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Is the curation method described in the OP fine?

  • Yes

    Votes: 20 90.9%
  • No (and I will post why)

    Votes: 2 9.1%

  • Total voters
    22

Dick Justice

Redditors get the rope
True & Honest Fan
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As agreed upon in my last thread, the quality of web search in finding stuff has degraded to the point where finding useful things requires going back to the geocities era of manually curated lists of web sites. This thread intends to fill that void. Post links to sites and articles that your fellow kiwis don't know about, but should. I'll vet each site as able, and if it's good add it the OP. Any sites recommended by at least 5 different people get fast-tracked to the front of the line. I DO NOT WANT TO BE THE SOLE ARBITER OF QUALITY. IF YOU THINK A SITE SOMEONE ELSE POSTED IS GOOD AND DESERVES INCLUSION OR A SITE ON THE INDEX IS BAD DESERVES REMOVAL PLEASE SAY SO. Websites are broken up into three categories, sorted alphabetically, and subcategorized as needed. The categories are:
  • Sites - Websites that provide a software, service, or routinely high quality information such as blogs, tools, and whatever the fuck this is. Don't forget we have a Software Endorsements Thread! Thread overlap should be minimal.
  • Search - Websites with useful information and can be searched directly, but generally doesn't show up in general web searches. Useful when search engines aren't turning up what you're looking for.
  • Single Pages - Articles mostly, but any case wherein you recommend a single page or subsection of a website that isn't otherwise recommended. Mostly for when clickbait sites write the unicorn of actually worthwhile journalism.
Don't feel obligated to categorize your recommendations if you don't want to, but DO:
  • NOT POST ANY SITE THAT EXISTS SOLELY FOR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT. LAW'S A BITCH AND THEN THE SITE DIES
  • NOT USE THIS AS A PROXY WAR FOR POLITICS FAGGOTRY. IF A LINK APPEALS TO A SINGLE POLITICAL DEMOGRAPHIC, IS OF ONLY NATIONAL INTEREST, AND/OR ONLY RELEVANT CONTEMPORARILY YOU ARE CANCER AND YOU HAVE TO GO BACK
  • NO REDDIT, NO DISCORD. YOU NIGGERFAGGOTS RUIN EVERY SINGLE THING YOU TOUCH AND NO, YOU AND YOUR SUBREDDIT ARE NOT THE EXCEPTION. IF YOU SEE SOMEONE POST THIS LIST ON YOUR SUB/DISCORD REPORT THEM FOR HATE SPEECH AND PHOBIAS/ISMS LIKE THIS ↓
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  • BE EXCELLENT TO EACH OTHER
The List
Sites
Archives - Large Repositories Spanning Multiple Categories

