Internet Awesomeness

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  • openverse: The search engine for openly licensed media. —
  • Public Icons: A set of icons dedicated to the public domain, by David Merfield
  • iDKHOW Razzmatazz Cover: designed with HTML, CSS and JavaScript —
  • Oh Hello Ana: personal website of web designer Ana Rodrigues —
  • Huemint: Huemint uses machine learning to create unique color schemes for your brand, website or graphic —
  • @zachleat’s Twitter Archive: a webpage with Zack Leatherman’s tweets and some very basic stats. —
  • European Cultural Foundation: promoting a European sentiment through developing and supporting cultural initiatives that let us share, experience and imagine Europe. —
  • Tactical Tech: magazine about ethical technology. Beautifully designed website, with a lite version, too! —
  • Piccalilli: Andy Bell, an experienced freelance web designer and developer, based in the UK, specialising in creative web design and design systems. —
  • LURK: hosting, facilitating and archiving discussions around net- and computational culture and politics —
  • High Line: a nonprofit organization devoted to reimagining the role public spaces have in creating connected, healthy neighborhoods and cities. —
  • Europeana: access to millions of cultural heritage items from institutions across Europe. —
  • write without stopping: Try writing without stopping or editing. No backspace and with beeps if you stop. —
  • lies.exposed: A chronological tracking of lies perpetrated against humanity. —
  • Bilge: A narcoleptic yokel on software and culture. —
  • shell.how: Explain shell commands using Fig
  • Easings: a collection of easing functions for transition to choose from —
  • Boom.ink: A design studio based in Padova, Italy —
  • Anner Visser: a personal website into an Ubuntu terminal —
  • I love you, computer: empathy with a machine —
  • Inside the head: a beautiful collection of poems that becomes an experience to read. I usually despise representations of writings with bells and whistles, but in this case all of the illustrations and animations enhance the meaning of the written content, rather than disturbing it. —
  • Bruno Simon: this designer was able to transform his portfolio website in a stunningly beautiful 3D game —
  • Niccolò Miranda: personal website of a very skilled designer who managed to make it look like a newspaper. Colors and fonts are so appealing. —
  • The Whimsical Web: a webring collecting all sorts of wonderful websites —
  • Cassie Evans: personal website of a super creative and awesome web designer —
  • HAHA Academy: A crowdsourced course of study for every branch of human knowledge —
  • Cast Rewinder: it allows you to subscribe to a podcast from the beginning —
  • Rename Lemons: Lemons should be named yellows! —
  • sleepy.bike: a platform for bicycle touring community where members own their data (Solid) and which is connected to the broader hospex community of Open Hospitality Network (ActivityPub) —
  • Open Hospitality Network: a protocol to connect different hospitality exchange platforms to unify the community while enabling greater diversity and long term sustainability of all together. —
  • Formation: A shell script to set up a macOS machine for design and development. —
  • The Framework Project: Interviews about tech to great people, displayed in a nifty website —
  • Feelings wheel: every shade of feeling, in a wheel. —
  • emotional.codes: a collection of tools by Wesley Aptekar-Cassels, useful for processing emotions and having interpersonal interactions. —
  • Firefox Profilemaker: Create the Firefox profilw which suits you the best —
  • FilePizza: Peer-to-peer in-browser file sharing —
  • Mailtape: weekly newsletter promoting emerging artists —
  • : procedurally generated fish drawings —
  • Code Guide: Standards for developing consistent, flexible, and sustainable HTML and CSS. —
  • Panther: to discover new music through an infinite suggestion graph —
  • Josh Comeau: a wonderfully coded personal website, full of nifty little touches —
  • CSS triangle generator: to create triangles in CSS —
  • Whitebophir: a very basic collaborative online whiteboard. —
  • My Mind: online mind mapping service —
  • Biblioteca Possibile: a Twitter and Mastodon bot which generates fake Adelphi books every 10 minutes —
  • radio.garden: listen to live radio stations around the globe —
  • Kinopio: —
  • Darius Kazemi’s Projects: —
  • Playbit: —
  • Diskuti: —
  • LobreOps: —
  • Prose: —
  • Markdown editor: —
  • Zenpen: —
  • Cursor: —
  • px to em: —
  • JustDeleteMe: —
  • JustGetMyData: —
  • DevHints: —
  • Dillinger: —
  • oTranscribe: —
  • Jawann Denn: —
  • Concentrics: —
  • Engineering Toolbox: —
  • WriteUp: —
  • Brand Palettes: —
  • Andrew Pairman: —
  • The Restart Project: —
  • That’s the finger: —
  • Le note di Azazel: —
  • Andy Matuschak: —
  • Andy’s working notes: —
  • Mersenne: —
  • Wikiwand: —
  • Federated Wiki: —
  • Polititweet: —
  • Joel Hooks: —
  • Gwern: —
  • Maggie Appleton: —
  • HTML Energy: —
  • Board: an interactive board —
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  • Webapp Tools: —
  • 1 Point: URL shortener —
  • Unavatar: —
  • Excalidraw: drawing freely —
  • Litewrite: —
  • 0data: —
  • Find internet4000: —
  • Infinite Gnossiennes: —
  • Pussthecat: hosted open source services —
  • LearnAnything: —
  • ss64: command line reference —
  • Blank Website: —
  • Webjeda: —
  • Color mixer: —
  • Lunar Explosion: —
  • Bernie sits: —
  • Nikita Voloboev’s Wiki: —
  • Darius Kazemi: —
