Whichbook

Bookaholic: If you ever find yourself struggling to pick your next book to read, let Whichbook help you choose. Users can interact with several personality sliders to help them decide what book they should read next. The sliders include happy and sad, funny and serious, safe, and disturbing, gentle and violent, and many others.

Freelance Writing

Job Seeker: This source of writing jobs is excellent for freelancers all over the map, from brand spanking new to very experienced. It’s easy to filter for the type of job you want and the experience you have, and it’s totally free.

Brad Lhotsky' blog

theMage: Edge of sanity is the blood of Brad Lhotsky, a developer.

LinkUp

Job Seeker: LinkUp adds up-to-date job listings in dozens of fields including education, finance, healthcare, law, marketing, and tech. The site is free to use, and job seekers can browse through all opportunities without signing up for an account.

Open game art

Game Dev: Open game art is a game asset gallery where you can find a lot of game assets with free and prejudice licenses

Simply Hired

Job Seeker: One of the best things about Simply Hired is that you can browse freelance jobs in your nearby location. Additionally, there is a list of top salaries and a tool to estimate your fee. This is helpful to benchmark for a specific work you want to do. You’ll also be able to create a resume from the website and learn many things from their blog.

Framework laptop

theMage: Framework is designing a new laptop that is reparable, upgradable and customizable.

Comics Kingdom

Comic's Collector: The comics kingdom is a website with several dozens of cartoons.

LinkedIn

Job Seeker: Your LinkedIn profile serves as a public digital resume and portfolio and gets sent to recruiters once you’ve applied for a role, so it’s important to invest the time and effort to make sure it’s detailed, accurate, and optimized for search. It’s free to create a LinkedIn profile and browse opportunities.

Antirez

theMage: This is the blog of Salvatore Sanfilippo, best known as Antirez, the author of Redis.