August 17, 2020

What websites do you visit daily?

Aaron Lumsden @aaronlumsden

I'm just intrigued to know websites everyone visits daily. I'm talking about the ones that you go to get your daily fix of news & updates about your interests.

indiehackers
producthunt
hacker news
unsplash
dribbble
dev.to

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    I have a few multi reddits that I visit every day:

    • economy ( /r/economics, /r/askeconomics, /r/badeconomics )
    • indie game dev (/r/gamedesign , /r/gamedev , /r/gameideas , /r/indiedev , /r/indiegdev, /r/truegaming )
    • programming ( /r/devops, /r/django,, /r/kubernetes , /r/proceduralgeneration )
    • startups ( /r/entrepreneur , /r/entrepreneurs , /r/lifeimprovement , /r/lightbulb , /r/productivity , /r/smallbusinesses , /r/startups )
    • misc/entertainment - (/r/askreddit, /r/space)

    Then I browse indiehackers for a little bit.

  2. 2

    Open.spotify
    Radiooooo
    Producthunt
    Github
    Lesswrong.com
    Jeuxvidéo.com (indie game section)
    Indiehackers
    Twitter
    Youtube
    Udemy
    Enki.com
    B4vo.com
    Localhost:8080 :D

    to name a few that could be interesting for Indiehackers community.

  3. 2

    I have too many to mention as I subscribe to over 300 RSS feeds. Here are just a few of the main sites I visit daily:

    • Android Police
    • Ars Technica
    • Indie Hackers
    • Reddit
  4. 1

    My own blog: https://daily-dev-tips.com/ 😂
    Hashnode
    Dev.to
    LinkedIn
    Indiehackers

  5. 1

    Indie Hackers for sure

    Other than that:

    LinkedIn
    Product Hunt
    Virtual Mojito
    Twitter
    Copyblogger
    Crunchbase

  6. 1

    Indiehackers, Twitter, ProductHunt, Google Classroom because of college lectures :(

  7. 1

    Let me see....The most:

    • Indiehackers
    • Dev To
    • Dribble
    • Colors & Fonts<-- This is bias, because I made it, but I actually do use it...
    • Bulma Documentation
    • Tailwind Documentation
    • Bootstrap 5 documentation
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