Around the web
Links I saved this month | June 2020
Some useful and interesting websites I visited and saved in my favourites in June. Like last month, they are varied in nature, and show the topics I am interested in: privacy, old-style internet, well-being, and the human mind.
- Idle Words. A collection of essays on topics such as sociology, internet, tech, and the way they intersect.
- Color Safe. Accessible web color combinations.
- The Best Motherf*cking Website. This is a website that explains the principles I have been trying to follow for the sites and pages I design: simple, fast, content-focused, and accessible.
- Have I been pwned? Check if you have an account that has been compromised in a data breach.
- Snopes.com. The definitive fact-checking site and reference source for urban legends, folklore, myths, rumors, and misinformation.
- Forest. Stay focused, be present. This is a phone app that lets you grow virtual trees by staying away from your phone, and lets you also donate to grow real trees through a collaboration with Trees for the Future.
- Casually Private. Don't be spied on! Don't be the product! Stay casually private.
- Mastodon Twitter Crossposter. I use this so I don't have to open Twitter: I post on Mastodon and my posts go on the Twitter account automatically.