A collection of cool links

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.

Solve a murder in a near future world by diving into the Wikipedia of that world.

Your daily dose of the most godlike website design inspiration.

A cool logical fallacy lookup tool.

Python script that lets you loop .mp3 files seamlessly, forever, based on a loop point determined automatically.

Step by step guides and paths to learn different tools or technologies.

Professional-grade JavaScript animation for the modern web.

Open source home automation that puts local control and privacy first.

Meet the new AI that knows you better than you know yourself.

A collection of Moai statue appearances in video games.

The Pi-hole is a DNS sinkhole that protects your devices from unwanted contentโ€‹, without installing any client-side software.

Humorous anecdotes of users creatively misusing computers.

An open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in __nix systems or through your browser.

Fast text-based video editing.

A knowledge base that works on local Markdown files.

A collection of best practices that designers can consider when building user interfaces.

Baubauhaus is here to feed your daily need of design, illustration, photography, fashion and of all else art-related

Open source video editor (that can match Premiere Pro for the amateur user).

Google Drive folder with hours of morphing images.

In the first of a new series of video essays with SONOS, Alva Noto, Ivan Smagghe, Kelly Lee Owens, Max Richter and Michael Mayer tell us how film inspires their work.

Step by step guide to becoming a web developer.

Code-based music creation and performance tool.

A collection of bad practices in HTML, copied from real websites.

WYSIWYG blob maker that merely focuses on the CSS border-radius value.