Hacker News is a treasure, and not only to discuss news. 99% of the best content was not created today. This site aggregates old articles that get reposted on Hacker News, so that you have a chance to read the best ones. It's the equivalent of your cozy neighbourhood library, if…
Reddit subreddits recommender based 150+ million comments.
40,000 HackerNews book recommendations identified using NLP and deep learning. Small website that used deep learning to track down mentions of books on HackerNews and add a good UX on top of that.
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It doesn't matter in what kind of mood you are, find the perfect GIF to express it. GIPHY will provide you with all sort of amazing and funny GIFs.
Travel and explore the world of cinema. PlayPhrase claims to be the largest collection of video quotes from movies on the web.
Morbotron has almost a million Futurama searchable screencaps to easily create memes and GIFs.
This is a guide to explain how the Agency Dashboard measures and tracks implementation of Project Open Data. This website also provides a number of tools and resources to help agencies implement their open data programs and many of those are documented here as well.
The Wayback Machine is a tool by The Internet Archive that allows one to access the history of almost any website, even if it has been taken down. It has been archiving pages since 1996.
OA.mg is a search engine for academic papers. Whether you are looking for a specific paper, or for research from a field, or all of an author’s works – OA.mg is the place to find it.
With respect for the past and excitement for the future, the Steve Jobs Archive offers people the tools and opportunities to make their own contribution. Currently stands as a beautifully built archive honoring and showcasing Steve's values.
Andi is a conversational search engine to browse the web via talking to a bot. It's free, ad-free, tracking-free and anonymous.
A website that shines some light on what is being done behind the curtain. What legislation is being worked on by congress, what companies are lobbying on those legislations and what congressmen are trading on the companies being affected by legislation. Very good idea although …
A search engine for TV shows. To get started just start typing a quotation and find where and when it was said.
Getyarn is a tool to search video clips from movies. It is like Giphy, but with short clips (with sound) instead of GIF's. This allows you to easily create memes from sentences and quotes from your favourite movies.
Killed by Google is an ever-growing list of products and startups that didn't survive. You can find your old friends here, or projects that were never born ⚰️ 💀 😢 Well, at least they've killed Google+ for good. Oh, and it is ad free and open source! ✅
Park cars side-by-side for a FRONT/SIDE/REAR car size comparison. Explore 790K+ comparison combinations for car models since 1908.
Not unlike The Internet Archive, Archive.ph takes a 'snapshot' of a webpage that will always be online even if the original page disappears.
It saves a text and a graphical copy of the page for better accuracy
and provides a short and reliable link to an unalterable record of …
With us you search the web anonymously, we do not track you, the search queries and the results are encrypted
and the query is not visible in the address bar.