow."
Laws of UX A collection of the maxims and principles that designers can consider when building user interfaces. Created by Jon Yablonski.
A List Apart A publication that "explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices." Articles written by industry-leading professionals.
Gutenberg "A meaningful web typography starter kit." "Gutenberg is a flexible and simple-to-use web typography starter kit for web designers and developers." "Gutenberg sets the baseline grid to establish a proper vertical rhythm and makes sure all elements fit into it. It sets up the macro typography so you can focus on the micro–typographic details."
WebAIM Contrast Checker Check the contrast between two colors and how they evaluate on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
WCAG Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Standards, resources, and guidelines for developers and designers to ensure their web content is accessible to everyone.
Paletton An advanced tool to generator color combinations and palettes. "Built on a classical artistic color wheel, applies classical color theory and works within a specially created RYB color space. Therefore the color combinations it produces are very different from those you can get in many computer graphic applications."
The Noun Project Over 2 million royalty-free icons for just about anything. $40/yr for everyone; $20/yr for students.
Font Awesome Catalog of icons with various styles, built into an API. Free tier gains access to over 1500 icons of a single style; pro version has over 7000 icons in four styles, among other features.
TeenyIcons Free tiny, minimal icons.
The Shape of Design "The Shape of Design began as a talk by Frank Chimero at the Build Conference, November 2010. Encouraged by the lecture’s response, Frank began to expand some of its themes into a book, eventually leading to a Kickstarter campaign to self-publish the work. The fundraising project launched in February 2011 and met its fundraising goal on the first day. It eventually reached four times its funding goal, making The Shape of Design one of the earliest successes from the design community on the Kickstarter platform. Since then, the book has found its way into design classrooms around the world as foundational reading, and grown its audience to include chefs, woodworkers, writers, and other creative practitioners."
Print Magazine "PRINT (founded 1940) is where creative people gather to inspire and build design dialogue. Perpetually curious about everything design, we report on, curate and celebrate visual culture, the makers of that culture and the expression of graphic design in all its forms and mediums."
Heroicons "Beautiful hand-crafted SVG icons, by the makers of Tailwind CSS."
CopyChar "A basic app that allows you to find and copy special characters to your clipboard. Click or tap on a character and it will be copied to your clipboard. "
Khushmeen Free illustrations, icons, etc.
Fraunces "Fraunces is a display, "Old Style" soft-serif typeface inspired by the mannerisms of early 20th century typefaces such as Windsor, Souvenir, and the Cooper Series." It is open and free.
colorsandfonts "A collection of color and typography resources for Web Developers and Digital Designers to find inspiration. "
Velvetyne Type Foundry (VTF) Free and open-source typefaces.
unDraw Illustrations Open-source illustrations.
Components AI Extensive collection of design tools. Tools for color, themes, typography, and more.
Web Design as Architecture A list of aims on web design philosophy. (The original URL is dead, hence Web Archive link.)
Designing For the Web "aims to teach you techniques for designing your website using the principles of graphic design. Featuring five sections, each covering a core aspect of graphic design: Getting Started, Research, Typography, Colour, and Layout. Learn solid graphic design theory that you simply apply to your designs, making the difference from a good design to a great one."
Indestructible Type* Open-source typefaces from Owen Earl.
Web Safe Colors Information about web safe colors and best practices, and a chart of the 216 web safe colors.
Excelsiorama A typeface made by over 30 designers across Upstate New York.
Abstract Tools for the whole design process, including collaboration. Pricing starts at $32 per month.
Accessibility Developer Guide Guide on accessibility in web development and design. "All our contents are based strictly on the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1). Our goal is to provide you with the simplest and most effective best practices on how to design, implement and test websites with accessibility in mind."
Uncut "Uncut is a libre typeface catalogue, focusing on somewhat contemporary type."
Design Regression Design Regression is a journalette (mini journal) publishing texts that are about design for reading and reading-related research. It aims for the hard-to-get blend of approachability with seriousness and relevance to practice.


Website Description
One Page Love "One Page websites, templates and resources."
Email Love "Email inspiration and newsletter discovery." By the same guy behind One Page Love.
Brutalist One Curated list of brutalist-styled websites.
Land-book A collection of websites with good design.
Brutalist Websites A big collection of brutalist-styled websites, some with interviews of the developers or designers.
Typewolf A curated newsletter of tends in web typography. Offers recommendations and lists of typefaces. Lookbooks, guides, and resources are available for sale. By Jeremiah Shoaf.
Dribbble "the go-to resource for discovering and connecting with designers and creative talent around the globe." Share and discuss creative work, and find creative job opportunities.
Behance Showcase your work, discuss it, find inspiration and jobs. Like Dribbble, but from Adobe.
Brand New "Brand New is a division of UnderConsideration, chronicling and providing opinions on corporate and brand identity work. We cover redesigns and new designs of notable products, companies, services, and organizations across all industries and locations. Brand New is edited and written by Armin Vit, co-founder of UnderConsideration."
K-HOLE "K-HOLE is a trend forecasting group based in New York. It was founded by Greg Fong, Sean Monahan, Emily Segal, Chris Sherron, and Dena Yago." Reports covered trends on doubt, freedom, anxiety, patience, and visibility.
Jennifer Dewalt "I taught myself to code by making 180 websites in 180 days! From April 1st, 2013 to September 27, 2013, I made one website a day, every single day as a learn to code project. Along the way, I published all my code publicly on GitHub and wrote a blog post to accompany each website. I started with just a little html and css, but by the end I was making dynamic, interactive apps using Javascript, Ruby on Rails and Node.js."
Gossip's Web "The directory of handmade webpages."
SiteInspire "A showcase of the finest web and interactive design." "Browse 7,990 sites by style, type, or subject, or just see the very best. Websites are chosen and curated by Howells—Studio."
Klikkenthéke "Neue web design catalogue. Source of inspiration for designers, developers and HTML enthusiasts." "The home of alternative design, code and content on the world wide web. ... Browse our growing archive of web design inspiration which we have been curating since 2012. We look out for websites that are experimenting with design, interactivity and content in new and interesting ways."
Creative Lives in Progress "Creative Lives in Progress (formerly Lecture in Progress) is an inclusive creative careers resource, on a mission to transform the way emerging talent access, understand and connect with the industry. We encourage greater transparency and representation within the creative working world by sharing advice and insight, highlighting entry-level opportunities, as well as hosting events that bring talent and industry together. So if you don’t know what’s next or are in need of some extra guidance, this is the perfect place to start."
Gems by Thanks But No Thanks Inspiration, resources curated by Thanks But No Thanks, a recently defunct design studio.
Minimal Gallery A catalog of minimally-designed websites.
Free Font Alternatives: The Ultimate Guide A guide to alternatives for free fonts.

SEO and Marketing

Website Description
Ahrefs Blog " We help you get better at SEO and marketing: detailed tutorials, case studies and opinion pieces from marketing practitioners and industry experts alike"
Moz SEO guides, resources, etc.
Copyblogger Resources, guides on content marketing and copy writing, and related.

Operating Systems

Resources for operating systems and such.

Website Description Find resources on Linux, including tutorials and links to download.
pfSense "a free, open source customized distribution of FreeBSD specifically tailored for use as a firewall and router that is entirely managed via web interface. In addition to being a powerful, flexible firewalling and routing platform, it includes a long list of related features and a package system allowing further expandability without adding bloat and potential security vulnerabilities to the base distribution."
FreeNAS "an operating system that can be installed on virtually any hardware platform to share data over a network. FreeNAS is the simplest way to create a centralized and easily accessible place for your data. Use FreeNAS with ZFS to protect, store, and back up all of your data. FreeNAS is used everywhere, for the home, small business, and the enterprise."
Ubuntu "an open source software operating system that runs from the desktop, to the cloud, to all your internet connected things." Pretty great for beginner Linux users.
Pop!_OS "an operating system for STEM and creative professionals who use their computer as a tool to discover and create. Unleash your potential on secure, reliable open source software. Based on your exceptional curiosity, we sense you have a lot of it." Developer toolkits for deep learning, engineering, media production, and bioinformatics come pre-installed; as is software for easy Linux gaming. Installation encryption by default, and other nice features. From System 76.
Arch Linux "a lightweight and flexible Linux® distribution that tries to Keep It Simple."
Fedora "Fedora creates an innovative, free, and open source platform for hardware, clouds, and containers that enables software developers and community members to build tailored solutions for their users."
OpenBSD "The OpenBSD project produces a FREE, multi-platform 4.4BSD-based UNIX-like operating system. Our efforts emphasize portability, standardization, correctness, proactive security and integrated cryptography. As an example of the effect OpenBSD has, the popular OpenSSH software comes from OpenBSD."
elementaryOS "The fast, open, and privacy-respecting replacement for Windows and macOS."
freeRTOS "Developed in partnership with the world’s leading chip companies over a 15-year period, and now downloaded every 170 seconds, FreeRTOS is a market-leading real-time operating system (RTOS) for microcontrollers and small microprocessors. Distributed freely under the MIT open source license, FreeRTOS includes a kernel and a growing set of IoT libraries suitable for use across all industry sectors. FreeRTOS is built with an emphasis on reliability and ease of use."
Ubuntu Gamepack "It is an operating system that will guarantee the launch of more than 85,842 games developed both specifically for Linux and developed for Windows, DOS, various game consoles Sega, Nintendo, PSP, Sony PlayStation, ZX Spectrum and many others."
~/Hund "A [blog] mostly about Linux, plaintext & minimalism."
ExplainShell "This site contains 29761 parsed manpages from sections 1 and 8 found in Ubuntu's manpage repository. A lot of heuristics were used to extract the arguments of each program, and there are errors here and there, especially in manpages that have a non-standard layout."
Windows 10 AME Windows 10 Ameliorated. "Windows 10 AME aims at delivering a stable, non-intrusive yet fully functional build of Windows 10 to anyone, who requires the Windows operating system natively. Spyware systems, which are abundant in Windows 10 by default, have not been disabled using group policy, registry entries or various other workarounds – they have been entirely removed and deleted from the system, on an executable-level. This includes Windows Update, and any related services intended to re-patch the system via what is essentially a universal backdoor. Core applications, such as the included Edge web-browser, Windows Media Player, Cortana, as well as any appx applications, have also been successfully eliminated. The total size of removed files is about 2 GB."
GrapheneOS "GrapheneOS is a privacy and security focused mobile OS with Android app compatibility developed as a non-profit open source project. It's focused on the research and development of privacy and security technology including substantial improvements to sandboxing, exploit mitigations and the permission model."
LineageOS "A free and open-source operating system for various devices, based on the Android mobile platform." Security and privacy focused.


