Last edited: 2022.03.10
StumbleUpon may be no longer, but the average online-first person still encounters dozens of random, funny, interesting and useful links on a daily basis. Starting August 2021, I’m collecting the ones that may be of interest to my fellow internet user. I will divide them into categories later. For articles and did-you-knows, check out TIL in 2021.
News reporting comparison between the advents of the Second World War and the Russian-Ukranian war. Spoiler: eerily similar.
Awesome list of open-source startup alternatives to established SaaS products.
This project offers the ability to create and share playable quotes of Game Boy games.
Crowdsourcing marketplace that makes it easier for individuals and businesses to outsource their (micro-)processes and (micro-)jobs to a distributed workforce who can perform these tasks virtually.
Python script that lets you loop .mp3 files seamlessly, forever, based on a loop point determined automatically.
The Pi-hole is a DNS sinkhole that protects your devices from unwanted content, without installing any client-side software.
Baubauhaus is here to feed your daily need of design, illustration, photography, fashion and of all else art-related
Occlusion Grotesque is an experimental typeface that is carved into the bark of a tree. As the tree grows, it deforms the letters and outputs new design variations, that are captured annually
Interactive and well-designed tutorial by the Ableton team on the different components of sound synthesis.