• TED
  • TED-ed

Books  and stories

  • Audible
  • Sacred Texts – one of my oldest favourites, along with Gutenberg. Focuses on collecting texts about religion, spirituality, myth.
  • Folklore and fairy tales
  • Amazon Kindle
  • Google Books
  • Bookmate – social app / subscription-based / access to thousands of books
  • Netgalley – get a book free, write a review
  • (via Moonreader)
  • Comixology – for comics and graphic novels


  • – in the absence of access to institutional resources, I use that to find research material. It’s subscription-based but has a few things I need.
  • Researcher app – seems good for journals. You can set up a feed consisting of your research interests and turn on “open access” filter.
  • World E-Book Library –  interested in this one
  • might be an interesting alternative. Has an app and is subscription-based like bookmate



  • Goodreads