Here are 5 things you should know.
1. There’s a website to search for movies/shows in all streaming platform’s.
Next time a friend tells you to watch something… go to
Rather then asking if it’s on Netflix, Hulu, or some other streaming platform.
It tries to find where you can legally watch it for free or rent for cheap.
2. Hourly History offers free ebooks on history that are designed to be finished within 1 hour.
If you sign up they’ll send you an email with 4-5 new free books every Friday.
3. You should update your Chrome immediately as a serious security flaw has been found.
Google Chrome users are advised to use the browser’s built-in update tool to trigger an update to 72.0.3626.121 version. Users should do this right now, especially when the advice comes from Google Chrome’s security lead.
4. There’s a website that lets you check if a movie/tv show has sensitive/upsetting topics (dogs dying, cancer, car crashes, etc.) before you watch.
It’s a good resource if you have sensitive subjects you’re concerned about seeing before watching a movie or show.
5. There is a website that provided you with citation formats.
www.citethisforme.com is a website that created citations for you. All you do is type in the paper or book used and select what citation method you want (Harvard, APA, MLA e.t.c). Saves a lot of time trying to cite things manually and it means you can never get it wrong.