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  • Perplexity is my favourite LLM-based product so far. It’s an AI search engine that summarises web content and provides citation-backed answers. Its related questions are surprisingly accurate, making it a joy to dive into a rabbit hole of detailed knowledge and exploration.

  • This Notion page, created by Remon Leijtens, features a curated collection of 256 free fonts. It includes previews for each font, making it easy to find suitable typefaces for any project.

  • Flowt.ai is a cloud platform for running ComfyUI workflows without the hassle of configuration. It supports model imports from Civit.ai, Hugging Face, and Google Drive. I was particularly impressed by the fast response and support from the founder.

  • Dense Dicovery

    Dense Discovery is a newsletter by Kai Brach. It curates links on design, tech, sustainability, and urbanism, offering a thoughtful selection of apps, tools, books, and articles. I love the aesthetics of the emails, and the selection of illustrations and quotes is always inspiring.

  • RightFont is the best font management app for Mac I have found so far. It features an intuitive macOS UI that is easy to use. The best part is you can toggle each font on or off, which is very handy when testing web fonts during development.

  • Station Eleven is a TV series about the stories of survivors of a pandemic. Unlike other post-apocalyptic series, this show is humane, optimistic and beautiful. It’s based on the bestselling novel of the same title.

  • Darkroom is a photo editing app available on iOS and macOS. It completely replaced my need for Adobe Lightroom, so it's the only photo editing app I use for every photo I take.

  • Concepts is a sketch app available on pretty much every mobile platform. Using this app is like handwriting or drawing on an infinite canvas with pens of various sizes, types and colours. It's one of the apps I use the most on my iPad.

  • Chernobyl
    TV Series

    HBO's Chernobyl is a miniseries based on the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in 1986, created and written by Craig Mazin and directed by Johan Renck.

  • Pocket Casts is a podcast app available on iOS, Android and web. It has been my go-to podcast app since 2016, and I still haven't found anything else comparable.

  • Bobby is an iOS app for subscription tracking. This is a very well-designed app with many handy features such as currency conversion and billing reminders.

  • 1password is undoubtedly the best password management software on the market. It is seamlessly integrated with both iPhone and Mac.

  • Devs
    TV Series

    Devs is a science fiction miniseries created, written, and directed by Alex Garland, who also directed Ex Machina. This show perfectly weaves topics such as quantum computing, fatalism, and messiah that are unlikely to mix at all.

  • Free Solo

    Free Solo is a documentary about an American rock climber, Alex Honnold. It captures him planning and performing free solo climbing El Capitan. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever watched.

  • Syntax

    Syntax is a podcast by Wes Bos and Scott Tolinski. It covers a wide range of topics related to web development. Since both hosts teach web development for living, they are good at explaining new or complex technologies in a comprehensible way.

  • Things is an ultimate to-do app available on macOS, iOS, and WatchOS. It is simple enough to use for general to-do lists, but it is also capable of managing more complex tasks.

  • Inside Bill's Brain is one of Netflix's docuseries featuring Bill Gates. It is very inspiring to learn about his story from a young age and the projects that he's been working on after Microsoft.

  • Offscreen

    Offscreen is a print-only magazine created by Kai Brach in Melbourne, Australia. It is full of interviews featuring a diverse range of people in the tech industry.

  • Breaking Bad
    TV Series

    Breaking Bad is definitely one of the greatest TV series of all time. It was created by Vince Gilligan and features Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul. Bryan Cranston won the Emmy awards four times for this series.

  • Unnatural Selection is a documentary by Netflix on the DNA-editing technology CRISPR. It is very informative and thought-provoking.