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积薪 (Jī xīn) is an independent blog aggregation platform set up by Darmau. As of the time of writing, it has collected 152 blogs and 4525 articles.
The author's introduction to the original intention is as follows:
As an old person who has experienced the sharing and openness of the internet, I advocate openness and freedom. Unfortunately, the current Chinese internet is already a huge prison, with small prisons being established. These small prisons prohibit search engines, prohibit external links, and control comments. And the ownership of the data is not actually in the hands of the creators.
Therefore, it is particularly difficult for people who still insist on outputting original content and being open in this environment. I hope there is a place where these contents can be seen by more people. So I developed this website. Although the main text content has been stored in the database for backup during the crawling process, this site will not force users to stay here, but will redirect the traffic to the original blog.
Jī xīn means accumulated firewood. Near the ruins of the Han Dynasty beacon tower in Dunhuang, there are many piles of soil. These were the firewood stored at that time, which has turned into fossils after two thousand years of weathering. I hope these words can be seen by more people like these firewood after being selected by time.
Buzzing is an English website aggregation platform set up by Owen, an immersive translation developer. Like Jī xīn, it captures the main text of websites through RSS. In Buzzing, all article titles are translated into Chinese for quick discovery of interesting content. If you want to read in-depth, just click on the article title to jump to the original article.
Buzzing currently has 36 sections, and each section can be subscribed to via RSS.
In addition, Owen has an official document on immersive translation called "Exploring High-Quality Content on the Internet", which introduces many valuable websites.
This is a website that introduces commonly used thinking tools, collects thinking tools and frameworks, and helps you solve problems, make decisions, and understand systems.
When I was in college, I couldn't afford Pantone color cards, but I wanted to make my project colors look better. After some searching, I found these two websites, "Zhōngguó sè" (Chinese Colors) and "Rìběn sè" (Japanese Colors).
After selecting a desired color, you can directly view the CMYK, RGB, and HEX parameters. Moreover, the color parameters provided by both websites are from professional research institutions.
Although WeChat Official Accounts do not support Markdown syntax, fortunately, this web-based editor can help you directly convert articles written in Markdown syntax. In the editor, you can not only choose font style and size, but also select color schemes and code themes, and it provides a one-click copy function.
This is a converter for text and emojis. You can easily convert text into a string of emojis, or convert a string of emojis into text. The converter also provides encryption functionality.
Copy this string of emojis and enter the password
1234 to see what the text content is.
This is a useful Twitter screenshot tool. Simply paste the link to a tweet into the input box, and it will generate a screenshot.
However, currently, due to restrictions on the Twitter API, the functionality is not available.
This is a web version of the "Yīgè mù hán" (A Wooden Box) app, which is just as useful as the app and brings together various practical tools.