Now you can learn anything from coding, designing, art, business management, improvement of intellectual abilities and more. To begin use these 50+ wonderful sites which can help you with learning a lot in any discipline.
1 Brain Pickings – It is one of the most interesting, elevating and timeless sites in the world. Maria Popova collects bits of writing and illustrations on psychology, philosophy, language and writing, and histories and distils them to provide a solution to you. Like many, if you celebrate intellect more than material then it is a gold mine for you.
2 TED – TED features powerful talks from pioneers and specialists in their fields, for example, – Richard Branson, Tony Robbins, Steve Jobs, Stephen Hawking and many more. Here are few must watch TED talks:
3 Stack Exchange – Brilliant stage where you find answers to complex and technical questions instantly. Most answers are highly precise and composed by master in their field.
4 ZenHabits – A rousing blog by Leo Babauta about implementing zen habits, for example, improving life, living cheaply, inner satisfaction, inspiration, health habits and instilling great habits in daily life. His book “The Power of Less” has helped many to make significant changes in their life – a great read.
5 Daily Writing Tips – A noteworthy site for every individual who is keen on figuring out how to write. It contains priceless tips to improve writing.
6 Gibbon – It provides resources from the web in a list, to learn the specific skills. There is a lot to learn here.
7 Wikipedia – It is widely popular and there has been numerous questions on the nature of information it offers. Despite the fact that seeing from another perspective – It gives you huge amount of validated information for free which can’t be found in one all around solidified reference book, anywhere else.
8 Growth Hackers – A goldmine for new businesses and entrepreneurs which focuses on using economical marketing methods to sell and gain exposure.
9 Investopedia – Words like investing, stocks & finances, horrify you? Well, not any longer. Investopedia is a simple to understand online dictionary of finance, forex, wealth creation, credit cards and protection and lots more.
10 Mental Floss – A site loaded up with many fascinating articles about facts, news, trivia and quizzes. Everything has been introduced in a humorous way and is fun to learn.
11 Grammarly – Platform to immediately check your writing for grammar, punctuation, style & more. They post interesting grammar tips on daily basis and discussions on their Facebook and Twitter page.
12 Labnol.org – Digital Inspiration is an award winning blog by Amit Agarwal who is writing on technology hacks, web applications, how to guides, and consumer electronics. He is also the author of the book “The Most Useful Websites”.
13 Litemind – A great site which helps you explore ways to use your brain more effectively. It highlights simple activities to boost your brain power, mental aptitude, escape thinking traps, improve problem solving abilities, perfect memory and more.
14 Entrepreneur – Famous site for new and established entrepreneurs about advice, insights, profiles and guides. Their content is easy to understand and follow.
15 Mix – A simple way to discover new sites, photos, articles and videos over the web. It has enormous number of categories to choose from. Example: If you are into “Art” you can specifically choose the category to find discover art related content.
16 Big Think – Many top thinkers and practitioners, for example, Guy Kawasaki, Walter Isaacson and Dan Harris add to the knowledge available on the Big Think. Every idea filters through its significance, importance and application.
17 The Mind Unleashed – A blog about spirituality, awareness, well being, paradigm shift, world truth and science which makes you to ponder and question existence of different things.
18 Goodreads – It is the world’s largest website for readers and book recommendations. It is a kind of social network where you can choose what to read next, see what others are reading, review the book you like, join various reading groups and more.
19 How Stuff Works – It’s an award winning site which includes simple to understand answers and explanations to how world really works. They simplify complex concepts, terminologies and mechanisms, including articles, images, videos and animations.
21 BBC Future – a definitive manual for some innovative ideas in science, technology and well-being that are changing our everyday world. Each topic is well explained with in-depth articles, videos or interactive media.
22 99U – Award winning site which highlights action oriented insights from leading specialists and visionary creatives.
23 Fast Company – An excellent site about technology, ethonomics, leadership and design. It inspires readers to think beyond traditional limits and create a superior future.
