See also: Disability language best practices
Wordnik shows definitions from multiple sources, so you can see as many different takes on a word’s meaning as possible.
Looks like the thesaurus might be good, will have to try more words 😉
First phrase I looked up was wine-dark which has always stuck with me from the Odyssey, but they didn’t have it 🤷♀️
Learn history visually
The 2023 reading log is here! It can help you track your reading stats and generate infographics to help you achieve your reading goals.
👀 This could be handy for tracking my reading.
The links below have helped me in my ongoing accessibility education. Most of these are beginner-friendly entry points to what can be a broad and sometimes complex topic.
A11y is a compact abbreviation for accessibility with 11 (eleven) representing the count of letters between the letter a and the letter y.
😅 I’ve seen A11y before and thought it was leet speak for “ally,” calling out the common problem of 1s looking like lowercase l’s in some typefaces. This… makes more sense 😂
Every single one of these posts is meant to be a masterlist of books that pertain to a certain identity. They are periodically updated as new books come out or are brought to my attention, so don’t hesitate to check back. Race & Ethnicity representation Books with Black main characters. Books with latinx main characters. Books with Native/Indigenous main characters. Books by South Asian authors.192 books Books by East and South East Asian authors. 432 books Books with north african and middle eastern representation. Books written by Pacific Islanders. LGBTQIAP+ representation Books with bisexual main characters. Books with pansexual main characters. Books with main f/f relationships.430 books Books with transgender and/or non-binary main characters. Books with aro-spec main characters. Books with ace-spectrum nain characters. Disability & Neurodiversity representation Books with anxiety representation. Books with depression representation. Other Books by Muslim authors.
All 2,242 of James Sowerby’s illustrations from his compendium of knowledge about mineralogy in Great Britain and beyond published between 1802 and 1817 and arranged by color.
Timeless articles from the belly of the internet.
Manually curated. Served 5 at a time.
Like this idea. Somewhat wary about the curation: who’s choosing the articles (one person, an editorial team…?), do they have selection criteria that considers bias in publishing and draws from reputable sources, what is their background (do they have a political bias or subject focus, if so do those complement my views and interests?), where are they sourcing these articles? No transparency on the website.
How much of CO2 emissions come from electricity, transport, or land use? What activities do our greenhouse gases comes from?