  • Person: —
  • The Reboot: —
  • Create Habit: —
  • xiffy: —
  • Bookwyrm: an open source, decentralized, and federated GoodReads alternative —
  • The Search Engine Map: —
  • The Internet Map: —
  • NeverSSL: —
  • Good Old Web: —
  • The Indie Web: —
  • Mondrian and me: —
  • The Zen Zone: —
  • Binary Music Player: —
  • Minimal IP address finder: —
  • Can’t Not Tweet This: —
  • The Useless Web: —
  • The 512KB Club: —
  • The 1MB Club: —
  • The 250KB Club: —
  • NoJS Club: —
  • Jam: —
  • Bearblog: —
  • JustSketchMe: —
  • magic.do: —
  • Frugal Web Browser: concept of a web browser focused on privacy and performance —
  • NixNet Services: —
  • Andala: A drawing web app for symmetric designs —
  • Treasure Map: unknown places around the world —
  • 10 fast fingers: check typing speed —
  • Keybr: improve typing speed —
  • Laurent Raufaste: —
  • Gradient Avatar: —
  • Online Life Calendar: —
  • Brand Colors: —
  • Tint & shade generator: generate shades of a given color —
  • Expolibre: —
  • Wizard Zines: Learn Computer Science basic concepts through wonderful zines —
  • Fedidb: a database which keeps count of federated social networks’ instances —
  • Big Tech Detective: a browser extension which highlights which big tech companies visited websites use —
  • clickclickclick.click: a little online game based on user tracking —
  • Hemingway: a tool to check repetitions and language use in a pasted text —
  • Scratch: an interactive JavaScript scratchpad —
  • drumbit: an online drum machine —
  • Vestigory: a self-tracking app built with Shortcuts —
  • commandlinefu: is the place to record those command-line gems that you return to again and again —
  • LibreTranslate: an open API for translating, with a web client for occasional personal use —
  • Up1: upload files encrypted by the client —
  • Himico Cloud Services: a great guy providing the main open source services out there for free, hosted by him —
  • Have I been Facebooked?: a tool to understand if Facebook has your phone number —
  • Input: create custom fonts for code —
  • Nikita Prokopov’s blog: a wonderful yellow personal website —
  • Fabio Barbero’s interactive CV: my friend Fabio made this funny interactive CV —
  • Maya: —
  • wordways: poetry —
  • ResultMaps: several kinds of maps, based on OpenStreetMap —
  • Lektor: interesting static site generator —
  • Jacob Hall’s WebRing: —
  • homebrewserver.club: self hosting from home —
  • Cittadino Medio: buone abitudini online che il cittadino medio non persegue —
  • Bill My Pocket: List of subscriptions that are globally budget friendly, thanks to regional pricing. —
  • Ad Block Test: test how many trackers your browser blocks —
  • Mastodon instances: choose the Mastodon instance that most suits you —
  • unDraw: wonderful open source illustrations —
  • The Federation: information and statistics about the whole Fediverse —
  • LanguageTool: check grammar —
  • Open Foundry: A free platform for curated open-source typefaces; to highlight their beauty, activate ideas and encourage exploration. —
  • No Text News: The news without the words —
  • Kill the Newsletter: convert Newsletter to Atom feeds —
  • Hundredrabbits: A story of two people living on a sailboat. Insightful, resourceful, inspiring, smart and awesome. —
  • Ted Hunt: A beautifully designed website with some really good and curious entries. —
  • Crontab Guru: super useful tool to check crontabs structure and syntax —
  • Image Atlas: a search engine proxy created by Aaron Swartz in order to show different results based on location —
  • theinfo.org: large dataset of knowledge —
  • Cover Your Tracks: test browser ads, tracking, and fingerprinting protection —
  • Federated Networks Association: a non-profit volunteer organization that aims to spread knowledge about federated web projects and help people and projects involved in this area —
  • Tokimeki Unfollow: to unfollow accounts on Twitter —
  • Mastodon instances near me: a map of local mastodon instances —
  • Halycon: an online Mastodon client which makes it identical to Twitter —
  • fediverse.space: a net displaying Fediverse instances —
  • The Wittgenstein Project: an open collection of Wittgenstein’s writings —
  • Mind Mirror: a terrific game to play with your mind, literally mindblowing. —
  • The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows: there are not enough words in the world, let’s make some up —
  • Radicle: a peer-to-peer stack for building software together. —
  • Inner Circles: nice website I do not really understand the purpose of. —
  • Dokieli: a(n awesome) clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions. —
  • CSS Shadow Palette Generator: generating great shadow palettes to parse in CSS —
  • Hotline Webring: —
  • Scribe: a Medium alternative front-end —
  • Slow Ways: an initiative to create a national network of walking routes connecting all of Great Britain’s towns and cities as well as thousands of villages. —
  • Astral: a service to organize and manage starred GitHub repositories —
  • Cosmic Voyage: a tilde community based around a collaborative science-fiction universe. Users write stories as the people aboard ships, colonies, and outposts, using the only remaining free, interconnected network that unites the dispersed peoples of the stars. —
  • Isaac Clayton: personal website —
  • Thomas Orus: Nice and comfy personal website of a French web designer —
  • Wheaton’s Law: don’t be a dick —
  • the lands I’ve walked upon: a list of lands walked upon by a person —

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