The Digital FAQ digitalfaq.com - "This is the place where the last remaining experts on video capture and conversion congregate. You can buy rare hardware in their marketplace if you have deep pockets." Original link was to the forum subpage, recommended viewing.
The Eye the-eye.eu - Large privately maintained archive with numerous valuable items, some of which may be under enforced copyright in your jurisdiction. Please don't download anything in violation of local laws!
The Internet Archive archive.org - An archive of basically the entire world. Is actively working to preserve all digital history and digitize analogue history so it can be preserved. Has Petabytes of audio, video, text, and binary data on every subject in existence and is a great source for everything you could ever want.
Macintosh Garden macintoshgarden.org - Archive and community dedicated to archiving and offering Mac abandonware. Per their policy everything hosted is no longer available for purchase.
T E X T F I L E S D O T C O M textfiles.com - "big ol' archive of text files on everything under the sun (direct link to directory)" One of the oldest privately maintained archives. The sysop, Jason Scott, now works for the Internet Archive and has a number of interesting talks there and on yt that OP recommends.
Educational - Fine Arts, Literature, & Soft Sciences
Art Renewal Center artrenewal.org/Museum/Home - "A very comprehensive collection of high-res classical artworks."
Kyoto University Rare Materials Digital Archive rmda.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp/en/collection - "Digitized books and other materials, from both Eastern and Western sources. The mathematics section is particularly rich."
National Portrait Galleries US/UK npg.si.edu (US) npg.org.uk (UK) - "Two large collections of high-quality portrait art. The UK one will even make prints for you."
Educational - Hard Sciences & Also Economics
MIT OpenCourseWare ocw.mit.edu - "Free college course materials from MIT (completeness varies)"
National Center for Biotechnology Information ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - "Publicly available medical research and data. The "Bookshelf" section has free books."
Games & Vidya
GOG.com gog.com - "service where you can buy old and new vidya. DRM Free. once you download the installer, you have it forever. Some games that do have online multiplayer will have different servers than their steam counterparts."
Ross's Game List accursedfarms.com/games - Patron saint of vidya Ross Scott
replacementdocs replacementdocs.com/news.php - "archive of old videogame manuals."
Video Game Critic videogamecritic.com - "videogame review site which I'm pretty sure has been around since the 90s (and looks it). I think its literally one guy trying to review every game in existence for every console."
Vimm's Lair vimm.net - Useful resource for video game manuals and emulators. Also contains game ROMs still under enforced copyright in some jurisdictions, please don't download anything in violation of local laws!
Internet & Net Culture
Eternal September eternal-september.org - "Free Usenet accounts for posting/reading and can send control messages to create Free.* groups. Has useful statistics so you can see groups people are actually posting in as opposed to having to comb through the vast wasteland that Usenet has become."
GNU gnu.org - "GNU's website is a good "hub" for finding other FLOSS sites/info. Also includes many articles that make for good reading whether or not you agree with them (example). Updated regularly."
Pouët.net pouët.net - "Your online demoscene resource." Huge demoscene forum and gateway to the scene as a whole.
InstallGentoo Wiki wiki.installgentoo.com - "wiki by the /g/uys on 4chan's tech board. Might bit a bit out of date." /g/entoomen have always been the best autists. Lots of interesting tech reading, but much of it is outdated.
Internet & Net Culture - Retro
Geocities Archive oocities.org - "A partial archive of GeoCities before it was taken down."
Neocities neocities.org - Remember Geocities, Angelfire, and Yahoo? Neocities remembers. Neo-retro world wide web at its finest.
Quote DataBase bash.org - The irc quote database, appears to be inactive. Good humourous popcorn reading.
Music & Audiophile Interest
Bandcamp bandcamp.com - I'm still surprised how few know about Bandcamp. The definitive pro-consumer music storefront. ~99% of music can be listened to in full as a "try before you buy", streaming support, lossless, and an equitable business model wherein they allow anyone to submit their music and collect 10% on all sales.
Tech - Privacy, Security, & OPSEC
PRISM-Break prism-break.org - "good info on skirting around the Government's eye" Catalogue of privacy and freedom respecting software and service alternatives to the 800lb gorillas.
Privacy Tools privacytools.io - "lot of good info. has links to other sites too" One of the oldest metasites on privacy in the modern era. Details privacy practice, software, and pop philosophy. Warning: implicitly endorses software and services that run counter to its stated goals and has a repressively censorious code of conduct.
Restore Privacy restoreprivacy.com - Blog containing many security and privacy guides.
Router Security routersecurity.org - "just what it sounds like."
Spyware Watchdog spyware.neocities.org - "Has a useful article ranking all web-browsers in terms of privacy if you're into such things." Extends beyond browsers, useful for finding software and scarequote "services" unscarequote that are spying on you.
Tech - Software & Services
8bitworkshop 8bitworkshop.com - "online/offline ide/debugger for various obsolete computers, selfhostable"
Cockmail cock.li - "Yeah, it's mail with cocks." Pro-freedom, pro-transparency, pro-funny.
NixNet nixnet.services - A free host of a wide variety of privacy and freedom respecting libre services. Check out their IRC.
Sumopaint sumopaint.com - "Free photoshop-like online painter." Feature rich and nifty, but can get a little laggy.
This X Does Not Exist thisxdoesnotexist.com - An index of GAN (Generative Adversarial Network) generated services such as This Person Does Not Exist or This MP Does Not Exist.
Uncategorized, Unique, & Not-Yet-Categorized
McBurgers geocities.com/mcburgers_com/McD.html - Ever wanted to reproduce the factory manufactured mediocrity of McDonalds? Here you go.
Guerrilla Gardening guerrillagardening.org - Fight the power by planting pretty flowers around your city. London focused but has worldwide comms.
StarbucksEverywhere starbuckseverywhere.net: Database of an insane person who has visited nearly every Starbucks worldwide. Contains photos and dates.
Zeloof.xyz zeloof.xyz - Pair of applied machinist, chemist, physicist, technologist blogs with a heavy DIY emphasis.


