Think Better, Be Better
- 15 Styles of Distorted Thinking – Avoid cognitive distortions that may skew the perception of your self, your relationships, and your world.
- Spotting Fake Science – Be a more critical consumer of information by knowing the good from the bad.
- List of Cognitive Biases – A more complete list of the various biases that we employ and fall prey to.
- Logical Fallacies Visualized – To be clear, you should avoid using these arguments.
- Another List of Logical Fallacies – You can never be too aware of them.
- List of Common Misconceptions – The tongue doesn’t have separate taste zones. Most of us were likely told several of these by a person in authority.
- The 10 Stuff-Ups We All Make When Interpreting Research – Not everyone makes these mistakes, but enough do to make life difficult.
- Purdue Online Writing Lab – The Purdue OWL site is the best resource for academic formatting.
- Grammarly Brower Add-On – Grammarly checks for spelling and usage errors as you type. Works with most browsers.
- Grammar Girl – Quick and dirty tips regarding many common errors in English expression. Educate yourself to set the best example possible for others.
- Common Errors in English Usage – A quite expansive list of commonly confused/misused words and phrases.
- 50 Sophisticated Words You Should Use – Having a limited vocabulary is as bad as like whatever.
- xkcd – A must-read for the academically minded (read: nerds)
- Buttersafe – Very hard to describe. Read a few before you decide to love it or hate it.
- The Perry Bible Fellowship – Dark humor three panels. There’s something for everyone.
- Cyanide & Happiness – Webcomics and short videos featuring simply drawn characters.
- Existential Comics – It’s Philosophy 101 in comic form.
- Extra Fabulous Comics – There’s just no telling what you’ll see.
- Married to the Sea – Olde tyme lithograph-style illustrations with hilarious captions
- Moonbeard – Usually safe-for-work. Oh yeah, did I mention most of the others aren’t?