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http://www.duolingo.com/ - essentially a free version of Rosetta-Stonehttp://justinguitar.com/ - guitar lessons in various styles for freehttp://www.cookingforengineers/ - GASTRONOMYhttp://www.thedatingspecialist.com/ - advice on how to approach social situationshttp://www.nerdfitness.com/ - exercises for those of lesser physical staminahttp://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm - selection of MIT classes for freehttp://www.investopedia.com - business for dummieshttp://www.quora.com/ - forum for asking famous/ knowledgeable people questionshttp://www.informationisbeautiful.net/ - visual representations of data. IE: money lost due to data breaches of companies/ organizationshttp://spreeder.com/ - teaches you to speed readhttp://www.gutenberg.org/ - checkout books, and never return themhttp://www.geographyiq.com/ - the love child of Google Earth and Wikipediahttp://ankisrs.net/ - study aid, think flash cards, but with video/ audio/ pictureshttp://www.lumosity.com/ - similar to the NDS's Brain Age Academy and other games in that veinhttp://www.ted.com/ - smart people saying smart things on smart subjects (and dumb ones)http://cliffnotes.com/ - study guides and other things of that sort to help you learn betterhttp://pinfruit.com/ - can create mnemonic devices for numbers (and only numbers so far)http://www.mindtools.com/index.html - teaches you 'practical career skills'http://www.learnstreet.com/ - a different flavor of codeacademy, teaches you advanced coding scriptshttp://www.howstuffworks.com - self explanatoryhttps://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/ - the Man reveals (some) of his secretshttp://www.onelook.com/ - google-like dictionary, gives you definitions from multiple dictionarieshttps://www.couchsurfing.org/ - facebook for tourists, lets you connect with others around the world in your or your target areaI found a picture with 25 'useful' websites, gave a short summary on each. Enjoy.P.S. I was too lazy to turn all of those websites into links, lemme know if you REALLY want me to slave away and put in the extra effort
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p.s. Imagine if everyone put forward their own lists, What a resource we would have. What an education we could make together. Life's too short for half-measures. Everyone starts by going all in, not everybody know it tho'
Couple of my frequently-visited-sites:http://www.foreignpolicy.com/ - on foreign policyhttp://www.cf2r.org/ - on security issues (lots of it is in French though)http://www.debka.com/ - as above, from Israel's point of viewhttp://www.fas.org/sgp/library/ - loads of security related stuff toohttp://obcyjezykpolski.interia.pl/ - Polish language explained (in Polish ;)http://www.washingtonpost.com/david-ignatius/2011/02/17/ABXXcOJ_page.html - on international relations, US policy and some-other-important-matters as wellhttp://swiatczytnikow.pl/ - on e-books, readers and stuff (in Polish)Some of those Dan mentioned are pretty cool and worth adding to Favourites.
Nice list. Looking forward to having a look. Foreign policy issues fascinate.
This is a fantastic website, definiteley worth following (and donating!)http://www.brainpickings.org/