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Libraries!
Mydora A web player streaming from an archive of music saved before the shutdown of MySpace in 2009.
LibGen Contains a bunch of books, helpful if you're a student and can't afford to pay a billion for books.
Podcasts
The Blood Zone A podcast where Liz Ryerson and a guest explore different media beyond surface value aesthetic, delving deeper into the 'blood' that flows through it.
Srsly Wrong Prepared audio content promoting utopian leftism, primarily Library Socialism, through explanation of actual theory, hyperbole, good jokes and fun sketches.
Woodland Secrets merritt k has interesting conversations with a new guest on every episode, mostly people working in media in some way (like video game development, illustration, writing, etc.). It is no longer running unfortunately, but there is a large archive of very good episodes to dive into.
Lo-fi Let's Play (not actually a podcast, but I feel like it kind of serves the same purpose?) Using the pleasant lo-fi of her laptop microphone and desktop recording software, writer and narrative designer Leigh Alexander plays old adventure games while speaking about her relationship to them, her childhood computer memories and other topics inspired by playing the game.
Games
Hypnospace Outlaw A game set in an alternate version of 1999, where a company named 'Merchantsoft' has developed a version of the Internet that you can use while sleeping. You play as an enforcer (Hypnospace version of moderator) tasked with cracking down on anything from copyright infringement to harassment. It is filled with incredible music from real fake bands, all recorded specifically for the game, has tons of very fun websites to visit and a cast of characters that are both hilarious and deeply relatable. Hypnospace Outlaw is the reason I made my website.
Push Push Penguin A game I played a lot back in 2004. I think it might have been on a CD for a computer magazine, because I didn't have an internet connection back then, so that was my only source of new content. It's a remake of SEGA's Pengo from 1982, featuring a very cute penguin, charming graphics and hours of fun gameplay.
Frog Fractions: Game of the Decade Edition A fun edutainment game that teaches you fractions! If it starts to get a little boring then try to swim down to the bottom of the pond if you can!
Website Toolz
w3schools I would never have made a single website without w3schools
freeCodeCamp A site that hosts a wide range of tutorials in coding. They have both an HTML and a CSS tutorial with great examples, that runs you through the basics of creating your own website from scratch fairly quickly.
NeoCities It's the place hosting this website! It supports HTML and CSS, has no templates and works great if you want to make a website from scratch in the tedious way.
dirtymarkup Handy site if you're anything like me and tend to get messy with your code.
Best Animations Very good and charmingly messy collection of GIFs.
fg-a.com/ This site has animated backgrounds for your website and some nice clipart as well




























































































































































































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