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  1. “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
  2. CrimeReads

    From thrillers to mystery novels, CrimeReads — created by the Literary Hub team — explores the far reaches of the world of literary suspense with essays, reading lists, and more.

    Books
  3. Learn SEO from WordPress Experts Without Leaving Your Living Room

    WordCamps feature talks by SEO and marketing experts, and you can watch them all from the comfort of the couch.

    Business
    An expectant crowd awaits the speaker at WordCamp EU in Belgrade, Serbia, earlier in 2018.
  4. 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.

    Art
  5. Michael Moreci on what science fiction can teach us about ourselves: ” . . . sci-fi possesses the unique ability to instruct and inform, to subtly—or, at times, not-so-subtly—act as a warning of what happens to worlds overrun with inequality, with war, and with hate.”

    Books
  6. TRUE

    Brought to you by the makers of Proximity Magazine, True publishes weekly interviews and essays on the craft of memoir and telling true stories.

    Essay
  7. The Charley Project

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

    Internet
  8. Saving Country Music

    Saving Country Music’s purpose is spelled out in its name: news, opinion, reviews, artist profiles, music history, and the always-popular off-color pop-country bashing.

    Music
    Photo by Frank Kehren via Flickr
  9. Get Readers Right Where You Want Them With the Click of a Button

    Try a call-to-action button to guide your readers to what’s most important on your site.

    Design
  10. “WordPress and blogging gave me a voice, a voice that reached a vast amount of audience which otherwise would not have been possible.”

    Business
  11. Wit & Vinegar

    Billy Green loves tater tots and coffee, has been known to polish of a bowl of guacamole with a spoon, and writes a food blog that is a ray of sunshine (and popsicles!).

    Cooking
  12. artnet News

    At artnet News, follow the latest from the international art market with daily art-world updates, expert commentary, and event reviews.

    Art
  13. Belly Over Mind

    Ankiet’s Saveur award-nominated recipe blog pushes the boundaries of what a home cook can do with local and seasonal produce.

    Food
  14. Head Inside the Head

    Hedia Anvar writes of Rome(ance) and the end of love: “You’ll always return to Rome like an addict, except on the Vespa, it’s you flowing through Rome’s arteries.”

    Jetpack
  15. Love, Tokyo

    Writer Bron reflects on leaving her home and job and South Africa to move to Tokyo, Japan. “Here I am neither an insider nor an outsider, still foreign, but not out of place.”

    Jetpack
    Kumi Obata, Refreshing dream, etching (2007)