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  1. Plagiarism Today

    Targeted to webmasters and copyright holders, Jonathan Bailey’s Plagiarism Today aims to increase the awareness of plagiarism online and focuses on legal issues, like the DMCA and copyright law in particular.

  2. Creative Commons

    “When we share, everyone wins.” Through easy-to-use copyright licenses, Creative Commons helps creators legally share knowledge and creativity with others around the world.

  3. A List Apart

    A List Apart is a magazine for people who make websites. It explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.

  4. Cool Hunting

    The Cool Hunting team “uncovers the latest intersections of design, culture and technology,” sharing original and curated stories on innovative products, experiences, and people.

  5. Messy Nessy Chic

    A self-described “Cabinet of Chic Curiosities,” Messy Nessy Chic is the labor of love of Paris-based Nessy and Alex, who share posts on travel, art, and fashion, as well as a well-curated selection of internet finds.

  6. The Charley Project

    The Charley Project is a database cataloging the cases of nearly 10,000 missing persons, mostly from within the United States.


    The definitive internet reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation.

  8. Rebrand Cities

    Forty-six percent of small businesses do not have a website. Rebrand Cities is a civic design and brand project in the US that helps to close this digital divide and aims to get small and neighborhood businesses online. Learn how to participate — as a business owner, partner, or sponsor.

  9. IndieWire

    IndieWire is an online publication covering film and TV, with a constant flow of news, reviews, and interviews for passionate fans and industry insiders.

  10. is the online home of Andy Baio, purveyor of quality links and thinking on technology and internet culture.

  11. Gerry Canavan

    The web is big — so veteran blogger Gerry Canavan scours it to collect the best links on culture, politics, education, and more. Visit his blog for curated reading lists that range from must-reads to esoteric gems.


    Curated by the designers and design lovers at Automattic, is a collection of stories by leading voices in technology, science, and art.

  13. Real Life

    Real Life explores living with technology and publishes essays, arguments, narratives, and more. The magazine was launched by a team of editors and writers from The New Inquiry, Adult, and Hazlitt and is headed by social media theorist Nathan Jurgenson.

  14. NextDraft

    NextDraft is a popular newsletter of the most fascinating news of the day, curated and published by Dave Pell.

  15. Brain Pickings

    Brain Pickings is a treasure trove of interestingness, curated by curiosity hunter-gatherer extraordinaire Maria Popova.