Search
Books, Literature, Philosophical & Religious Texts

AddAll addall.com/used - "Multi-site search for books in general."
Internet Sacred Text Archive Home sacred-texts.com - "Archive of the worlds religious documents, multiple editions and translations where available. Also a bunch of new age woo"
Perseus Digital Library perseus.tufts.edu/hopper - "Online texts, mostly classical Greek and Latin works but also some others."
Project Gutenberg gutenberg.org - Looking for a book? If it's out of copyright, Project Gutenberg has it.
viaLibri vialibri.net - "The best multi-site search engine for antiquarian books."
Dictionaries
Dictionaries for the Study of Buddhist and East Asian Language and Thought buddhism-dict.net - "Specialist dictionaries for obscure and abstruse terminology in Chinese/Japanese."
Education, Academia, & Research Papers
Google Scholar scholar.google.com - "Yeah, it's Google, but their academic search engine seems to have something of an aptitude for dancing around paywalls."
JSTOR jstor.org - "Search and access for academic journals. Free accounts get a number of free article views each month."
LibGuides guides.library.cmu.edu - "This has subject-specific indexes for research tools, databases, recommended books, etc. The quality seems to vary, but some are quite good indeed."
Sci-Hub sci-hub.do - Proxy for bypassing paywalled research papers.
Games & Vidya
Abandonia abandonia.com - Repository of various abandonware games.
My Abandonware myabandonware.com - "Repository of abandoned PC games. A lot of old DOS era stuff but also a good number of more modern games."
Doomworld/idgames doomworld.com/idgames/?search - Looking for a DOOM wad? Look no further than the definitive collection.
Emulation General Wiki emulation.gametechwiki.com - "wiki about gaming emulation. Lots of great info." The closest thing to a PCGamingWiki equivalent for emulation.
PCGamingWiki pcgamingwiki.com - "a wiki about PC Games. includes a lot of handy info. comparing different releases out there, patches, mods, fixes." Has mostly accurate articles on nearly computer game released since the DOS era. Most useful for compatibility and quality of life assistance.
Internet & Net Culture
The Old Net theoldnet.com - "It's just pages from the way back machine, but I like the way the page is laid out and curated."
Telnet BBS Guide Telnet BBS Guide - "A database of Telnet BBS servers. You can play door games and chat with fellow autists."
The Wayback Machine archive.org/web - Technically a subsection of The Internet Archive, but important enough to get its own entry. Has archives of hundreds of thousands of dead sites. If you need to restore a link rot casualty this is the first, best place to look.
Wiby wiby.me - "Search engine for old-school style websites." Deliberately rejects 'Web 2.0' javascript and ad infested websites.
Music & Audio
Librivox librivox.org - The Project Gutenberg of audiobooks. Volunteers record audiobooks of public domain texts.
Public & Government Records
Connecticut Registered Voters connvoters.com - "(and related sites) - Public voter rolls from various US states." Only contains those registered in Connecticut.
Court Listener courtlistener.com - "Free access to documents from US courts."
Federal Election Commission fec.gov - "Dox anyone who participates in the US political process." Appears to have additional useful info. Please post if you can add to this description.
OpenCorporates opencorporates.com - "useful site for finding random businesses[...]used it before to find tiny LLCs that I couldn’t find elsewhere. It’s also easier then going through each states database individually"
Shopping & Commerce
Camelcamelcamel camelcamelcamel.com - "Searchable Amazon price history data." Supports alerts to notify you on price drops.
Tech
Etherscan etherscan.io - "Online viewer for Ethereum wallets and transactions"
Open Standards open-std.org - "Documents for a number of ISO standards, most notably the C and C++ programming languages"
PDP-11.RU Mirrors Archive mirrors.pdp-11.ru -"There's technical documentation going back to the 1960s, as well as tons of software for 20th century computers and operating system"
Shodan shodan.io - IOT search engine and sobering redpill for anyone who believes the net is secure.
W3 Standards w3.org/TR/ - "Standards for HTML, CSS, etc. God help you if you need this."
WalletExplorer walletexplorer.com - "Online viewer for Bitcoin wallets and transactions"
Travel
Matrix matrix.itasoftware.com - Metasearch of flights for times/locations, graded against price. By google but still worth checking out for travel.