Website Description
Beyond Compare A file and folder comparison tool, with useful commands and tools for file management.
WinDirStat "a disk usage statistics viewer and cleanup tool for various versions of Microsoft Windows." Related tools for Linux and MacOS exist.
Disk Space Fan "A fast disk space analyzer and duplicate file remover software. It helps you to free up disk space by quickly finding and deleting big files. It displays disk space usage with a eye-candy ring chart and dynamic animation. You can navigate the folders easily with the ring chart. It integrates well with Windows file explorer to open, delete and browse files and folders." Free and paid versions available.
Wireshark "The world’s foremost and widely-used network protocol analyzer."
Voidtools / Everything Advanced Windows Desktop Search Engine, letting you "locate files and folders by name instantly."
Malwarebytes Free anti-malware software for Windows, Mac, and mobile.
7-Zip Free and open-source file archiver with a high-compression ratio for Windows.
Recuva Deleted file recovery tool by CCleaner
F.lux Day and night cycle software that adjusts your monitor's color temperature and brightness to improve the monitor's effects on your eyes. May improve sleep if you use your computer too close to bedtime.
VirtualBox "a powerful x86 and AMD64/Intel64 virtualization product for enterprise as well as home use."
PuTTY "a free implementation of SSH and Telnet for Windows and Unix platforms, along with an xterm terminal emulator. It is written and maintained primarily by Simon Tatham."
WizTree The fastest free disk space analyzer for Windows.
SeaMonkey "Web-browser, advanced e-mail, newsgroup and feed client, IRC chat, and HTML editing made simple—all your Internet needs in one application."

Digital Privacy

Website Description
Surveillance Self-Defense "Tips, tools, and how-tos for safer online communications," by the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Basic defense guides, tool guides, and more advanced topics covered.
PrivacyTools "You are being watched. Private and state-sponsored organizations are monitoring and recording your online activities. PrivacyTools provides services, tools and knowledge to protect your privacy against global mass surveillance." Considered the standard for finding privacy-conscious alternatives to popular software.
DeleteMyData Guides for the "simplest way to delete your online accounts". How to delete your account, from Amazon to Google to Facebook to LinkedIn.
Switching Software "Ethical, easy-to-use and privacy-conscious alternatives to well-known software." Mixed recommendations; some good, some bad, but overall an OK reference.
dnscrypt-proxy A flexible DNS proxy, with support for modern encrypted DNS protocols such as DNSCrypt v2, DNS-over-HTTPS and Anonymized DNSCrypt. "an independent publication covering internet privacy, online security, the VPN software industry, the blockchain, and emerging internet technology." VPN guides, reviews, and comparisons, and resources for Internet privacy.
Security In-A-Box Tools and tactics (guides) for digital security on Linux, Windows, Mac, Mobile, and Web.
r/degoogle Tips, resources, guides, and more for "expelling Google from your life." Why You Should DeGoogle & Intro DeGoogling Techniques. Huge list of alternatives to Google products and services. [r/Privacy's wiki on deGoogling is also helpful.](r/Privacy's wiki on deGoogling is also helpful.)
r/privacy Reddit community dedicated to digital privacy and freedom. Resources, news, guides, and more for securing your digital lives. Their wiki is an indispensable source anyone interested in digital privacy.
They Track You "A website to raise awareness of online privacy." Information on corporate and government tracking, defense of surveillance, and more. Very good for beginners.
Richard Stallman Reasons for not using products and services from the biggest technology companies, by the man behind the GNU Project and the Free Software Foundation.
Google Data Collection A report on Google's Data Collection from the FTC by Professor Douglas Schmidt of Vanderbilt University. (From August 2018.)
Pi-hole "Network-wide Ad blocking" software.
CryptoPaper An article detailing "Privacy, Security, and Anonymity For Every Internet User."
Njalla A privacy-aware domain service, starting at 15 € / year.
OpenStreetMaps Free and open-source map data. Explore "a map of the world, created by people like you and free to use under an open license."
Posteo Private, secure, ad-free, and green premium email. Starts at 1 EUR per month. Private, premium email. Standard subscription starts at 3 EUR per user per month.

Game Development

Website Description
Kenney "Free game assets, no strings attached. We've created thousands of sprites, 3D models and sound effects which you can use in your projects. The generous public domain license allows any kind of use, even commercial!"
OpenGameArt Similar to Kenney. Forums for sharing art, discussing it, etc.
Miziziziz Videos on game development.


Website Description
Arduino "An open-source electronics platform based on easy-to-use hardware and software. It's intended for anyone making interactive projects."
RaspberryPi A tiny computer kit loaded with features, for desktop computing, robots, smart hubs, media centers, and more.
Beaker "An experimental peer-to-peer Web browser. ... Beaker uses a new peer-to-peer network called Hypercore Protocol. Other Beaker users can visit these Websites with no servers required."
SCIgen "SCIgen is a program that generates random Computer Science research papers, including graphs, figures, and citations. It uses a hand-written context-free grammar to form all elements of the papers. Our aim here is to maximize amusement, rather than coherence."
Awesome SRE "A curated list of Site Reliability and Production Engineering resources." Has a GitHub list too. Curated by Pavlos Ratis.


Resources for education, including courses, student services, etc.

Open Courses & MOOC Providers

Website Description
MIT OpenCourseWare A web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content; open and available to the world and is a permanent MIT activity. 2400+ courses in business, science, math, and humanities. (Free)
MIT Open Learning Library "The MIT Open Learning Library is home to selected educational content from MIT OpenCourseWare and MITx courses, available to anyone in the world at any time. All material is free to use. Some resources, particularly those from MIT OpenCourseWare, are free to download, remix, and reuse for non-commercial purposes."
Open Yale Courses Free and open access to a selection of intro courses from Yale University. (Free)
Harvard Online Learning (HarvardX) Catalog of Harvard's online courses offered through MOOC providers like edX. (Free courses, paid certificates.)
The Open University An online, accredited university from the UK offering (paid) degrees and (some free) courses.
OpenLearn by The Open University Free courses in science, business, arts, and more.
Berkeley Courses 20,000 videos of Berkeley lectures available on LBRY. (Free) 2500+ online courses from 140 institutions. Courses in computer and data sciences, language, business, science, and humanities. (Free courses, paid certificates.)
Coursera Offering 4300+ online courses (some free), 320+ projects, 440+ specializations, 30+ certificates, and 20 degrees from accredited universities. (Paid courses start at $49.)
Udemy 150,000+ courses from professionals and institutions in business, technology, and more. Courses starts at $9.99.
Skillshare Courses in creativity, lifestyle, and business. Subscription starting at $99/year or $19/month.
NPTEL "The National Programme on Technology Enhanced Learning." Peer-reviewed educational resources in STEM and other fields; more than 56,000 hours of video content.
FutureLearn "Learn 100% online with world-class universities and industry experts. Develop your career, learn a new skill, or pursue your hobbies with flexible online courses." A digital education platform offering courses in STEM, business, humanities, and more from accredited and respected institutions and organizations. Jointly owned by The Open University.
Open Source Society University Open-source, community-driven university offering free, self-taught education in computer science, bioinformatics, and data science.
Khan Academy Free, world-class education in math, science, humanities and more.
Art 101 from Penn State Introduction to Web Design.
An Entire MBA in 1 Course On Udemy. "Everything You Need to Know About Business from Start-up to IPO."
Stanford Online Online programs, courses. Free courses available in Health and medicine, education, engineering, arts and humanities, and more.
Open-Source Mathematics Degree A collection of open-source material for learning the equivalent of a bachelors in mathematics.
McGill Personal Finance A free course in personal finance, covering topics in budgeting, debt, investing, and more.
Online Medical Terminology Course A free, online medical terminology course provided by Des Moines University (a medical and health sciences school).
Epictetus's Enchiridion - Ancient Philosophy and Peace of Mind A free course from Dr. Gregory Sadler. Course includes resources and handouts for studying the key ideas from the Enchiridion and Stoic philosophy, and chapter-by-chapter commentary, where Dr. Sadler explains or discusses the text. Quizzes and more. Completely free.
Introduction to Logic and Critical Thinking Coursera course provided by Duke University professor of philosophy, Dr. Walter Sinnott-Armstrong. Covers understanding arguments, deductive reasoning, inductive reasoning, and fallacies.

Calculators, Solvers, and Data Analysis

Website Description
WolframAlpha Compute answers and find knowledge on almost anything. Math, physics, chemistry, life sciences, technology, music, art, and more.
Symbolab Math education and problem-solving tool. Solutions, graphs, practice and more.
Photomath Scan math problems and get step-by-step explanations and solutions. Arithmetic to calculus supported. Available on Google Play and App Store.
fxSolver A problem solver for engineering and scientific equations.
Cymath Math problem solver.
Mathway Math problem solver from Chegg.
Origin Data analysis and graphing software. Free and pro versions available.
Desmos Graphing, scientific, matrix calculators, and more. You can do a lot of cool stuff in it.
R Free software environment for statistical computing and graphics.
OmniCalculator A huge collection of calculators for problems in chemistry, conversion, food, everyday-life, math, and more. 1289 free calculators in total.
QuickMath Quick and simple equation, inequality, or system solver, providing step-by-step solutions.


