What a headline
- The Jerusalem Post had one of the best headlines covering an astronomical event in Texas this week: Corgi-sized meteor as heavy as 4 baby elephants hit Texas - NASA
- Prepend an online recipe with "cooked.wiki" (cooked.wiki/https://...) to remove the life story from the kale and potato soup you want to make. (h/t Kai)
- This site lets you filter Google Fonts by stylistic tags (like "flared", "art deco") rather than the standard "serif", "display", etc. This can make finding fonts by theme much easier. It's also open source. (h/t Stef Walter)
- If you're a Mastodon post bookmarker, you should take a look at this little service by Markus Unterwaditzer to get an RSS feed for tracking. I use bookmarks constantly, so this is a big help for my workflow.
Another blog directory
I've made a specific effort to expand my RSS reading this year. I've subscribed to some new sites via Mastodon, which works well, but only as well as what I look at there.
I came across a directory of blogs at ooh.directory which has topically-categorized blogs from all over the Internet. There's a lot to go through but it's become a handy site to look at from time to time when I'm looking for something new. There are currently 1500+ sites with new ones being added regularly. It has a high proportion of arts & media, which is not a realm I'm connected to, so it's a good way to expand my influences.