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RI#201 - Tolerance paradox/ Online courses/ Bookmarks manager

RI#201 - Tolerance paradox/ Online courses/ Bookmarks manager
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🌐 Websites

  • One Tab Group is a chromium-based extension that allows you to manage your tabs & tab groups in one place. One-click to aggregate all tabs & tab groups into one session. /Chrome, Brave, Edge
  • OpenCourser provides learners with the most authoritative content about online courses and MOOCs. You'll be able to search and get at-a-glance information on over 16,000 courses. You'll also be able to read reviews, get course recommendations, enroll in courses, and more.

📝 Articles

  • A long-forgotten German economist argued that society and the economy would be better off if money was a perishable good. Was he an anarchist crank or the prophet of a better world?
  • Back in the 1940s, the philosopher Karl Popper came up with  something called “The Paradox of Tolerance” It goes like this:

📱 Apps

  • Sitch goes back to the basics of social networking when it was all about deepening connections with those you care about. Effortlessly let others know how you're doing and see how they are at any given time. /Android, iOS

I believe that apps like this one are the future of social networking. In the end, social media should be an extension to the real life connections, not a substitute.

  • Linker is your all-in-one bookmark and snippets manager. All your bookmarks and snippets in a single place with easy access from any device. /Android, iOS, Chrome

✨ Inspiration

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