Website Description
32 Free Online Courses and Certificates A list of free courses and certificates you can earn in 2020, by Web Employed
40 High Paying Trade School Degrees and Jobs 2020 A list of trade school degrees and jobs that pay very well in 2020, from Online Schools Center.
Slader Step-by-step solutions for textbook problems
Scholly The ultimate student success platform: personalized scholarship search, document proofreader
Github Education GitHub Education helps students, teachers, and schools access the tools and events they need to shape the next generation of software development. Developer Pack with discounts, Github campus experts, teacher toolboxes and more.
Github Student Developer Starter Pack Learn to ship software like a pro. There's no substitute for hands-on experience. But for most students, real world tools can be cost-prohibitive. That's why we created the GitHub Student Developer Pack with some of our partners and friends: to give students free access to the best developer tools in one place so they can learn by doing. The Modern JavaScript Tutorial
MDN Web Docs Web docs, references, and guides for (web) developers. By Mozilla. Official transfer and articulation system for California's public colleges and universities
CLEP Exams Get college credit for what you know by taking CLEP exams. Topics covered: Composition and Literature, World Languages, History and Social Sciences, Science and Mathematics, and Business. Administered by the College Board. (Each exam is $89.)
MathWorld Online reference for mathematics. (Free)
OpenCourser MOOC Search engine, accessing over 16,000 courses from edX, Coursera, and others
UNiDAYS A catalog of student discounts in fashion, beauty, food & drink, health & fitness, lifestyle, technology, sports & media, and more.
McNair Scholars Program "A US Department of Education TRIO Program." "The McNair Scholars Program is a federal TRIO program funded at 151 institutions across the United States and Puerto Rico by the U.S. Department of Education. It is designed to prepare undergraduate students for doctoral studies through involvement in research and other scholarly activities." Resources on programs, conferences, research, communities, and more.
Open Culture Huge catalog of open, free-access resources, including online courses, movies, audiobooks and ebooks, MOOCs, and more.
Federal TRIO Programs "The Federal TRIO Programs (TRIO) are Federal outreach and student services programs designed to identify and provide services for individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds. TRIO includes eight programs targeted to serve and assist low-income individuals, first-generation college students, and individuals with disabilities to progress through the academic pipeline from middle school to postbaccalaureate programs."
Sophia "Low-cost, self-paced courses for college credit in a fresh and fun learning environment." 33 colleges and universities are partnered to guarantee credit transfer. Their courses are ACE Credit recommended and DEAC-approved, but beyond the partnered schools, credit acceptance is not guaranteed. Membership starts at $79 per month. Courses in business, English and composition, humanities, STEM, and more.
HyperPhysics Educational website about physics, featuring articles in astrophysics, quantum physics, acoustics, mechanics, and more. Hosted by the Department of Physics and Astronomy at the Georgia State University.
Top 35 Tutition-Free Colleges A list of "tuition-free" colleges that offer large scholarships to students from low-income families.
OhioLink A partnership between 116 academic libraries in Ohio, offering access to over 46 million books, 100 electronic research databases, over 100,000 ebooks, and more.
RateMyProfessors "Rate My Professors is the largest online destination for professor ratings. Users have added more than 19 million ratings, 1.7 million professors and over 7,500 schools to Rate My Professors."
Mathematics Genealogy Project "The intent of this project is to compile information about ALL the mathematicians of the world. We earnestly solicit information from all schools who participate in the development of research level mathematics and from all individuals who may know desired information." / Peter Smith Resources on logic, learning logic. Guide to learning logic, free books, exercises, and more.
Graphical Linear Algebra A blog on the development of graphical linear algebra. A resource for learning linear algebra.
Project Euler "Project Euler is a series of challenging mathematical/computer programming problems that will require more than just mathematical insights to solve. Although mathematics will help you arrive at elegant and efficient methods, the use of a computer and programming skills will be required to solve most problems." Sign-up required, but it is free.
PCSAS Psychological Clinical Science Accreditation System. Accredits programs in clinical and counseling psychology. Has resources for students, including a list of accredited programs.
PhDCareerGuide Resources and information for graduate students. Information in various career industries, including academia, technology, government.
Philosophical Gourmet Graduate programs in philosophy ranked. Has information on applying to graduate school and find work within/with philosophy.
Engineering Wiki "The Engineering Wiki's mission is not only to collect knowledge from an engineer's point of view, but also to create a community of engineers, engineering students, and other people with an interest in engineering." Information on various fields of engineering and important topics.
Find My Pathway Career guidance and resources for various fields, including biomedicine, engineering, and psychology. Pathways include a map of career options from certain starting points, like "undergraduate studies" to "research in academia."
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences: Open Education Resources (OERs) A collection of open and free resources for education in psychology and behavioral sciences.
ImaginePhD "ImaginePhD is an online career exploration and planning tool for PhD students and postdoctoral scholars in the humanities and social sciences. Humanities and social sciences PhD students and their mentors have long recognized the need for more resources to help bridge the knowledge gap between doctoral education and the realm of career possibilities. ImaginePhD is designed to meet this need by allowing users to assess their career-related skills, interests, and values and to explore careers appropriate to their disciplines. The tool includes a goal setting application that enables users to map out next steps for career and professional development to achieve their goals." Free sign-up required to assess materials and resources.
Imaginary "IMAGINARY is a non-profit organisation (German gGmbH) for the communication of modern mathematics. It offers a platform for open and interactive mathematics with a variety of content that can be used in schools, at home, in museums, at exhibitions, or for events and media activities. The main contents of IMAGINARY are its interactive programs and its picture galleries. Have a look at our detailed about page with a history of our organization and project milestones. "
Engineering Blogs Recent posts from 503 engineering blogs, mostly software and related.
Periodic Table of Chemical Elements Periodic table; information about the elements. Nicely designed.
Syllabus Finder "Our syllabus search engine helps you discover full details on courses that interest you. We believe that students should be allowed to know what material is taught in courses before registering at their schools."
This Way to CPA Resources for aspiring CPAs, backed by the AICPA.
Start Here, Go Places More resources for aspiring accountants and teachers of accounting, from the AICPA.
Better Explained Lessons on mathematics, explained clearly and intuitively.
Open Educational Resources from Humboldt State University A collection of open educational resources for arts, humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, and professional studies, and more. Includes resources for free and open textbooks too.
Middle English Literature (Reading List) A reading list in Middle English literature, course English 112, from Harvard University.
Sample Mathematics Exams A collection of sample (practice) exams in math courses from the College of Charleston. Exams for college algebra, applied calculus, pre-calculus, calculus (1, 2, 3), and linear algebra.
Practice Mathematics Exams Practice exams for courses in college algebra, pre-calculus, calculus (1,2) and introductory statistics
Math courses syllabi Syllabi for courses in mathematics, which include sections covered, and other potentially useful information. Provided by Daytona State College. Courses include college algebra, college trigonometry, calculus (pre, business, 1, 2, 3), linear algebra, discrete math, differential equations, statistics, and more.
The Analytic Tradition PHL 327 from the University of Austin, taught by Dr. Daniel Bonevac. Reading list, syllabus, and other potentially useful information.
Paul's Online Math Notes "Welcome to my online math tutorials and notes. The intent of this site is to provide a complete set of free online (and downloadable) notes and/or tutorials for classes that I teach at Lamar University. I've tried to write the notes/tutorials in such a way that they should be accessible to anyone wanting to learn the subject regardless of whether you are in my classes or not. In other words, they do not assume you've got any prior knowledge other than the standard set of prerequisite material needed for that class. In other words, it is assumed that you know Algebra and Trig prior to reading the Calculus I notes, know Calculus I prior to reading the Calculus II notes, etc. "
Graduate Student Resources Resources for graduate students of philosophy at the University of Arizona. Includes extensive reading lists for various sub-fields of philosophy (ancient ethics, applied philosophy, modern topics, etc.) in addition to teaching resources.
The Daily Idea "The Daily Idea is collecting the best philosophy resources from across the internet. Follow these links to find hundreds of free online philosophy resources, philosophy course syllabi, and philosophy reading lists."
Advice for Graduate Students A summary of a graduate student lunch time seminar at UPenn. Advice covers finding problems, starting projects, tricks, etc. Originally for students in Statistics, but the advice is applicable to any graduate student (and even non-students).
How to fail a PhD Advice to avoid failing a PhD program, by Rob J Hyndman, professor of Statistics at Monash University.
Niche College rankings, from the best overall, by major or by state.
College Return on Investment Compare the cost of college with how much graduates make after attending that cost, so as to maximize your return on investment. Breakdown by major, school type, job, or state. Also has relevant articles and charts. By Payscale, a compensation data research company.
IB Academy "IB.Academy proudly presents the Study Guides! Below you will find all the revision materials you need to excel in your examinations. We have guides for various subjects including: Economics, Mathematics and Physics. In the spirit of open education, which advocates for easy and accessible information for all, you can get our Study Guides for FREE--and yes, they always will be!"
Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan (University of California) "UC's Blue and Gold Opportunity Plan will ensure that you will not have to pay UC’s systemwide tuition and fees out of your own pocket if you are a California resident whose total family income is less than $80,000 a year and you qualify for financial aid — and that's just for starters. Blue and Gold students with sufficient financial need can qualify for even more grant aid to help reduce the cost of attending." Free tuition for qualified undergraduates in the University of California System.


Website Description
Noba Project High-quality and flexible psychology textbooks and materials for free
Bookboon Free textbooks for university students
OpenStax Free, flexible textbooks - in the format your students need
Open Textbook Library Open (free) textbook library from the University of Minnesota
SlugBooks Cheap College Textbooks with price compare
Chegg Cheaper college textbooks, study resources, and more Compare textbook prices from all the best online stores at once.
Wikibooks Open-content textbooks from Wikimedia Foundation (of Wikipedia).
ZLibrary: Books The world's largest ebook library. 5.3 million of ebooks available for free download in almost every format. Includes many books still in copyright. A mirror of Library Genesis.
Collection of Springer textbooks Springer had at one point offered many of their books for free. This free access is now closed, however, but this collection might be useful for someone looking for books in specific subjects.
Open Logic Project "The Open Logic Project is a collection of teaching materials on mathematical logic aimed at a non-mathematical audience, intended for use in advanced logic courses as taught in many philosophy departments. It is open-source: you can download the LaTeX code. It is open: you’re free to change it whichever way you like, and share your changes. It is collaborative: a team of people is working on it, using the GitHub platform, and we welcome contributions and feedback. And it is written with configurability in mind."
Ultimate Electronics "A free, interactive book for electronics hobbyists and electrical engineering students." Work in progress.


