Personal Site Index
A collection of websites that I deem worthy enough to share.
- LandChad - A site dedicated to being an easy-to-access and easy-to-understand tutorial in hosting your own stuff on the internet.
- Invidious - A freedom-respecting, light-weight front end for YouTube.
- Teddit - A freedom-respecting, light-weight front end for Reddit.
- Nitter - A freedom-respecting, light-weight front end for Twitter.
- Snopyta - An online, free software service provider.
- based.cooking - A based and bloatless cooking website that focuses on ease of use first.
- Zeronet - A website that hosts installing information and documentation about the decentralized web application Zeronet. Useful for hosting sites without the need of a centralized server.
- InterPlanetary File System - A website that hosts installing information and documentation about the decentralized storage system IPFS. Useful for distributing content in a permanent way.
- Awesome IPFS Projects - A catalog of awesome projects that make use of IPFS.
- The InstallGentoo Wiki - /g/'s wiki. Good starting place for software and technology usage, specifically in regards to free software.
- Meta-Nomad - A philosophy website that has a focus on modernity.
- FChan - Federated image board. Currently really small and works as a proof of concept.
- Nasa Photojournal - An archive of high quality pictures NASA took.
- trash.fan - Trashy text-board for anonymous posting
- Exploseek - A Meta-search engine with a focus on finding certain file types.
- MMNT - A FTP-Orientated Search Engine
- Wiby - A search engine that can be used to find obscure websites.
- Shitlib - Free library for taboo works.
People's Personal Pages, Philosophies, Politics, and Pennings
- Luke Smith's Webpage - The website of notorious Classic RuneScape avatar Luke Smith. Plenty of quality articles to read with a mix of Philosophy, Linguistics, and Technology.
- Richard Stallman's Personal Site - The website of famous free software advocate and former MIT faculty member. Most of the website is dedicated to Stallman's personal works and actions, more specifically, his politics.
- Not Related! - The Website of Luke Smith's podcast. Mostly focuses on Philosophy, Politics, and History.
- Bargain Bin Philosophy - A Philosophy website that focuses on anti-modernist thought. An interesting look upon the world, but doesn't tout itself as the end-all-be-all of knowledge.
- Unqualified Reservations - The blog of Mencius Moldbug, a prominent neo-reactionary figure. Supposed Origin of the term "Red pill". Best read with an open-mind and without tainting. There is much guidance on how to get started on the website.
- tilde.club - A set of websites all hosted under one domain (similar to neocities).
- Ctrl-C Club - Ditto of above. Focus on technology.
- Stravers - A website that hosts a blog, an exploration of mathematics, and a gondola archive.
- Wesley's cyber space - A small blog similar to this one that focuses a bit more on technology.
- Cublex's Megasite - A teenager's personal website. Mostly filled with experiences throughout the day and personal projects. Entertaining look at what an average teenager thinks about.