These are some of the places on the Internet that I like.

(I set aside some of my monthly monies to pay for these fantastic resources on the Internet.)

Erowid: Documenting the complex relationships between humans & psychoactives

The best place to visit if you want to know more about any and every drug in the world. The site has an ancient design that makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside.

The Experience Vaults contain trip reports which are in turn insightful, invigorating, alarming and fill you with a deep desire to try out these altered states of mind.

Caravan Magazine: A journal of politics and culture

The finest political and cultural magazine of India. Each edition takes at least a month and a half to chew through.

Riseup: A project to create democratic alternatives and practice self-determination by controlling our own secure means of communications.

Have had an email account from these good Seattle based folks for ages. Their work is increasingly becoming necessary in these troubling times. Their list of radical servers and heaps of tutorials on privacy are vital resources.

Reddit: The front page of the Internet

The premier way of finding new content or wasting time on the Internet. In particular, the AskReddit and InternetIsBeautiful communities are spectacular.

TVTropes: The all devouring pop culture wiki

As a writer and purveyor of literary devices TVTropes is a black hole in every sense of the word. The outside world speeds up as you pore over every single thing written on a trope page, while your browser starts crashing after the tab count reaches 276. 

Kurzgesagst: A Munich based YouTube channel and design studio with a distinctive perspective on design, color and story telling.

Beautifully animated educational videos. Patreon them away, folks!

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