Quoted Wars of Conflicting Webs by Kicks Condor (kickscondor.com)
Big problem, though: Beaker (Dat) doesn’t store differences. And TiddlyWiki is one big file. So every time you save, it keeps the old one saved and the network starts to fill with these old copies. And you can easily have a 10 meg wikiβ€”you get a hundred days of edits under your belt and you’ve created some trouble for yourself.

I went a different way with my tiddlywiki after trying the Beaker approach because of the way it handles versioning. When I tried hashbase.io, my little 2mb file was using 70mb of space on the server (and I was only getting started).

The following sites have a few things in common – they were each originally featured as a daily pointer 10 or more years ago and their sites have been regularly updated through a point in 2018. Kudos to all of them. And to you, enjoy!

Blogs:

Other:

  • baffle.js
    A tiny (~1.8kb) javascript library for obfuscating and revealing text in DOM elements.
  • Do I leak?
    Your digital footprint might be giving you away…
  • Express
    Fast, unopinionated, minimalist web framework for Node.js
  • Helium
    A floating browser window for OS X
  • hledger
    Simple, precise, plain text accounting.
  • Responsive Typo
    Font-size based on your screen-size… In pure css please.
  • rscss
    Styling CSS without losing your sanity
  • Rspamd
    Fast, free and open-source spam filtering system.
  • Tachyons
    Create fast loading, highly readable, and 100% responsive interfaces with as little css as possible.
  • Tox
    A New Kind of Instant Messaging
  • Typography Cheatsheet
    A comprehensive guide to using proper typographic characters, including correct grammatical usage.
  • Usable Privacy Policy Project
    Towards Effective Web Privacy Notice and Choice