There are currently over 1.86 Billion websites.

Few provide any real value.

Here are 7 that do: ๐Ÿงต

1/ Attend the Ivy League:

Always thought it would be cool to go to an Ivy League school?

Here's your chance.

Free lecture notes, exams, and videos from MIT.

2/ Millions of books: Available for free.

Booklists seem to be all the rage recently on Twitter.

(I'm guilty of posting a couple myself)

Instead of a list, here's a link to a library full of them.

The goal:
"A web page for every book ever published."

3/ Talks from a wide-ranging group of thinkers & doers.

If you enjoy TED, you should check out 99U "The Talks."

Past speakers include executives and creators from the New York Times, Netflix, Google, & more.

4/ I love documentaries.

As you know, many can be found on the major streaming services.

What you may not know? There are literally thousands of others available for free.

Here's a good place to start:

5/ The Smithsonian Learning Lab:

A collection of treasures from the world's largest museum, education, and research complex.

The Lab is an interactive platform with millions of authentic digital resources & online content creation tools.

6/ A library of over 60,000 free eBooks.

A mixture of free "e-published" & Kindle eBooks you can download or read online.

7/ Learn to code for free:

It's never too late to learn a new skill & I think it's safe to say, computers aren't going away anytime soon.

HTML, CSS, Python & more.

They also have an awesome YouTube channel with 1,000's of hours of instructional videos.

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