Website Description
ANKI An intelligent flash card app that uses spaced-repetition as a foundation of learning. Synchronize between devices, extend with add-ons, and use across any platform - Windows, Mac, Linux, and mobile. (Free.)
Quizlet Flashcards and tools. Collections of flashcards exist for topics in humanities, languages, math, science, and more.
Notion All-in-one workspace, with collaboration features and more. Create custom databases, journal systems, web pages, and more. Templates, blogs, wikis, and websites. Available in-browser, or on Mac and Windows. Free for personal use.
PTable An online periodic table with interactive and dynamic features. See element properties, electron distributions, isotopes, and compound information.

YouTube Educators

A list of YouTube Educators segmented by their subject(s).


Website Description
Accounting Fundamentals A playlist for the fundamentals of accounting. The accounting equation, transactions, adjustments, balancing, etc.
Accounting for Beginners Debts, credits, accounting equation, income statements, balance sheets, accounts, assets, more.


Website Description
James Cook Lectures on algebra, calculus (1-3), algebraic topology, linear algebra, topology & analysis, abstract algebra (1-2). Differential equations, number theory, lie theory, complex analysis, mechanics.
Professor Macauley Lectures on advanced linear algebra (graduate level), discrete mathematical structures, advanced engineering mathematics, visual group theory, differential equations, and calculus II.
Michel van Biezen Videos on basics, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, pre-calculus and calculus (1-3), differential equations, and linear algebra. Also has videos on physics, chemistry, astronomy, mechanical and electrical engineering.
Simmy Sigma Linear algebra, algebra, integration, and videos on engineering, geomatics, hydrology, and fluid mechanics.
singingbanana Jim Grime, the mathematician from Numberphile.
blackpenredpen Math teacher doing videos on calculus (1-2), algebra, differential equations, and miscellaneous math (on many topics).
3Blue1Brown Grant Sanderson. Approachable mathematics with emphasis on theory. Videos on the essence of linear algebra and calculus, neural networks, and differential equations. Miscellaneous math too.
Mathologer Math exploration and explanation. Videos on geometry, irrational and transcendental numbers, infinite sums, fractions, numbers and theory, topology.
Professor Dave Explains Easy and simple explanations of topics in calculus, trigonometry, algebra, geometry at the high school / lower-class undergraduate level.
patrickJMT Thousands of videos in math and physics.
solve midnighttutor Decade old videos on pre-calculus, calculus, rocket science, dimensional analysis, fractions.
ukmathsteacher GCSE, A Lvel maths videos and worksheets. Statistics, calculus.
slcmath@pc Videos on linear algebra and integral calculus
Bill Shillito Higher mathematics
Insights into Mathematics Math foundations, linear algebra, history of mathematics, ancient mathematics, old Babylonian math, terminology, probability and statistics, math education, geometry, topology, rational trigonometry, algebraic calculus, advanced math
The Organic Chemistry Tutor Algebra, trigonometry, precalculus, statistics, calculus. Also videos on chemistry, physics, biology, and other science.
Bill Kinney Numerical methods, applied statistics, probability, differential equations, linear algebra, abstract / modern algebra, field theory, Galois theory, complex analysis, calculus, financial mathematics, real analysis
GVSUmath College algebra, precalculus, calculus, math games, discrete structures, linear algebra
The Math Sorcerer Proofs, probability, calculus, differential equations, abstract algebra, advanced calculus, complex analysis, topology, linear algebra, principles of mathematical induction, functions, sets, relations, set theory, number theory, statistics, college algebra, trigonometry, inspiration and advice
John Kinny-Lewis High school math, calculus, geometry, complex numbers, mathematical induction, algebra
Professor Leonard Precalculus, differential equations, calculus (1-3), statistics. Full course lectures.
Anil Kumar Calculus, precalculus, GCSE math, vectors. Discrete math, algebra.
Harold Walden Elementary math, calculus, proofs. Some videos on physics.
Eddie Woo Calculus, applied calculus, algebra, precalculus, math-related video
Flammable Maths Competitive math, geometry, calculus, number theory, linear algebra, differential equations, random problems and improvised session math.
ProfRobBob Precalculus, algebra, calculus, statistics, vectors, linear algebra, geometry
MathDoctorBob Basic math, algebra, precalculus, linear algebra, calculus, abstract algebra, topology, differential equations, real analysis, logic, mathematical induction
Steven Brunton Data science, linear algebra, Fourier analysis, engineering mathematics, fluid dynamics, dynamical systems, scientific computing, singular value decomposition
Dr Peyam Algebra, precalculus, calculus and beyond. Real analysis, PDEs. Math for fun.


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Michel van Biezen Videos on mechanics, sound and waves, thermodynamics, electricity and magnetism, optics, and modern physics. Also has videos on math, astronomy, chemistry, and engineering.
lasseviren1 Introductory videos on mechanics and electricity and magnetism.
learnfluidmechanics Videos on fluid mechanics.
Lectures by Walter Lewin Prof. Lewin's famous physics lectures on classical mechanics, electricity and magnetism, and vibrations and waves. (MIT Physics 1-3 lectures.)
Doc Schuster Topics in AP Physics: mechanics, electricity and magnetism, waves and sound, thermodynamics, modern physics, optics,
Professor Dave Explains Easy and simple explanations of topics in classical physics, modern physics, and astronomy and astrophysics at the high school / lower-class undergraduate level.
AK Lectures Videos in classical and modern physics, and in biochemistry.
DrPhysicsA A Level Physics, GCSE Physics, magnetism and electricity, thermodynamics, classical mechanics, nuclear physics, quantum mechanics, particle physics, atomic physics, special and general relativity, and cosmology.
AbrahamPhysics Concise videos in mechanics
patrickJMT Thousands of videos in math and physics.
The Organic Chemistry Tutor General physics, videos in math and chemistry.
Thomas Kim Physics demonstrations, DIY
PhysicsHelp Graphing motion, motion mechanics, vectors, relative velocity, forces, Newton's Laws, simple machines, circular motion, projectiles, collisions, momentum, energy, work, planetary mechanics, electricity, electromagnetism, waves, light, and sound, optics.
Gregory Johnson AP Physics 1 and 2.
SuperMagnetMan "SuperMagnetMan, George Mizzell, loves to solve problems with magnets - super magnets, that is:). He is a "whiz" when it comes to magnets and can tell you anything and everything you would need to know. At SuperMagnetMan we love new challenges from customers. The challenges pushes us to develop a way to solve your problem AND we learn something new in the process."
Physics Online Videos on A-level physics.


Website Description
Michel van Biezen Videos on equilibrium, moments, center of gravity, distributed loads, centroids, trusses, beans, cables (mechanical eng.); basic laws, circuit analysis, Op amps, capacitors, inductors, RC and RL circuits, Laplace transform, Fourier transform, and Fourier series (Electrical eng).
Jeff Hanson Algebra, thermodynamics, solids, statics.
Josua Meyer Lectures on heat transfer by professor and departmental head of Mechanical and Aeronautical engineering at the University of Pretoria.
Darryl Morrell Instructional videos in engineering topics: signals, systems, circuit analysis, Fourier analysis, Laplace transform, and mechanics.
Simmy Sigma Vector statics, fluid mechanics, geomatics, structural analysis, and hydrology.
Engineer Clearly Chemical engineering, statics, mass transfer and separation, some videos in biology and probability.
LearnMechE From the faculty of the University of Colorado - Boulder. Engineering computing (statistics, numerical analysis), fluid mechanics, heat transfer, thermodynamics.
LearnChemE From the faculty of the University of Colorado - Boulder. Engineering computing (statistics, numerical analysis), fluid mechanics, kinetics/reactor design, thermodynamics, material and energy balances.
Randall Manteufel Videos in engineering statics, thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer.
Ron Hugo Mechanical engineering, thermodynamics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics.
Practical Engineering Demonstrations in engineering: soil mechanics, hydraulics, civil engineering, mechanical engineering, power grids, etc.
Brett Tallman Professional engineer. Videos in engineering dynamics, statics, mechanics; and videos in quantum mechanics.
Structurefree Statics, mechanics, dynamics; structural engineering.
Steven Brunton Fourier analysis, engineering mathematics, fluid dynamics, dynamical systems, scientific computing, singular value decomposition, Laplace transforms.
Scott Ramsay Solids, material science; structure of matter, crystalline structure.
RE-Lecture Materials science, statics, kinetics, vibrations.
katkimshow Power electronics, control, photovoltaics, electrical engineering.
Rick Hill System dynamics, control, mechanics.
John Rossiter Videos on modeling, analysis, and control.
Brian Douglas Control systems
Gordon Parker Mechanical engineering; modeling, dynamics, control, Laplace transforms, control.
Benjamin Drew Dynamics, control
The Engineering Mindset "The Engineering Mindset was started in 2015 by its founder, Paul Evans. The mission was to help students, engineers and like-minded people learn technical engineering topics through short, simplified tutorials. Our goal is to be the number one resource and online learning tool for all aspects of engineering. We minimise technical jargon while using detailed illustrations and animations to help convey the essentials of each subject with on-demand, internet based, education."


