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Quirky blogs, out-there food websites, avant-garde film—the Indie 100 list brings you fun and idiosyncratic selections from indie and grassroots media, startups, and whatnot. (This list is no longer being updated.)


At Threadless, creative types submit t-shirt designs, you vote on them, and Threadless prints the best.

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2Boing Boing

Looking for a website that brings you a little bit of everything, is a little unpredictable and always fun? Check out Boing Boing.

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What’s good? Find out here. GOOD is dedicated to raising awareness and raising money for non-profits.

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4SMITH Magazine

This DIY memoir and personal narrative site allows you to spill your guts online without the hassle of a book deal.

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A modern take on the traditional treasure hunt, Geocaching users seek out “geocaches” based on GPS location while logging and sharing their adventures.

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People from around the world send in their confessions and secrets anonymously on postcards.

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7The Morning News

This daily online magazine commands some of the most compelling and thoughtful content available on the web. Go there now. Return everyday.

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Limited-edition artwork, including prints and photographs, at ridiculously affordable prices.

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Source for user-friendly web-based applications that allow users to do everything from manage projects to organize information across businesses.

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10Indie Bound

Indie Bound’s online community connects indie-conscious people with local independent booksellers, strengthening Main Streets across the US.

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