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Command line reference. Minimalistic site. Linux/macOS/Windows. Developed by a dude in England.
1999-2020
- https://ss64.com/

Brain upgrades/plugins/extensions. A week of practice in some skills will decrease time and effort in life tasks.
- http://www.ludism.org/mentat

Linux information. Accidentally gives life advice. Linguistics, the destructive nature of technology, and general independence are some of the other topics he covers.
- https://lukesmith.xyz

List of recommendations for the shell.
- https://github.com/alebcay/awesome-shell

List of recommendations for Python.
- https://github.com/wavelets/awesome-python

Relatively basic introduction to JavaScript.
- http://jsforcats.com/

Not entirely sure what this is but I'm sure someone will find it useful.
- https://github.com/emijrp/all-human-knowledge

The first place to look for software recommendations. Mainly Linux-like.
- https://github.com/mayfrost/guides/blob/master/ALTERNATIVES.md

Vim-like software recommendations.
- https://reversed.top/2016-08-13/big-list-of-vim-like-software/

Language learning tool, provides subtitles and a time-scrubber(?) based on the subtitles.
- https://www.zerotohero.ca/#/

Books, new and old. No cost. Download limit per day.
- https://b-ok.org

Also think about archiving. Big sites can go down the same as small sites.
Information can be changed and misrepresented.
DVD's are a very cheap form of storage. Conventional hard drives are affordable.
Online storage is generally free. Compress 7z/zip/tar/etc., password protect if
needed and upload them to the storage provider of your choice (Googs?).

cartas // pfink@pepperdisk.com
tuiter // @pettyfink