Last night on Clubhouse, a bunch of readers got together for a couple of hours and compiled a list of gems & rabbit-holes from the vast expanses of the greatest library known to humankind, i.e. the world wide web. Find them all in this post for your reading pleasure :)
The TL;DR Alphabetical Index for Easy Access
b-d --> Bakarmax || Boing Boing || #Bookssansborders || Brain Pickings || Calvin & Hobbes || Chalchitra talks || Cinema Encyclopedia || cracked.com || creepypasta || Cyanide & Happiness || Daily Om || Daily Stoic || Dark Roasted Blend || the delhi walla || digger by Ursula Vernon || Digital Trends || Discworld, and where to start || Dumbledore's Death in the Style of...
e-k --> Elephant Journal || fiftytwo.in || Filter Coffee || Finshots || F***MyLife || fuckinghomepage.com || Goya Journal || Grant Snider || h2g2.com || halfmoon milkshake || Hark! A Vagrant || Harvard Business Review || Hyperbole and a half || james clear's 3-2-1 || jl8 || the Jurni || Kat's Kable || Keeping Up With India
l-Q --> listverse || Little alchemy 2 || lunar baboon || MIT Tech Review || museum of material memory || Nathan Pyle's strange planet || nitch || noiys.com || the nook seeker || nyt cooking || the Oatmeal || Orwell Foundation || pat a tap || personality database || Piled higher and deeper || Project Bibliotherapy :P || project gutenberg || questionable content
r-z --> #ReadTheWorld2021 || r/AskReddit || r/AmITheAsshole || Regretsy (RIP) || 'the landlady' - a short story by Roald Dahl (free kindle preview) || shit you should care about || Shubha Mudgal || Sidin 'Whatay' Vadukut || sisyphus55 || Slew || Splainer (paid) || Storyseller Comics || TED Talks for lifelong readers || three weeks || Tiny Buddha || uncyclopedia || Wait but why || Wawawiwa Comics || Wired || xkcd || Zen Pencils
Before we proceed, a special thanks to my co-moderator Nandini and fellow readers Teenu, Ashesh, Sernie, Anshuman, Neha, Ekta, Madhura, Varun, Sahithi, Dhara, Mitali and everyone else who was part of this random bibliotherapy experiment on a weeknight!
(Forgive me if I'm leaving anyone out; also if any goodread has been skipped. DM me in either case)
To be notified about further experiments, feel free to join the club :)
And now presenting...
The 'Goodreads of the Internet #1' Curated Feed (Hopefully Worth Your Attention and Time) in Four Parts!
[Wherever possible, I've linked out to a specific bit (of my choice) instead of the rabbit-hole's main page. Also, I'll be using captions sparingly to keep the length of this post under control. Treat it as a substitute for your social media feed and click whatever suits your mood at the moment :)
Happy Scrolling / Exploring!]
PART I (B-D)
Calvin & Hobbes
Scary Stories and Original Horror Fiction since 2008!
Cyanide & Happiness
Dark Roasted Blend
the delhi walla
digger by Ursula Vernon
Discworld, and where to start
Dumbledore's Death in the Style of...
PART II (E-K)
Hark! A Vagrant
An archived repository of webcomics revolving around stuff such as Santa and more...
Harvard Business Review
Hyperbole and a half
james clear's 3-2-1
A webcomic re-imagining the members of the Justice League as eight-year old kids.
'A weekly compilation of longform journalism from around the internet, ranging from topics such as literature and sport to technology and politics' by Vishal Katariya
Keeping Up With India
PART III (L-Q)
Top 15 Psychological Thrillers
Little alchemy 2
A half man / half moon monkey trying to make sense of it all...
MIT Tech Review
museum of material memory
A digital repository of material culture of the Indian subcontinent, tracing family history and social ethnography through heirlooms, collectibles and objects of antiquity.
Nathan Pyle's strange planet
the nook seeker
pat a tap
Piled higher and deeper
Project Bibliotherapy :P
An internet comic strip about friendship, romance, and robots.
PART IV (R-Z)
Monthly reading themes by Lauren... #SciFiJuly going on, #ScienceSeptember coming up
'the landlady' - a short story by Roald Dahl (free kindle preview)
shit you should care about
Sidin 'Whatay' Vadukut
'One edition, once a day. Smart, concise, 100% fact-checked with zero jargon or rants. Be well-informed, stay sane.'
TED Talks for lifelong readers
The content-free encyclopedia anyone can edit.
Wait but why
That's all, folks! More to come in Volume Two!! Thank you for scrolling!! And Happy Reading :) ~ Nitin
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