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  1. Wayback Downloads | Recover your website for only $11

    Sends you a tidied up package of website pages and assets from the Wayback Machine. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  2. ‘Succession’ creator Jesse Armstrong is ready to talk about the series finale : NPR

    Interview. “It’s not that I don’t think people are capable of change or growth. I guess I would say they happen rarely, slowly and not necessarily all in one direction…” (via Ask MetaFilter)

  3. Historical timeline maker | Timeline creator for students | Aeon Timeline

    Paid app for Mac, Windows or iOS. Haven’t tried it but looks interesting. (via Ask a MetaFilter)

  4. Timeline

    Timeline.js. “Easy-to-make, beautiful timelines” on the web using a Google Spreadsheet or JSON as a source. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  5. Does Marie Kondo’s Method Really Work? - The Atlantic

    Talking to a bunch of people who tried her method to get rid of belongings, and how things are a few years later. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  6. Basic Techniques: How to Make Any Chinese Stir Fry (小炒基础) : Cooking

    Very informative description, from the Chinese Cooking Demystified YouTube channel. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  7. yt-dlp/yt-dlp: A youtube-dl fork with additional features and fixes

    I didn’t know there was this fork of youtube-dl that is now considered the thing to use for YouTube downloading. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  8. hartator/wayback-machine-downloader: Download an entire website from the Wayback Machine.

    Ruby script. I can see this being useful one day. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  9. Catalog all your data on Disks, DVDs, and CDs with NeoFinder!

    Looks pretty impressive, for organising music, video, photos (Exif, IPTC, XMP data, and a map). For Mac, plus iOS apps for searching your database. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  10. German resources - A language learners’ forum

    Lots of courses, exercises, exams, etc. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  11. German exercises - practice grammar online

    More of this. It helps me just to keep doing exercises but I soon exhaust any individual site. (vis Ask MetaFilter)

  12. Sweet Home 3D - Draw floor plans and arrange furniture freely

    Despite the cutesy name, this looks like a really good open source floorplanning software. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  13. Revolutions

    “A weekly podcasting exploring great political revolutions.” (via Ask MetaFilter)

  14. @lemonodor/Advisory Circular bots / Twitter

    Twitter bots that automatically post when a helicopter’s detected flying in circles over a particular city. Includes @SkyCirclesLON. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  15. Core Strength Hip Strength Hip Mobility - -

    Post-run exercises. An improved version of his Myrtl routine, which I’ve been doing until now. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  16. Swim Smooth vs. Total Immersion : Swimming

    I re-learned swimming years ago from the TI book alone, and haven’t thought to read much about it since. So this (9-year-old) critique is fascinating, and makes complete sense to me.

  17. Scenario Magazine

    “The magazine about tomorrow – made in collaboration with writers, thinkers, & artists from around the globe.” Quarterly. hadn’t heard of this. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  18. Free German Online Courses Level A1 to B1 | DW Learn German

    These seem really good, especially for free. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  19. LEM Swap UK | Low End Mac

    Maybe this is a good place to find a home for some of those old OS/application CDs I still have… (via Ask MetaFilter)

  20. It’s A Digital Disease!

    r/DataHoarder. This subreddit looks both interesting and enabling. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  21. Bandsintown | Live Music, Concert Tickets & Tour Dates

    See what’s on in particular towns or cities. Not sure how it compares to Songkick, which I use via RSS. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  22. Darebee - Fitness On Your Terms.

    Ad- and promotion-free, user-supported collection of fitness programmes. (via Ask MetaFilter)


    Tools for turning web pages into newspaper-style PDFs, generating RSS feeds for sites that don’t have them, etc. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  24. Rebrickable - Build with LEGO

    Enter what Lego sets you own and see what user-contributed models you an make from those parts. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  25. Rate My Treads

    I love the effort and expense of these really specific consumer tests - which boots are grippiest on ice? (via Ask MetaFilter)

  26. Geo for Bootstrap, a Timeless Theme by Divshot

    A GeoCities-style Bootstrap theme. File under ideas I wish I’d had. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  27. Robert’s Ultimate Guide to all 24 hours of Pharrell Williams’ Happy Video

    I admire such completionism, even if it’s not quite completed. (via Ask MetaFilter)

  28. All Things Linguistic

    A blog about linguistics, by Gretchen McCulloch, focusing on the net and space and that kind of thing. Loads of fascinating posts. (via Ask MeFi)

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