Websites for rationals


#1

Compiled a list of websites that might come in handy for some of you, or at least entertain you:

ted.com/
seedmagazine.com/ui09/ <---Enjoy this one
seedmagazine.com/
futurity.org/
ocw.mit.edu/OcwWeb/web/home/home/index.htm
academicearth.org/
wolframalpha.com/
cramster.com
web.mit.edu/invent/h-main.html <----I know you all imagine yourselves inventing
byassoc.com/
astrobiology.nasa.gov/
howstuffworks.com/
technologyreview.com/
creativesynthesis.net/blog/
web.mit.edu/newsoffice/
sciencentral.com/video/
informationisbeautiful.net/
flowingdata.com/
smashingmagazine.com/
mentalfloss.com/
vimeo.com/ <----I prefer this to YouTube (side note: YouTube is the 2nd most used search engine, after google)
cfr.org/
ehow.com/
gadgets.boingboing.net/
consumerist.com/
wired.com/
vidafine.com/blog/
personalbrandingblog.com/
mashable.com/
scienceblogs.com/
artofmanliness.com/
mint.com/
lifehacker.com/
mindhacks.com/
brainrules.net/
treehugger.com/
good.is/
hopenhagen.org/
sustainableparty.com/
birdsongradio.com/
theonion.com/content/index
onlinecolleges.net/2009/10/2 ... in-school/
flu.gov/
politifact.com/truth-o-meter/
pandora.com/
oedb.org/library/college-basics/ ... -knowledge

for the future,
tachyon


#2

Awesome list, man, already includes some of my favorites (ted.com, wired, pandora, technologyreview), look forward to exploring the rest.

Here's a couple more from my side:
singularityhub.com/
nextbigfuture.com/
generationaldynamics.com/
popsci.com/


#3

For online storage/backup. It’s free, it works well, and it’s clean and neat. I like it, and if you are looking for some free, fairly small online storage (2GB for free), I highly suggest this site.


#4

The links are so great.Thank you guys for sharing. I love your posts and shared links.


#5

Damn you both. I spent 2 hours dicking around on those websites, so nifty. :smiley:


#6

If only I had the time to check these all out in depth…

I’ll have to see how many of these have apps.