There are so many websites on the internet that it is so hard to separate useful ones from trash websites. Useful websites allow people to use them in a very useful and helpful way. Here are 30 useful websites from which allow photoshop to serve as a useful library.
1. Dolly Partons Imagination Library
Dolly Partons Imagination Library if you have a child younger than 5. The send an age appropriate book once a month. It’s amazing! I have so many books for my daughter since I signed up and she loves getting them in the mail!
2. Project Gutenberg
Project Gutenberg. Lots of free classic books.
Photopea. It’s a Photoshop clone that is completely free (unintrusive side banner ad, can be removed by a one time payment) and has all the basic features of Photoshop, using basically the same interface. If you’re used to Photoshop and just need to get something quick done, there’s nothing better out there. Best of all, it’s completely contained within your browser. There’s no installation, no local files, not even an account or sign in.
4. Khan Academy
Use Khan Academy for literally everything. It’s free knowledge that you can use to clep out of university courses, or to simply invest your time in a worthwhile topic. Free quality education is best education.
Skiplagged for flights. It’s so good that United sued them and lost.
They essentially exploit the pricing manipulation that airlines use. Example, if you want to go from Phoenix to Atlanta, sometimes a ticket from Phoenix to Ft. Lauderdale connecting through Atlanta is cheaper. This website finds those flights for ya. Just don’t check in a bag!
Scihub. Endless Free college books
7. My 90s TV
This is more of a novelty website, but I think it’s pretty cool and you can lose yourself for hours with nostalgia. It basically uses YouTube videos to simulate watching TV in 90s and you can specify what year you want and what categories you want to see when you change channels.
There is also a My 80s TV and a My 70s TV
Freecycle its litterly people giving away stuff they dont need/want any more that they can’t/don’t care enough to sell
Archive has lots of old but free content. For example a lot of DOS games, directly playable through the browser.
GIMP, it’s a free version of photoshop.