Single Pages
Foreign (Outside the anglosphere) Interest

Doing Business in Japan https://www.kalzumeus.com/2014/11/07/doing-business-in-japan/ - Insight into Japanese business and culture as reported by a rare foreigner salaryman-turned-entrepeneur.
Why Chinese Is So Damn Hard http://www.pinyin.info/readings/texts/moser.html- The quintessential whinging post on the Chinese language, and still relevant decades on.
Sociology, Psychology, & Soft Sciences
The Cult of the Peacock https://blog.brendanvance.com/2014/01/05/the-cult-of-the-peacock/ - An interesting look in how at how many formerly artistic decisions have become weaponized as design decisions, viewed through the lense of game design
Geeks, MOPs, and sociopaths in subculture evolution https://meaningness.com/geeks-mops-sociopaths - "required reading regarding internet subcultures" Articulates how popularity with casuals (looking at you, plebbit!) almost invariably leads to the death of scenes and subcultures.
I Fooled Millions Into Thinking Chocolate Helps Weight Loss. Here's How. http://io9.com/i-fooled-millions-into-thinking-chocolate-helps-weight-1707251800 - An experiment on how difficult it is to manipulate the media into endorsing spurious claims by using bad data and junk science. Io9 is plagued with ads, view an archived version instead.
Why Women Don't Code https://quillette.com/2018/06/19/why-women-dont-code/ - A deep dive on the sharp sex ratio in STEM fields and the underlying causes by an expert..
Tech & Internet - Cultural
27 Years of Warez Scene Release Info Leaked in Giant Database https://archive.org/details/predb - "27 years of NFOs." According to original TorrentFreak article, this is a db of millions of nfo files accompanying scene releases.
Cover Your Tracks https://firstpartysimulator.org/ - "Neat demonstration of how your browser sends out information that can be used to de-anonymize you." EFF initiative focused on raising awareness of browser fingerprinting by showing how exposed you are.
Five Geek Social Fallacies https://plausiblydeniable.com/five-geek-social-fallacies/ - Still relevant after almost two decades. A Rosetta Stone for internet and nerd communities and their accompanying drama.
Make Frontend Shit Again https://makefrontendshitagain.party/ - An appeal to return to levity on the net and site design. Deliberately garbage in a campy retro way.
nohello https://nohello.gq/ - PSA don't send messages just to say hello.
Tech & Internet - Technical
Info-Mac Archive https://archive.org/details/info-mac-archive - "the info-mac ftp was the top distribution site for pretty much everything Mac related in the early 90s[...]it's pretty much the canonical source of drivers for pre2000 macs" - Categorized here because it's only available as a single archive.
Motherfucking Website Series http://motherfuckingwebsite.com/ , http://bettermotherfuckingwebsite.com/ , https://evenbettermotherfucking.website/ , https://bestmotherfucking.website/ - The four greatest URLs on the entire internet, and MANDATORY reading for anyone in web design.
VPN Comparison by That One Privacy Guy https://www.safetydetectives.com/best-vpns/ - "info on VPNs. Good resource." Probably the single most comprehensive resource on individual VPNs, and doesn't appear to be afflicted by the pay-for-play VPN coverage cancer.
Why Windoes 10 Sucks https://itvision.altervista.org/why-windows-10-sucks.html - "An autist breaks down the problems with Windows 10. He's been updating it about once a year since 2015." Editorial: OP emphatically disagrees with the author's assessment of Linux and its accompanying article on the grounds that most claimed "issues" are either solved or in no worse state than on Windows and/or MacOS, and further that the author deliberately makes himself unreachable. Windows users may consider Windows 10 Ameliorated.
Unsorted & Unique
The Canterbury Tales https://english3.fsu.edu/canterbury/ - "the excellent 1993 translation by Ecker and Crook which is now impossible to find."
Chronicling America https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/ - "Searchable newspapers from 1777-1963,"
How to be a Responsible Music Fan in the Age of Streaming https://pitchfork.com/features/oped/how-to-be-a-responsible-music-fan-in-the-age-of-streaming/ - A look at the paradigm shift for consumers and creators caused by the end of owning music and the rise of streaming.
The Ian Knot https://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/ianknot.htm - The best shoelace knot ever. Two minutes will save you weeks of your life in tying time.
Leading Intellectuals Respond to Current Events https://humanities.psydeshow.org/political/ - "Collection of writings focused on 9/11 and its aftermath" Technically multiple articles and not a single page, but listed here anyway because of the very narrow focus.