Website Description
Michel van Biezen Videos on atoms, ions, thermochemistry, acids and bases, Lewis Structures, solutions, and organic chemistry. Videos also on topics in physics, math, astronomy, and engineering.
Peter Cavnar Videos in cell biology and biochemistry by professor of biology at the University of West Florida.
Kevin Ahern The complete set of lectures from Kevin Ahern's biochemistry courses and workshops at Oregon State University.
AK Lectures Biochemistry, proteins, membranes, pathways, metabolism, cell biology. Some videos in physics.
Fundamentals of Biochemistry Videos on topics of biochemistry. Translation, protein folding, proteins, DNA, RNA, cycles, metabolics, etc.
ChemistNate Videos in high school and university chemistry. Organic chemistry, equilibrium, gases, structures, kinetics, reactions, titration, electrochemistry
Broad Institute Speeches on genetics, biochemistry from Eric Lander's Institute
Leah4sci Videos on organic chemistry: concepts and mechanisms.
The Organic Chemistry Tutor Structures, bonds, charges, VSEPR Theory, bond theory, atomic orbitals, acids and bases, nomenclature, compounds, projects, stereochemistry, etc.
Tyler DeWitt AP, IB, college-level chemistry help. Main topics: Significant Figures, Scientific Notation, Density, Stoichiometry, Nuclear Chemistry, VSEPR Theory, Atomic Structure, Covalent and Ionic Bonding, Thermochemistry, and Gases
Frank Wong Organic chemistry topics; nomenclature, orbitals, resonance, reactions, etc.
Moof University Biochemistry; cycles, trends, configurations, compounds and bonding basics, general biochemistry topics, glycolysis and fermentation, lipoproteins, advanced biochemistry / medical biochemistry for medical students.

Biology and Medicine

Website Description
Demystifying Medicine A variety of educational videos on medicine and related topics.
Professor Dave Explains Easy and simple explanations of topics in biochemistry, general biology, anatomy and physiology, and biopsychology.
PHRM203 Videos and lectures in general pharmacology. Basic cell functions, cellular physics, endocrinology, neurotransmission, drug effects, etc.
Professor Fink Videos and lectures in pharmacology, human physiology and anatomy, hematology
Future Doc House Medical lectures, microbiology, immunology, infectious disease
Health Ed Solutions / Andrew Wolff Pathophysiology, nervous system, physiology, acute care
Ken Stedman Virology, molecular biology.
Nikolay's Genetics Lessons Genetics from beginner to intermediate and advanced topics; bioinformatics, immunology.
Craig Savage AP Biology, general biology: genetics, evolution, ecology, DNA and protein synthesis, cells, photosynthesis, etc.
Armando Hasudungan Videos in medicine: dermatology, pathophysiology, anatomy, hematology, neurology, cardiology, microbiology, etc. Very good drawings and diagrams.
Handwritten Tutorials Videos with drawings of medical topics: cellular respiration, spinal pathways, renal anatomy, hematology, pharmacokinetics.
Dr. Najeeb Lectures Lectures on medicine and related topics.
Dr. Been Medical Lectures Lectures on medicine and related topics.
iBiology Techniques Topics on techniques in advanced biological research: synthetic biology, cytometry, microscopy
Vincent Racaniello Videos and lectures in topics of virology and microbiology.

General Science and Technology

Website Description
Nottingham Science General videos in chemistry, physics, university education; behind the scenes of Periodic Videos.
Periodic Videos Topics in chemistry.
Numberphile Videos about numbers, number theory in mathematics
Computerphile Videos on computation and computer science topics
DeepSkyVideos Astronomy and interesting celestial objects.
Sixty Symbols Astronomy, astrophysics, physics.
FavScientist Videos on favorite scientists.
BackstageScience Lab explorations and behind-the-science of the "UK's most amazing science facilities."
Technology Connections In-depth video explorations and explanations of topics in technology; "Brown; color is weird", "Fans; High is next to Off on purpose", "How to design an actually good toaster with lessons from the 1940's", "Chest Freezers; What they tell us about designing for X".
Bruce Yeany Practical and applied science, and demonstrations.
Physics Girl Physics, astrophysics
engineerguy Clear, concise videos on engineering and engineered stuff.
Justin "Sci Higg" Higgins Environmental science, astronomy, physical science, and the basics of science; at the high school level.
FreeScienceLessons GCSE Science, A Level science videos; biology, chemistry, physics.
Dusty Porter / Think Tutorial Technology tutorials from Windows 10 to "How to setup your Gmail account"
AsapSCIENCE General science education.
Applied Science "Subscribe to see interesting applications of science and technology. You'll see how an electron microscope was built in a home shop, how an X-ray backscatter system works, how to make aerogel, and many other hi-tech projects. Topics usually include electromechanical systems, chemistry, and electronics. Hosted by Ben Krasnow."
The Science Asylum At the Science Asylum, we present anything related to science from the point of view of Nick Lucid... a physicist already driven a little crazy by science.
Math and Science Videos on algebra, calculus, physics, chemistry, statistics, and engineering.

Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences

Website Description
Gregory B. Sadler Ancient philosophy, contemporary philosophy, core concepts, religion, ethics, lectures in philosophy, modern philosophy. Over 1,000 videos on philosophy, philosophers, and related topics. See also his Practical Rationality publication on Medium, his ReasonIO company, and his Teachable courses.
Mark Thorsby Contemporary philosophy, Nicomachean Ethics, Formal Logic, Ethics, History of Modern and Ancient Philosophy, Phenomenology, Critical Thinking, Social and Political Philosophy
Daniel Bonevac Philosophical concepts, history of Christian philosophy, business ethics, intro to philosophy, organizational ethics, Analytical philosophy, ideas of the 20th Century. Professor of Philosophy at the University of Texas in Austin.
Christopher Anadale Nietzsche, Nicomachean ethics, Plato, writing and reading philosophy, Kant, Christian philosophy, St. Thomas Aquinas.
Eric Dodson Topics in philosophy, psychology, existentialism, comedy, phenomenology. He has lectures on existential psychology, human science, and humanistic psychology
Mark Felton Historical documentaries in military history and the Cold War.
Drachinifel Naval history, with in-depth videos on historical warships, battles, and more.
Economics Explained Topics in economics, country economics, virtual economics, economical topics.
wordsoftheworld "Modern language and culture experts discuss the history and use of some familiar words. Featuring academics from The University of Nottingham's School of Cultures, Languages and Area Studies."
bibledex Topics in the study of the Bible.
Baumgartner Restoration Art conservation, painting conservation; methods, theory, work.
Adam Ragusea Food history and science; criticism, recipes.
Grant Abbitt Videos on game design and game art. "The Bob Ross of Blender."

Video Essayists

Website Documentary
Sideways Music, theory, and music in movies.
Like Stories of Old Philosophical film analysis, life lessons
The Critical Drinker Media analysis, sarcasm, film criticism


Resources for media, including books, articles, videos, etc.


Website Description The Internet Archive. A non-profit library with millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. Runs the Wayback Machine, which allows you to explore more than 458 billion archived web pages.
Wikipedia The free encyclopedia, with over 6 million articles and in dozens of languages. From the Wikimedia Foundation.
Organism Earth's The Library A collection of works from some of the greatest thinkers, including Carl Sagan, Alan Watts, Ram Dass, Martin Luther King, Jr., Aldous Huxley, Terrance McKenna, and many, many more authors. Works include transcripts of lectures, and some include audio or video. An example: "The Tao of Philosophy 6: Man in Nature" by Alan Watts.
The Complete Works of Hieronymus Bosch An online catalog of the works of Hieronymus Bosch.
1Feed A media aggregator. "1Feed is your quiet place on the internet, where you can focus on the people and content you care about. "
Library of Congress "The Library of Congress is the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, newspapers, maps and manuscripts in its collections. The Library is the main research arm of the U.S. Congress and the home of the U.S. Copyright Office. The Library preserves and provides access to a rich, diverse and enduring source of knowledge to inform, inspire and engage you in your intellectual and creative endeavors. Whether you are new to the Library of Congress or an experienced researcher, we have a world-class staff ready to assist you online and in person."


Website Description
Project Gutenberg A library of over 60,000 free ebooks.
Standard Ebooks "Free and liberated ebooks, carefully produced for the true book lover." High-quality ebooks. Library includes 401 ebooks, covering many of the best and most essential books to humanity.
OpenLibrary Online library catalog, with over 20 million records, providing access to over 1.7 million scanned versions of books. Apart of the Internet Archive. Books to Borrow A collection of books that can be borrowed by registered users for two weeks at a time. Books can be read online or with Adobe Digital Editions (DRM software). Catalog includes almost 1.7 million books.
ZLibrary: Books The world's largest ebook library. 5.3 million of ebooks available for free download in almost every format. Includes many books still in copyright. A mirror of Library Genesis.
Wikisource Free library of free-content textual sources. Books include those out-of-copyright, such as Walden, or, Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau. You can download as PDF, EPUB, or MOBI. (From Wikimedia Foundation.)
Early Modern Texts Early modern philosophical texts made easier to read while maintaining the main arguments, doctrines, and lines of thought. Prepared by Jonathan Bennett, a professional scholar. Includes from Francis Bacon to Montaigne to Mary Wollstonecraft.
Calibre Ebook manager available for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Read, create, and edit ebooks.
Goodreads Largest book recommendation site. Great for finding reviews of books. Catalog has over 2.6 billion books. Owned by Amazon.
Most Recommended Books Which books have shaped the world's most successful people?
Goodbooks Book recommendations from successful people, like Bill Gates and Warrent Buffet. 8,500+ recommendations.
r/FreeEBOOKS A reddit thread with users submit free eBooks and resources to find free ebooks.
BibleHub "Bible Hub Online Parallel Bible, search and study tools including parallel texts, cross references, Treasury of Scripture, and commentaries. This site provides quick access to topical studies, interlinears, sermons, Strong's and many more resources"
Whichbook "Discover your next great read. Fancy something unusual and unpredictable? Funny or sexy? No problem. Use our unique mood and emotion search to find great books with exactly the flavour you've asked for."
Bookdark "Explore inspirational, famous and motivational books by clicking on either tags or authors." Authors include Shakespeare, Chekhov, Plato, and more.
What Should I Read Next? "Enter a book you like and the site will analyse our huge database of real readers' favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next. "
The Internet Classics Archive Read from 441 works of classical literature from 59 different authors, including Greco-Roman works (Epictetus), Chinese works (Laotse), and Persian works, all with English translations.
Books Read By "Books Read By is a catalogue in the service of a greater reading culture. Founded by Anonymous in 2020, the site explores the reading habits of inspiring people (founders, leaders, makers, and everyone in between). Each survey is an intimate look into the books that have shaped and changed them." Book search engine. "Find used books, rare books, textbooks, new and out-of-print books. Compare book prices, including shipping, from over 100,000 booksellers worldwide."
Online Library of Liberty "The OLL is a curated collection of scholarly works that engage with vital questions of liberty. Spanning the centuries from Hammurabi to Hume, and collecting material on topics from art and economics to law and political theory, the OLL provides you with a rich variety of texts to explore and consider."
Open Book Publishers "At Open Book Publishers we are changing the nature of the traditional academic book. Our books are published in hardback, paperback and ebook editions, but we also publish free online editions of every title in PDF, HTML and XML formats that can be read via our website, downloaded, reused or embedded anywhere. We are proud to say that our books are currently being accessed freely worldwide by over 20,000 readers each month. "
PhilosophersNotes TV by Brian Johnson Big ideas from the best nonfiction, including self-help and philosophy.

