Below are miscellaneous links.
Firefox Browser Firefox is the only mainstream (open source) browser that, currently, respects your privacy and freedom. It's the browser I use. I recommend it on Desktop and Mobile.
Linux Mint Linux Mint is an operating system and a free / open source alternative to Windows. Let's face facts, Windows 10 has become spyware, and you cannot turn off all the spying.
Twitter and Facebook (the notorious spyware corp) are left-biased due to woke corporate censorship of common-place views. And your parents are on it, probably posting trash. Run! Below are some less-censored / more open social nets. If nothing else, you can go here to see news and opinions that the main-stream-media (MSM) and corporate social nets like Twitter and Facebook do not want you to know.
Below are various accounts I set up, as a kind of personal bookmarking set-up.
Arty sites. Eadon on:Flickr. NewTumbl, a less censored version of Tumbler apparently. imgur Pinterest Tumbler Artstation Behance
Also: Java Blog (not mine) The Server Side Java-centric Blog.
Some generic links to sites I visit occasionally
Politics Guido Fawkes Politics Blog. The comments are the best. Also more of what the MSM refuses to tell you: Breitbart Spectator
Popular Science Quanta Has quality mathematics articles for the layman. Also, sadly, mostly bullshit articles about the "Multiverse" etc.
High Energy Particle Physics Blog Great Particle Physics Blog. Also, Not even wrong Blog. The blogger lacks a sense of humour, but the site is a good antidote against pseudo-science like String Theory and Multiverse nonsense. Sometimes the comments are entertaining. Computer stuff: TCEC Chess engine leagues, https://blog.lczero.orgLC0 Neural Net chess engine blog, StockfishStockfish blog.
Poker Poker News. My own feeling is that online poker is in deep trouble, because deep-learning AI is getting stronger at crushing the games. As that happens, it will be difficult for humans to survive long in both tournaments and cash games, killing most online poker. I used to play online poker a lot, over a period of a few years. I even wrote software for that. But in the end, once I had figured out the mysteries, the addiction and mystery of it faded, and I went back to my IT career, which is infinitely more varied than playing cards. But it was hell of a trip :) I feel sorry for poker pros now. The games are tougher every year, and websites, seeking profits, take more money off the table.
For this links page, I've revisited a list of sites I've not visited in years, like these. I'm not saying they're any good.
Blogger Profile: Blogger, Medium, Etsy
Reddit, SaidIt and 9Gag The worlds most depressing social network is, of course, Linked In LinkedIn. It crushes the soul, doesn't it? Also:
MySpace My Space from when it was all the rage. Sadly the same fate hasn't befallen the corporate Facebook spyware machine. And: About.me site. Twitter: Twitter