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  1. The Power of One: Cleaning Up the Coastline, One Person at a Time, with Barrel Bag

    Environmental activist and teen founder Tucker Grooms created his nonprofit, Barrel Bag, to make it easier for people to clean up trash at the beach. His website has grown into the online hub of the organization.

    Business
    Barrel Bag founder Tucker Grooms at Stinson Beach, CA. Photo by Drew Bird Photo.
  2. MTV

    At MTV’s official website, you can stream your favorite shows, watch the latest music videos, and get up to date on pop culture news.

    Music
  3. Cooking with Granny

    Video journalist Caroline Shin created her web and event series Cooking with Granny to highlight the special culinary moments we have with our grandmothers. Cooking with Granny is a 2019 Saveur Blog Award finalist in the “Best Food Videos” category.

    Cooking
  4. Juls’ Kitchen

    Take an armchair trip to Tuscany with Giulia and Tommaso, the cooks behind 2019 Saveur Blog Award finalist Juls’ Kitchen. These “Best Food Culture Blog” nominees have been collecting their traditional family recipes online for 10 years.

    Cooking
  5. “A Door to Iteration, Innovation, and Constant Progress”: What Is Open Source?

    What is open source? Here’s a primer with article, video, and podcast recommendations to learn more.

    Design
  6. Gratitude Revealed

    Filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg’s TEDx talk on gratitude was a viral sensation. On his site, Moving Art, explore more what gratitude is, why it’s important, and what you can do to live a more gracious life.

    Exploration
    Image via Moving Art
  7. Adventurous Kate

    In 2010, Kate McCulley quit her job to travel in Southeast Asia for six months. Six months turned into seven years across 77 countries and seven continents. Her blog, Adventurous Kate, focuses on solo female travel.

    Exploration
  8. Primitive Technology

    John Plant, the Australia-based blogger and YouTube producer behind Primitive Technology, is documenting his journey into the distant technological past, “making stuff from scratch in the wild.”

    Architecture
  9. The era of blind faith in big data must end

    Longtime WordPress.com blogger Cathy O’Neil advocates for morality in algorithms in her new TED Talk, “The era of blind faith in big data must end.”

    Academia
  10. Use Video Content to Enhance Your Front Page

    Considering video content? These sites use video to draw their readers in.

    Business
  11. Get Started on WordPress.com with Video Tutorials

    Browse our library of video tutorials to help you get going on WordPress.com.

    Video
  12. America’s extreme vetting

    Michael Hobbes on refugees in America: “‘They need our help,’ she said. . . . I remember being struck by that, the simplicity of it, the clarity of genuine, actual, real-world grace being defined in four words right in front of me.”

    Political Commentary
  13. Camino Sketchbook Review

    Allow the girl with the blue hair to take you on a 40-day tour of the Camino de Santiago via her watercolor sketchbook video.

    Art
  14. The Northern Sessions

    Fill your ears at The Northern Sessions, a site showcasing over 50 live performance videos geared to promoting the music of artists in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

    Music
  15. Brood: A Video Word Review

    “Brood” gets a ten out of ten from James Harbeck in this video word review. “Brooding is the yeast in the bread of discontent.”

    Language
    Video by James Harbeck