Articles and Journalism

Website Description Free distribution and open-access archive of over 1.7 million scholarly articles in physics, mathematics, computer science, quantitative biology, quantitative finance, statistics, electrical engineering and system science, and economics. Presented by Cornell University.
Sci-Hub Open source, pirated science articles.
ZLibrary: Articles The world's largest ebook library. 77 million of articles available for free download. A mirror of Library Genesis.
National Library of Medicine Resources and publications from medicine. Hosts the National Center for Biotechnology Information, which provides access to biomedical and genetic information.
Footnotes to Plato Articles appraising the works and legacies of the great thinkers and philosophies.
Ten Greatest Essays, Ever Lists of the ten greatest essays from Krause Essay Prize winners.
Oxford Academic Oxford University Press Academic is an the online portal for all OUP academic journals. See latest issues of journals, advanced articles, submit to journals, purchase journals, and even read free, open-access articles from journals. Subjects include: Arts and Humanities, Law, Medicine and Health, Science and Mathematics, and Social Sciences.
Zotero "Personal research assistant." Collect, organize, cite, and share research.
Google Scholar "a freely accessible web search engine that indexes the full text or metadata of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines." An online collection of textfiles from history on various topics, including Internet, magazines, science, humor, and a lot more. View the top 100 files here. There are also and
Columbia Journalism Review "CJR’s mission is to be the intellectual leader in the rapidly changing world of journalism. It is the most respected voice on press criticism, and it shapes the ideas that make media leaders and journalists smarter about their work. Through its fast-turn analysis and deep reporting, CJR is an essential venue not just for journalists, but also for the thousands of professionals in communications, technology, academia, and other fields reliant on solid media industry knowledge."
Bklyner Bklyner is Brooklyn’s largest local news site. Our roots are in community reporting, and we care about the communities we cover. We strive to cover the diversity of the Brooklyn neighborhoods and the news, issues, events, and businesses that matter to their residents.
Quanta Magazine "Illuminating basic science and math research through public service journalism. ... Quanta Magazine is an editorially independent online publication launched by the Simons Foundation to enhance public understanding of science. Why Quanta? Albert Einstein called photons “quanta of light.” Our goal is to “illuminate science.”"
Legible News "Legible News was built in 2018 to deal with the shortcomings of US-based news organizations. Why do news websites not link directly to source materials? Why do they insist on loading extraneous images, videos, pop-ups, advertisements, and other crazy stuff that gets in the way of reading the news? Is everything really breaking coverage?" Their approach is "educational, fast, non-addictive, boring, and private."

Music and Audio

Website Descriptions
Listen Notes The best podcast search engine. Features over 1.5 million podcasts. Subscribe to podcasts, download them, and even embed them in websites, and more. An API is available for developers.
LibriVox Free public domain audiobooks
Audacity Free, open-source cross-platform software for editing and recording audio.
foobar2000 Advanced freeware audio player for Windows.
Audio Router Routes audio from programs to different audio devices. Similar to CheVolume, but free.
Reaper Digital audio workstation - a complete production application, offering full multitrack audio and MIDI recording, editing, processing, mixing, and mastering toolset. Supports a range of hardwork, digital formats and plugins, and can be extended, scripted, and modified. (Free)
LMMS Free, cross-platform tool for making music. Includes ready-to-use content. Available on Linux, Windows, and Mac.
Music Player Daemon Flexible, powerful, server-side application for playing music. Libraries and plugins can extend it. Can work over networks.
Mopidy An extensive music server written in Python. Play music from local disk, Spotify, Soundcloud, and more. Edit playlists from phones, tablets, or any computer.
Musescore Create, play, and print beautiful sheet music. Professional music notation software, completely free, easy-to-use, powerful, open-souce, accepts input from MIDI keyboards, and can transfer to other problems. Supports a variety of instruments. Available on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
VLC Media Player Free, open-source, cross-platform multimedia player and framework.
Live Music Archive From Over 200,000 recordings of live music available for free.
Shazam "A mobile app that recognizes music and TV." App will identify music that is playing around you. What song is this? Find out now!
New Books Network The New Books Network is a consortium of author-interview podcast channels dedicated to raising the level of public discourse by introducing scholars and other serious writers to a wide public via new media. Covering 90+ subjects, disciplines, and genres, we publish 55 episodes every week and serve a large, worldwide audience
Musopen "Founded in 2012, Musopen is a 501(c) 3 non-profit based out of San Francisco, CA. We work to increase access to music education by providing free music recordings, sheet music, apps, and educational materials." Buy audiobooks from your local bookstores. $15 per month subscription, for one audiobook credit. Essential Audible but without Amazon.
808303 Studio " is a new online music creation platform created by Yuri Suzuki, the Design Museum and Roland, which features Roland’s innovative Step Sequencer technique, as well as emulating the sound of the original TR-808 drum machine and TB-303 bass synthesizer. It is a professional sounding online musical interface, which records your masterpieces and allows you to share your creations through social media, messaging and also as a download."


Website Description
Explore Live cams of animals, landscapes, and more. Also have over 250 original films, and 30,000 photographs from around the world.
DocumentaryHeaven An online catalog of documentaries for dozens of categories from war to philosophy to history.
VLC Media Player Free, open-source, cross-platform multimedia player and framework.
Handbrake Open source video transcoder. Convert videos from nearly any format to a select of modern, widely supported codecs.
DaVinci Resolve Professional video editing software that supports 8K editing, color correction, visual effects, and audio post production, and more. Available on Mac, Windows, and Linux. (Free.)
OBS Studio Streaming and recording software for free. Available on Windows, Mac, and Linux.
Plex TV Stream TV shows and movies on Plex, for free.
Documentary Mania A large catalog of documentaries covering various of topics, from art to science.
Does The Dog Die "Crowdsourced emotional spoilers for movies, TV, books, and more." Avoid emotional triggers and other unsettling content without spoiling the stories.


Website Description
Space Engine "A realistic virtual Universe," travel between stars and systems, land on objects, real celestial objects like our solar system, manipulate physics, and explore a procedural generated universe based on "real scientific knowledge."
lichess Learn and play chess, watch others play, interact in a chess community, analyze games, and more.
Steam Platform for buying, playing, discussing, and creating video games.
Unity Unity’s real-time 3D development platform lets artists, designers and developers work together to create amazing immersive and interactive experiences. (Available for Windows, Mac, and Linux.)
Godot Free, open-source, and MIT Licensed game engine. "Godot provides a huge set of common tools, so you can just focus on making your game without reinventing the wheel."
Kinguin " is a platform that provides sellers and buyers from all around the world with the possibility to trade digital game keys and in-game items at a fair price with no hassle through an innovative platform."
BlueMaxima's Flashpoint "BlueMaxima's Flashpoint is a webgame preservation project. Internet history and culture is important, and content made on web platforms including, but not limited to Adobe Flash, make up a significant portion of that culture. This project is dedicated to preserving as many experiences from these platforms as possible, so that they aren't lost to time. Since early 2018, Flashpoint has saved more than 90,000 games and 10,000 animations running on 33 different platforms."
AI Dungeon "Play and create adventures with infinite possibilities, brought to life with one of the most advanced AIs in the world..."

