There was a time when people with personal websites had a "links" or "resources" page where they would list the web resources they found interesting. This was a simple and independent way to advertise web pages on the Internet without relying on advertizing services. In this page I want to do something similar. This is a list of YouTube channels, blogs and books I find worth sharing.
- Ben Eater: this guy will teach you how to build a CPU from scratch;
- EEVblog: an hacker from down-under;
- ElectroBOOM: 1000 ways to die;
- w2aew: ham radio operator with good EE videos;
- learnelectronics: digital and analog electronics videos, really nice guy;
- numberphile: good math videos;
- 3BBlue1Brown: superb math videos;
- TheMathSorcerer: an old math wizard with a lot of books;
- Eddie Woo: helps you prepare math exams;
- ComputerScienceLessons: helps you prepare first year CS exams;
- Computerphile: really nice content;
- MentalOutlaw: privacy, Linux and a lot more of good stuff;
- Gavin Freeborn: videos about LISP;
- Luke Smith: american ruralist who hates roads;
- LandChad.net: how to turn yourself into an Internet landlord;
- 0xdeadbeer: old-school blog about Linux, cybersecurity and anything in between.
- Solene'%: a blog about openBSD and nixOS;
- Jacob Smith: digital minimalism and slow life;
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