Note Jan-9: Please submit links in https when possible. Should blogs with a singular, narrow focus be grouped in "Sites" or "Single Pages"?
Note Jan-21: Should entries that cover multiple subcategories be listed once for each category or only once total?
Should yt videos & channels be included in the index? If so how so and should there be subject matter notability requirements to merit inclusion?
 
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Sage In All Fields

πr8 of the $777Cs
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Your list sucks, here are some non-gay links:
 

Rusty Crab

and it kept getting worse...
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This is cool, but the format for the links is very difficult to read because they all blend together. I'd suggest putting the raw URL (or shortened if it's too long), which will appear as green, and then the description text in plaintext/white afterwards so that it visually separates the links on each row, accounting for word wrap. It's also potentially unfriendly to screenshotting/copypaste in some scenarios.

eg:

https://io9.gizmodo.com/i-fooled-millions-into-thinking-chocolate-helps-weight-1707251800 I Fooled Millions Into Thinking Chocolate Helps Weight Loss. Here's How. - An experiment on how difficult it is to manipulate the media into endorsing spurious claims by using bad data and junk science. Io9 is plagued with ads, view an archived version instead.
https://blog.brendanvance.com/2014/01/05/the-cult-of-the-peacock/ The Cult of the Peacock - An interesting look in how at how many formerly artistic decisions have become weaponized as design decisions, viewed through the lense of game design.

This is how it appears to me now, just in case there's a style difference.
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Never Scored

True & Honest Fan
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Sites:
Online Spyware Watchdog- Has a useful article ranking all web-browsers in terms of privacy if you're into such things.

Eternal September- Free Usenet accounts for posting/reading and can send control messages to create Free.* groups. Has useful statistics so you can see groups people are actually posting in as opposed to having to comb through the vast wasteland that Usenet has become.

Search:

The Old Net- It's just pages from the way back machine, but I like the way the page is laid out and curated.

Telnet BBS Guide- A database of Telnet BBS servers. You can play door games and chat with fellow autists.

Wilby- Search engine for old-school style websites.

Single Pages:
Why Windows 10 Sucks- An autist breaks down the problems with Windows 10. He's been updating it about once a year since 2015.
 

Kosher Dill

Potato Chips
True & Honest Fan
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Sites:
Digital FAQ Forum - This is the place where the last remaining experts on video capture and conversion congregate. You can buy rare hardware in their marketplace if you have deep pockets.
Router Security - just what it sounds like.
Dictionaries for the Study of Buddhist and East Asian Language and Thought - Specialist dictionaries for obscure and abstruse terminology in Chinese/Japanese.
Kyoto University Rare Materials Digital Archive - Digitized books and other materials, from both Eastern and Western sources. The mathematics section is particularly rich.
Perseus Digital Library - Online texts, mostly classical Greek and Latin works but also some others.
Art Renewal Center Museum - A very comprehensive collection of high-res classical artworks.
National Portrait Gallery (US) and National Portrait Gallery (UK) - Two large collections of high-quality portrait art. The UK one will even make prints for you.

Search:
viaLibri - The best multi-site search engine for antiquarian books.
AddAll - Multi-site search for books in general.
JSTOR - Search and access for academic journals. Free accounts get a number of free article views each month.
camelcamelcamel - Searchable Amazon price history data.
 
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malt ipecac

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I just spent like two hours reading the "Single Pages" links. That was great.

It's a gay world out there. Thank you all for the non-gay links.
 