Encyclopedias and Related

Website Description
Wikipedia The free encyclopedia, with over 6 million articles (on English edition) and in dozens of languages. From the Wikimedia Foundation.
Commons A collection of over 63 million freely usable media files. Images, sounds, videos.
Wikivoyage Free travel guides.
Wiktionary Free dictionary. Over 6.3 million English definitions, and support for other languages including German, Spanish, French, and more.
Wikinews Free news source from every region of the world, even Antarctica!
Wikiquote Free collection of quotes, with over 37,000 articles in the English edition.
Wikisource Free library of free-content textual sources. Books include those out-of-copyright, such as Walden, or, Life in the Woods by Henry David Thoreau. You can download as PDF, EPUB, or MOBI.
MediaWiki Collaboration and documentation platform that helps you to collect and manage knowledge. Community driven.
Wikispecies Free species directory, with over 700,000 articles.
Wikibooks Open-content textbooks collection, with over 3,000 books and 87,000 pages in the English edition. Subjects include computing, math, humanities, science, and more.
Wikiversity Free learning resources, projects, and research for all levels, types, and styles of education from pre-school to university, including professional training and informal learning. English edition includes over 27,000 resources. Subjects includes arts, humanities, mathematics, medicine, science, social sciences, technology, and more.
Wikidata Free and open knowledge base, acting as central storage for structured data of its Wikimedia sisters. The base includes over 88 million data items.
Wikiart Visual art encyclopedia. Features over 250,000 artworks by 3,000 artists in 8 languages.
Artcyclopedia Art encyclopedia. Over 9,000 artists listed. 2,900 art sites indexed. 160,000 links.
Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (SEP.) Well-maintained and rigorous reference for philosophy, with over 1600 entries, from Stanford University.
Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP.) Open access to detailed, peer-reviewed information on key topics and philosophers in all areas of philoosphy. By the University of Tennessee-Martin.
Oxford Bibliographies "Developed cooperatively with scholars and librarians worldwide, Oxford Bibliographies offers exclusive, authoritative research guides. Combining the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia, this cutting-edge resource directs researchers to the best available scholarship across a wide variety of subjects."
1000-Word Philosophy "Welcome to 1000-Word Philosophy: An Introductory Anthology, an ever-growing set of original 1000-word essays on philosophical questions, figures, and arguments. ... Some of our most popular essays are in the categories of Ethics, Epistemology or Theory of Knowledge, Metaphysics, Philosophy of Religion, and Philosophy of Race and Philosophy of Sex and Gender and we have many other essay categories listed below. New to philosophy? See our essay on Philosophy itself! "
PhilPapers "PhilPapers is a comprehensive index and bibliography of philosophy maintained by the community of philosophers. We monitor all sources of research content in philosophy, including journals, books, open access archives, and personal pages maintained by academics. We also host the largest open access archive in philosophy. Our index currently contains 2,580,452 entries categorized in 5,675 categories. PhilPapers has over 280,000 registered users. "

Photography, Digital Arts, and Modeling

Website Description
Unsplash Free images. "Over 1 million free high-resolution images brought to you by the word's most generous community of photographers."
Pexels Free stock photos and videos, by talented creators.
Pixabay Over 1.8 million free stock image and video, for free.
Krita Professional and open source painting program; made by artists who want affordable tools over everyone. Available for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Gimp "GNU Image Manipulation Program." The free and open source image editor. Available for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Paint.NET Image and photo editing software for Windows. Active and growing community who provide tutorials, help, and plugins. Comparable to GIMP but not available for top OS.
Fusion 360 Integrated CAD, CAM, and CAE software. 3D design and modeling software. Available on Windows and Mac, and is from Autodesk.
Inkscape Powerful and flexible vector illustration software. Available for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
Draftsight Free 2D and 3D design software, with capabilities for modeling, prototyping, and more. Available for Windows and macOS. Create diagrams anywhere for anyone, right in the browser or on desktop. Open source and free. No registration required.
OpenSCAD Free 3D CAD modeling software, available for Linux, Windows, and macOS.
Darktable "darktable is an open source photography workflow application and raw developer. A virtual lighttable and darkroom for photographers. It manages your digital negatives in a database, lets you view them through a zoomable lighttable and enables you to develop raw images and enhance them." Available for Linux, Windows, and Mac. (Free.)
IrfanView Fast and compact imagine viewer for Windows.
Synfig Open-source 2D animation software, for Linux, Windows, and macOS. Features include vector tweening, layers and filters, bones, and advanced controls.
Self Publish, Be Happy "Self Publish, Be Happy is an organization dedicated to shaping contemporary photography and visual culture through publishing, online and offline events, and education programmes."

Documents and Writing

Website Description
Typora A minimal markdown editor. Distractions free, seamless live preview, WYSIWYM. Support for images, headers, lists, tables, code fences, mathematics, diagrams, inline styles and more. Accessible and customizable. Available for macOS, Windows, and Linux. (Free, and was used to make this list!)
LibreOffice Free and powerful office suite, with a clean interface and feature-rich tools. Word processor, spreadsheets, presentations, diagrams, databases, formula editor, charts, and more.
Zotero "Personal research assistant." Collect, organize, cite, and share research.
Google Apps Suite Free, cloud software accessed in the browser. A suite featuring word processor, spreadsheets, presentations, diagrams, and more. Made by Google.
Zoho Cloud software accessible in the browser. Apps for sales and market, email and collaboration, including document apps, finance, IT and help desk.
LaTeX A document preparation system. High-quality typesetting, including features for the production of technical and scientific documentation.
Obsidian "A second brain, for you, forever. Obsidian is a powerful knowledge base that works on top of a local folder of plain text Markdown files." Make and follow connections between files, and view graphs of it. Plugins available. Available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. (Similar to Roam, but without the cost.)
Notion All-in-one workspace, with collaboration features and more. Create custom databases, journal systems, web pages, and more. Available in-browser, or on Mac and Windows. Free for personal use, with a generous offer.
Web of Science An index of science researchers, offices, libraries, publishers, journals, and more. Requires sign-up and institutional licensing. "The world’s largest publisher-neutral citation index and research intelligence platform."
Cite This For Me Citation tool, from Chegg. Support for Harvard, APA, MLA, and more citation forms.
Overleaf "LaTeX, evovled. "The easy to use, online, collaborative LaTeX editor. Overleaf is used by over six million students and academics at 3,600 institutions worldwide." Free for personal, individual use
Grammarly Advanced grammar and spell check using an "AI-powered writing assistant," by Browser extension or their document editor.
Hemingway Editor A simple writing app to make your "writing bold and clear." It highlights and tracks adverbs, passive voice use, complex phrases, and hard-to-read sentences. " helps you create a blog, journal, or news­letter that readers will love to read. Create a home for your words, then fill it with writing — by yourself or with a team." Free tier available. Premium plans start at $6 per month, billed yearly.
PDF Shelter PDF tools, for free and without limits. Processed in the browser for privacy.
Dillinger Online Markdown editor. "Dillinger is a cloud-enabled, mobile-ready, offline-storage compatible, AngularJS-powered HTML5 Markdown editor."
Keynotopia "Keynotopia is the largest collection of UI kits for designing mockups, wireframes, and interactive app prototypes in 30 minutes or less, using Apple Keynote, Microsoft PowerPoint or Google Slides."
Ghostwriter Free, open-source, distraction-free Markdown editor with live HTML preview and other features.
Cryptee "Cryptee is a private & encrypted place to write personal documents, notes or journals, and store your photos & other files. We can't read your documents or see your photos, and no one else can either. Made in Europe, for your privacy, security & peace of mind. "
Zettelkasten Free, open-source, cross-platform software for writing, using, and storing notes using the principles of Niklas Luhmann's Zettlekasten method.
Markdown Cheatsheet "This is intended as a quick reference and showcase. For more complete info, see John Gruber's original spec and the Github-flavored Markdown info page." By Adam Pritchard.
Outline "Outline is a free service for reading and annotating news articles. We remove the clutter so you can analyze and comment on the content. In today’s climate of widespread misinformation, Outline empowers readers to verify the facts." See an example.

Life, Health, and Related

Resources for life: finding jobs and services, eating well, filing taxes, location, etc.

Health and Wellness

Website Description
7Cups Free emotional support. "Grow at Your Own Pace. Explore self help guides & growth paths for proven tips and advice on how to feel better. Free 24/7 Chat. Be heard by volunteer listeners and chat with others who understand in support chat rooms" Free videos on more than 2,000 health and nutrition topics, presenting the latest research in nutrition and health. Presented by Michael Greger, M.D. FACLM, the author of How Not to Die and How Not to Diet.
Self-rescue technique for choking victims (Video) A technique for a victim to rescue themselves when they are choking and no one is available to help them. (Not the Heimlich maneuver / abdominal thrusts). Provided by a firefighter/paramedic and instructor of Advanced and Basic life support. Direct link to the maneuver.
UCLA MARC Meditatons Free, guided mediations from UCLA's Mindful Awareness Research Center (MARC). 107 minutes of mediations, with transcripts. Eight English and 4 Spanish meditations.


Website Description
Love Food / Hate Waste "Love Food Hate Waste aims to raise awareness of the need to reduce food waste and help us take action. It shows that by doing some easy practical everyday things in the home we can all waste less food, which will ultimately benefit our purses and the environment too." They have a very useful guide to food storage.
Copy Me That Recipe manager, recipe clipper, meal planning tools.
No Bullshit Recipes "Recipes... without the life story." A catalog of recipes and nothing else (no life stories about how this brownie changed their life, or whatever).
Rekki REKKI is a company making tools to improve the ordering process between restaurants and their suppliers. We have an ordering app for restaurants and a web-based customer management tool for suppliers. Find out more about who we are on our about page.
The Essential Suppler Guide Welcome to THE essential guide that every chef and restaurateur needs to read before considering a new supplier. This will give you the tools you need to discover what matters most for your business so you can go out and source from the best suppliers for you. Whether you are thinking about opening your own food business, or you are already up and running, having good suppliers is crucial to your success. A bad supplier can damage your ability to serve your customers. But to know what a good supplier looks like for your business, you have to understand what you actually need first.
Based cooking Recipes, without ads, tracking, obnoxious design, and life stories. A large collection of recipes.
Budget Bytes Recipes, cooking and baking, on a budget.
r/EatCheapAndHealthy A reddit community for eating cheap and heathy.
Dotnom Very simple ingredient-to-recipe search engine.
Food Wishes Video recipes by Chef John.

