Hey Indie Hackers!
There's so much information online, and everyone gets swamped with things to read.
But it's hard to find relevant, actually useful information. Were you ever frustrated how Google shows every page regardless of quality? Do you ever go through your read-it-later list?
Books are the best we have for learning and discovering ideas, but they take days to read. Where are the essays by Paul Graham, Wait But Why, or Farnam Street we were so excited about years ago?
That's what the Timeless Blogs Search is about:
And it works! Try searching for some topics on lindylearn.io/blogs: for example writing, career, podcast, money, startups, scale, or culture
For a drastic comparison, try the same search on Google or your social media platform of choice.
Showing blog posts people learned from (not which they clicked on), is like combining all the great recommendations you get from friends once in a while. I hope that’s as useful to you as it is to me.
Do you like the idea, and see yourself using the website? Any suggestions or feedback?