Dick Justice

Redditors get the rope
True & Honest Fan
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I'm going to be doing the first update of the index in a couple days.
@Sage In All Fields , @Rusty Crab , @Never Scored , @Kosher Dill , @malt ipecac , @Pee Cola , @Vecr , @Inventor of the Telephone , @Lucas Silva #4903141 , @brahmarakshasasolempi , and anyone else reading this:
I updated the OP but I'm @ing you all specifically to clarify that I do not want to be the sole arbiter of quality. If any of you have an opinion please consider quoting/reposting links others have suggested that you think deserve to be added to the index, and in addition if there are any bad links on the index you feel don't merit inclusion.
Big tech is already full of assholes that deign to decide what you can and can't see because they think they know better than you. I'd rather not follow in their footsteps.
 

Brahma

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any of you have an opinion please consider quoting/reposting links others have suggested that you think deserve to be added to the index, and in addition if there are any bad links on the index you feel don't merit inclusion.
>Post links to sites and articles that your fellow >kiwis don't know about, but should


You might be setting the bar too high. I'd auto include anything that everyone's posted so far jest because at a glimpse it all looks non retarded.
Needing five thumbs up or whatever, you're just making work for yourself and anyone else. Plus people probably aren't going to bother to give the thumbs up.

if we're going for some kind of cultural\technical primer or resource, just let everything in. I'm not interested in most of what's posted but none of it is egregious or harmful
 

malt ipecac

kiwifarms.net
You might be setting the bar too high. I'd auto include anything that everyone's posted so far jest because at a glimpse it all looks non retarded.
Needing five thumbs up or whatever, you're just making work for yourself and anyone else. Plus people probably aren't going to bother to give the thumbs up.

if we're going for some kind of cultural\technical primer or resource, just let everything in. I'm not interested in most of what's posted but none of it is egregious or harmful
By all means, be an autocratic Dick whenever convenient. You made the thread, after all.

With that said, here are some true and honest links:

T E X T F I L E S textfiles.com - big ol' archive of text files on everything under the sun (direct link to directory)

GNU's Not Unix gnu.org - GNU's website is a good "hub" for finding other FLOSS sites/info. Also includes many articles that make for good reading whether or not you agree with them (example). Updated regularly.

Current Events Pages at humanities.psydeshow.org - Collection of writings focused on 9/11 and its aftermath
 

Smaug's Smokey Hole

Sweeney did nothing wrong.
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Instead of just linking to archive.org maybe there should be links to interesting sections of it because that site is huge and sometimes hard to navigate.

Here's a fun thing I found there that I thought would be lost to time.

27 years of NFOs.
 

Rusty Crab

and it kept getting worse...
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Instead of just linking to archive.org maybe there should be links to interesting sections of it because that site is huge and sometimes hard to navigate.
It should be noted that like everything else on the modern internet, archives are not immune to political censorship. Wayback Machine has started kneeling to takedown requests to basically anything establishment organizations want gone. This goes beyond copyrighted material, as they also remove "disinformation" (read: anything that exists which is inconvenient).
 

ducktales4gameboy

ratatouille is people
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tehpope

My Face Everyday | Archivist
True & Honest Fan
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GOG - service where you can buy old and new vidya. DRM Free. once you download the installer, you have it forever. Some games that do have online multiplayer will have different servers than their steam counterparts. https://gog.com


>Browser addons (These should all be available for both Firefox and Chrome)
WebRTC Control - prevents WebRTC from leaking your true ip address. https://mybrowseraddon.com/webrtc-control.html
Decentraleyes - Uses local versions of scripts to prevent them from spying on you https://decentraleyes.org/
uBlock Origin - Ad blocker. really good. light on cpu usage. https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock
uMatrix - blocks requests from websites. Can break sites. Probably for advance users only (i don't even use it)
I don't care about cookies - Blocks popups from sites telling you they use cookies. https://www.i-dont-care-about-cookies.eu/
Archiveror - One click web page archiving solution https://github.com/rahiel/archiveror
Smart HTTPS / HTTPS Everywhere - forces https on every website. HTTPS will encrypt the traffic to and from websites. Your ISP can still see what sites you're going to. That's where a vpn comes in handy. https://mybrowseraddon.com/smart-https.html / https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere
ClearURLs - removes tracking elements from urls. https://gitlab.com/KevinRoebert/ClearUrls

>Privacy
https://prism-break.org - good info on skirting around the Government's eye
https://privacytools.io - lot of good info. has links to other sites too
https://www.safetydetectives.com/best-vpns/ - info on VPNs. Good resource.