Play and Entertainment

Website Description
99% Invisible (Podcast) "99% Invisible is a sound rich, narrative podcast hosted by Roman Mars about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world."
Astonishing Legends (Podcast) "The world is more mysterious than most people are comfortable imagining. We cross paths with the mystical from time to time and may not even notice it. If we do, we quickly return to our usually mundane daily existence. But what if we not only acknowledged the unknown, we investigated it and spoke with those in the know? That’s what co-hosts Scott & Forrest, and their producer Tess Pfeifle do at Astonishing Legends."
History of Philosophy Without Any Gaps (Podcast) It's a podcast on the history of philosophy, from Classical Greek to the Reformation, and eventually to modern times. They over all notable and important philosophers and philosophies of their time. They also include series on Islamic and Africana philosophy. "A place to find ideas of things to learn, make & do while self-isolating." "An audio-visual instrument. ... Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit. With the touch of a finger create melodies charged with moving shapes. Warning: contains flashing images." "A homepage for listening to noncommercial news, culture, and arts [radio]." Internet radio.
Mirror A platform for writers. "Mirror is the next big change in the long history of symbolic communication. Through a decentralized, user-owned, crypto-based network, Mirror’s publishing platform revolutionizes the way we express, share and monetize our thoughts."
Designing Disney "We bring the wonder of a Disney vacation into your home or office by giving you insight in how Disney Parks and Resorts are designed, constructed and operated. Select your favorite Disney destination and start exploring our immense collection of articles."
New O'Clock "Slightly out of the ordinary" facts and history.
thinkspot "thinkspot is a collaborative community where individuals can explore and exchange ideas in a thoughtful and respectful manner. The platform is an intellectual and creative playground for meaningful discourse." Sign up required.


Website Description
Campendium Find awesome campgrounds and other places to camp.
Skiplagged Find the best rates on flights and hotels. "Our flights are so cheap, United sued us... but we won." "Find flights the airlines don’t want you to see. We’re exposing loopholes in airfare pricing to save you money."
What3Words Gave every 3m square in the world a unique, 3-word address to provide highly-accurate locations. Provide locations to exact places, like entrances to buildings and more.


Website Description
Running Warehouse "Running Warehouse was founded in 2005 by a small group of experienced runners whose sole goal was to bring the best possible shopping experience to all running enthusiasts regardless of how they chose to visit us. The philosophy implemented at Running Warehouse was to establish all customers as priority and treat them as friends, both online and in the store." "Straight to the point buying recommendations. We purchase our own products and put them under the same test bench, so that you can compare the results easily. No cherry-picked units sent by brands. No ads. Only real tests."
Sendico "Buy from Japan. Sendico is a fast, reliable and easy to use auction and shopping proxy service. Herein, you can buy products from most popular Japanese online stores and Japan auctions."
Dash Cameras Reviews and buying guides for dash cameras.
BuyOlympia "We’re the original indie retailer, selling great things from independent artists since 1999." Cards, prints, art, and more.
Product Hunt "Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations."
Flipp App Find coupons and deals for items from over 2000 retailers.
CamelCamelCamel Free Amazon price tracker, monitoring millions of products, and alerting you when prices drop. Find the best time to buy.
Craigslist Online, regional classifies. Find stuff for sale, events, services, and more. (Worldwide.)


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80,000 Hours "You have 80,000 hours in your career. How can you best use them to help solve the world’s most pressing problems? We’re a nonprofit that does research to answer this question. We provide free advice and support to help you have a greater impact with your career." They have extensive guides and resources on developing careers that make the most impact given your unique characteristics, interests, abilities, etc. Their career guide may be very valuable.
Himalayas Board for finding remote jobs. in development, sales, product management, HR, and design.
Remotive Board for finding remote jobs at remote tech and tech-related companies.
CareerExplorer by Sokanu "The world's most powerful career test," using machine learning, psychometrics, and career satisfaction data to provide the best career recommendations. Sign up required. Free tier, with a premium upgrade to access your complete results. Upgrade membership starts at $4 per month. They also provide information about careers and other career rescourses.


Website Description
Optimize with Brian Johnson Videos, book reviews, ideas, etc. on making you your best self, literally "to optimize your life."
Self-Authoring Program "The Self-Authoring Suite is a series of online writing programs that collectively help you explore your past, present and future. People who spend time writing carefully about themselves become happier, less anxious and depressed and physically healthier. They become more productive, persistent and engaged in life. This is because thinking about where you came from, who you are and where you are going helps you chart a simpler and more rewarding path through life. "

Personal Finance

Website Description
r/DebtFree A reddit community for those interested in becoming or staying debt free.
Quit Social Media Reasons why to quit social media, and resources about how to quit social media.
EveryDollar Budgeting tool from (Dave) Ramsey Solutions. Create budgets, track spending, and more.
IRS Free Tax Filing If you make $69,000 or below, you can file your taxes for free using "Free File Online Product." Those making more can file for free by filling out their forms themselves.
Mint by Intuit Manage your personal finances. Budgeting and money management tool, similar to EveryDollar. Information and guides on investing, credit cards, etc.
Nerdwallet Free resources and information on personal finance topics: loans, bank accounts, credit cards, etc.
Credit Karma "Financial products for every step of your journey: credit, cards, loans, accounts, savings, and more." Check your credit scores and more.

Tools and Apps

Website Description
Tomorrow iOS-exclusive. "Tomorrow’s mission is to help protect families by making expensive legal documents free for everyone. We believe access to the best advice shouldn’t be reserved for the privileged few, but for people just like you and me." Local weather without the bullshit.
Sleepy time A bedtime, wake-up time calculator.
Complice An app that helps you "make meaningful progress every day." Clarify goals, take action, see progress. Starts at $12 per month, or $120 per year.
FutureMe "Write a letter to the future."


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Minimal Maxims Quotes from The Minimalists, Joshua Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus.


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Dial 211 for Essential Community Services (USA-only) "In many states, dialing “211” provides individuals and families in need with a shortcut through what can be a bewildering maze of health and human service agency phone numbers. By simply dialing 211, those in need of assistance can be referred, and sometimes connected, to appropriate agencies and community organizations."
FamilySearch Free family history search.
SurviveNature "Techniques for staying alive in every natural environment": island, forest, jungle, desert, snow, and ocean environments.
Aunt Bertha Search tool for finding free and reduced cost services like medical care, food, job training, and more. (United States.)
Freecycle Find free stuff from locals near you. Pickup directly from locals. (Worldwide.)

Other Tools and Apps

Useful tools and fun apps.

Website Description
FlightRader24 "A global flight tracking service that provides real-time information about thousands of aircraft around the world. It tracks in real-time 180,000+ flights from over 1200 airlines, flying to over 4,000 airports."
Virus Total "Analyze suspicious files and URLs to detect types of maleware, and automatically share them with the security community." Send morse code messages to others. Advanced wind and weather radar app. See realtime wind speeds, precipitation, temperature, and more across the world.
10 Minute Mail Get a disposable, temporary email.
LEGO Studio "Build, render, and create instructions" of your LEGO projects and MOCs. Integrated with BrickLink. Available for Mac and Windows.
Snipping Tool Windows 10's built-in Snipping Tool provides useful features for screenshots.
Greenshot "A light-weight screenshot software tool for Windows," with various screenshot, annotations, and export features.
Discord Free communication app.
TeamViewer Remote access and visual support app. "Control, manage, monitor, and repair computers, mobile devices, network machines and more – from anywhere, anytime."
PhilosopherAI An AI that'll generate text related to a prompt, such as a topic, sentence, or question. Uses the GPT-3 language model by OpenAI.
VNC Connect "Simple and secure remote access and support" software; a "screen sharing software that lets you connect to a remote computer anywhere in the world, watch its screen in real-time, and take control as though sitting in front of it."
TeuxDeux Browser (and iOS) based to-do app with a simple-as-a-piece-of-paper approach and a nice-to-look-at design. Free trial, with a $3/mo subscription afterward.
Tweek A very simple weekly calendar app, available for free. Can sync between Google Calendar; and Tweek is available across desktop and mobile platforms. Routines and task reminders are coming soon.
Animated Knots "Animated Knots by Grog is the web’s premiere site for learning how to tie knots of any kind. From Boating Knots, Fishing Knots and Climbing Knots to tying a tie, or even Surgical Knots — we’ve got it covered."
Fsymbols A collection for emoticons, font generators, and ASCII art, and more.
Natural Readers "Natural Reader is a professional text to speech program that converts any written text into spoken words. The paid versions of Natural Reader have many more features."
Null School's Earth A 3D visualization of real-time weather phenomenon on Earth. Also includes ocean currents, temperatures, and waves, and auroras.
Tip of my Tongue "Find that word that you've been thinking about all day but just can't seem to remember."
Email Octopus Email marketing tools. Free tier includes up to 2,500 subscribers and 10,000 emails per month; paid subscription begins at $20 per month.
Down For Everyone or Just Me? Minimal website status checker.
Wiby "The Wiby search engine is building a web of pages as it was in the earlier days of the internet. In addition, Wiby helps vintage computers to continue browsing the web, as pages indexed are more suitable for their performance."
NiceTranslator A simple and easy translator.
Web Oasis "All-in-One Web Portal For Internet & Tech Enthusiasts Who Love Exploring & Learning About The Digital Underground." Website archival tool. Archive websites, accessed snapshots of archived websites.
Browse Happy "Using an outdated browser makes your computer unsafe. Browse Happy is a way for you to find out what are the latest versions of the major browsers around. You can also learn about alternative browsers that may fit you even better than the one you are currently using."
Wise Mapping Free, online mind mapping tool.
Buy Me A Coffee "Buy Me a Coffee is a simple, meaningful way to fund your creative work. Without stitching together a bunch of apps like Patreon, Mailchimp, and a donate button — you can accept support, memberships, and build a direct relationship with your fans."
Animated Knots Animated Knots by Grog is the web’s premiere site for learning how to tie knots of any kind. From Boating Knots, Fishing Knots and Climbing Knots to tying a tie, or even Surgical Knots — we’ve got it covered.
TinyLetter by Mailchimp "TinyLetter is a personal newsletter service brought to you by the people behind Mailchimp. People use it to send updates, digests, and dispatches to their fans and friends. Though they're built on the same infrastructure, TinyLetter is for people who don't need all the business features that come along with Mailchimp. Simplicity is at the heart of everything we do at TinyLetter. TinyLetter is a completely free service."
Fastmail Private, premium email with lots of nice features (custom domains, generous data storage, and more). Plans start at $3 per user per month. The standard plan is $5 per user per month, and includes 30gb of storage, calendars, 600+ alias addresses, custom domain addresses, and more.
ProtonMail Private, anonymous, encrypted email. Based in Switzerland. Free tier available, and their premium tiers start at $5 per month.