If you’re anything like me, you use your computer to entertain yourself a fair chunk of the time
.But I also know that the usual sites we visit can get boring and repetitive. So, in an effort to liven things up, this a list of sites that I find help combat the monotony we can all encounter.
1. cloudlibrary.org This is a Christian site that offers free books, television shows, and audio. (I’m not trying to push my religion on anyone. I just think any site with free content is worth a look.)
2. archive.org This site also offers tons of free content. They are a digital library, and they carry free movies, old radio shows, books, and music.
3. librivox.org Librivox is the awesome site I work for. Here, you can listen to audiobooks in the public domain. And while you’re at it, if you want, you can volunteer with us.
4. gutenberg.org Project Gutenberg is a neat little site where you can read ebooks in the public domain. They also take volunteers!
5. freegalmusic.com I really love Freegal. This site is full of free, legal music available to download if you have a library card.
6: hoopladigital.com Hoopla is another site where you will need a library card. But, once you get that card, you are entitled to 4 downloads a month of your choosing. Whether it be comic books, movies, or books, they have an insanely good collection.
7: comicbookplus.com If you ever wanted to read the Golden and Silver Age comics in the public domain, this website grants your wish. They even have a vintage movie section. They are also really concerned about copyright, so everything is legal to read and watch!
8. playboardgamesonline.com This one is for the classical gamers in the group. This site has loads of free games, from Pacman to Mahjong.
Thanks for reading!