24 eHow – eHow is an online “How To” guides directory with a lots of articles and videos offering simple to adhere step by step instructions. They have an engaging YouTube channel filled with short videos on how things work.
25 Power Searching With Google – Google has become a significant part of our day to day lives yet few people know how to harness its true potential. This will help you learn how to find the most relevant information through Google.
26 Make Use of – An enormous site which covers recommendations, guides and answers to internet, iOS, Windows, Mac, android, gaming, hardware and other related topics.
27 Quora – A huge network of people who take part in questions and answers. Questions can range from simple life issue to the world epidemic, or anything that matter. It is very addictive and a gigantic source of knowledge.
28 Fact Slides – Compelling site which showcases proven facts about various topics, for example, money, psychology, women, Google, pollution, countries and many more.
29 8 Facts – Various random facts in pictures. You can experience the facts easily using their Facebook page.
30 Reddit – A stage which permits users to submit and curate content. There are many topics where new information is added in every second.
31 Code.org – Simple and interactive tutorials to learn code, develop applications and games. It is a non-profit organization that endeavors students to learn computer engineering.
32 Writer’s Digest – A gem of resource for new and established writers. It highlights tips, stories, how-to guides and courses for writers.
33 Makezine – For people who love making things and working on complex projects which can be accomplished with household items or cheap materials. Make features electronics, PCs, robotics, carpentry, metal works, paper craft, 3D printing, art and design and more project fields.
34 Scribd – A big digital library of digital books and audio-book which can be subscribed for a monthly payment.
35 LifeHacker – A fruitful web blog about life hacks and application recommendations. It provides answer to simple issues to save time and efforts.
36 Learn Genetics – Learn about genetics, cell biology, human well-being, evolution and environment, neuroscience and scientific tools in an interactive way.
37 Outgrow.me – A commercial center for effectively crowedfunded products. Learn and generate ideas from numerous creative and innovative products.
38 The Good Men Project – Great source of stories revolving around the question – “What does it mean to be a good man?”. It has covered topics, for example, stereotyping of men, relationships, social issues, age and raising young men.
39 Forvo – The biggest pronunciation guide site on the Internet. All pronunciation are submitted by users and reviewed by volunteer group of editors.
40 Hyper Allergic – The site portrays itself as a “forum for serious, energetic, and radical thinking”. Their articles are in-depth and very canny.
41 Geek Wire – Covers the most widely followed topics and technology based companies. Its focus is to share news on consumer electronics that is important.
42 The Daily What – Covers most recent moving topics from all over the web. Animals, art, celebrities, politics, sports, tech, geek, news, videos, viral and WTF, are the topics covered in the site.
43 The Whole Brain Atlas – A site by Harvard which explains different parts of brain. – How it functions and what causes specific brain diseases.
44 Human Anatomy – This site will assist you with finding out about human life structures and its functions. Every topic is clarified in simple terms alongside pictures.
45 Today I Found Out – A daily blog about interesting facts, for example, – why New York is called “Big Apple” or what causes arms, feet, and legs to “Fall Asleep”.
46 Wikiquote – Run by Wikimedia Foundation. It is a huge collection of quotes from notable people and creative works in various languages and translation of non-English quotations.
47 Instructables – Collection of user made DIY projects. All projects can be remarked and rated by other users for quality. It has loads of simple step by step DIY projects which can be finished using household materials or cheap materials.
48 OpenIDEO – A worldwide open platform by IDEO to solve big challenges for social good with creative ideas and methods.
49 GOOD.is – A site with lots of interesting content about the stuff that is important.
50 Hack A Day – A daily blog about PC software and hardware hacks for convenience, novelty, functional and creative reasons.
51 Farnam Street – A stunning site by Shane Parrish, about learning new things and associating ideas over numerous disciplines. He says “I want to go to bed every night smarter than when I woke up.” Information on the blog is intriguing which will make you to consider.