>Other
Youtube-dl - swiss army knife of downloading videos online. Not just for youtube. Tons and tons of sites. There's a gui for it that makes using the program easier. Enemy of RIAA. https://yt-dl.org/
lgogdownloader - command line downloader for gog. https://github.com/Sude-/lgogdownloader

>Resources
PCGamingWiki - a wiki about PC Games. includes a lot of handy info. comparing different releases out there, patches, mods, fixes. https://pcgamingwiki.com
Install.Gentoo - wiki by the /g/uys on 4chan's tech board. Might bit a bit out of date. https://wiki.installgentoo.com/
Emulation General - wiki about gaming emulation. Lots of great info. https://emulation.gametechwiki.com/index.php/Main_Page
 
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Rusty Crab

and it kept getting worse...
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>Browser addons (These should all be available for both Firefox and Chrome)
WebRTC Control - prevents WebRTC from leaking your true ip address. https://mybrowseraddon.com/webrtc-control.html
Decentraleyes - Uses local versions of scripts to prevent them from spying on you https://decentraleyes.org/
uBlock Origin - Ad blocker. really good. light on cpu usage. https://github.com/gorhill/uBlock
uMatrix - blocks requests from websites. Can break sites. Probably for advance users only (i don't even use it)
I don't care about cookies - Blocks popups from sites telling you they use cookies. https://www.i-dont-care-about-cookies.eu/
Archiveror - One click web page archiving solution https://github.com/rahiel/archiveror
Smart HTTPS / HTTPS Everywhere - forces https on every website. HTTPS will encrypt the traffic to and from websites. Your ISP can still see what sites you're going to. That's where a vpn comes in handy. https://mybrowseraddon.com/smart-https.html / https://www.eff.org/https-everywhere
ClearURLs - removes tracking elements from urls. https://gitlab.com/KevinRoebert/ClearUrls
I think it's worth noting that most of the stuff listed here is built into Brave as native features, along with removing google's telemetry.
 

malt ipecac

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uMatrix - blocks requests from websites. Can break sites. Probably for advance users only (i don't even use it)
I don't care about cookies - Blocks popups from sites telling you they use cookies. https://www.i-dont-care-about-cookies.eu/
NoScript is a better solution for Mozilla-based browsers.
Wonder what's in here?
Spread the word about the fake pandemic - which is what allowed them to do everything they needed.
Ok, let's learn about the fake pandemic.
This would not have been the first time the elites replaced someone - there's extremely strong evidence (archive) that they've done just that with Stephen Hawking.
I did not know that about Stephen Hawking.
When even the fucking Devil (Mozilla) has more ethics than you, you know you're really special. Anyway, I suspected this pandemic was fake news right from the beginning (knowing that the spooks have pulled off similar scams before) - but there was still some doubt lingering around in my mind. Now, I am absolutely sure this is only a PSY-OP.
Huh, interesting. I wonder what this person has to say about how to choose a browser for everyday use?
 

tehpope

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I think it's worth noting that most of the stuff listed here is built into Brave as native features, along with removing google's telemetry.
But you end up sending your data to brave instead. Ungoogled chromium doesn't send any data. https://spyware.neocities.org/articles/brave.html

NoScript is a better solution for Mozilla-based browsers.

Wonder what's in here?

Ok, let's learn about the fake pandemic.

I did not know that about Stephen Hawking.

Huh, interesting. I wonder what this person has to say about how to choose a browser for everyday use?
Yes, the guy who runs digdeeper is strange. I think his info on browsers and whatnot is good though. He also leans a bit commie too.
 
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Kosher Dill

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How about a few more:
Sites:
MIT Open Courseware - Free college course materials from MIT (completeness varies)
NCBI - Publicly available medical research and data. The "Bookshelf" section has free books.
OoCities - A partial archive of GeoCities before it was taken down.

Search:
CourtListener - Free access to documents from US courts.
ConnVoters (and related sites) - Public voter rolls from various US states.
FEC - Dox anyone who participates in the US political process.
Google Scholar - Yeah, it's Google, but their academic search engine seems to have something of an aptitude for dancing around paywalls.
 

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