USEFUL WEBSITES FOR QUOTES, WRITING, AND MOVIES
Noted below are the most useful websites providing resources for quotes, writing, and movies. The quotation section links to the most abundant resources for finding quotes. The writing resources and advice section provides links to extensive writing resources useful for students, teachers, and writers. Additionally, this section provides expert advice for writers at all levels. The section devoted to movies cites sources of movie recommendations as well as sources of rare, classic, and silent movies for viewing online.
QUOTATION (QUOTE) SOURCES
The Quote Garden–A collection of quotations categorized into over 500 subjects with unique categories and numerous vintage quotes from 19th century literature.
Quoteland.com-–A huge collection of quotes with a useful search engine.
Goodreads–Quotes in many categories sourced from literature.
Wikiquote–A free online compendium of sourced quotations from notable people and creative works in every language, translations of non-English quotes, and links to Wikipedia for further information.
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WRITING RESOURCES AND ADVICE
Open Education Database–Links to sites dedicated to helping students, bloggers, and professional writers improve their techniques while also becoming better editors and researchers. The site is organized by subject, and resources are listed alphabetically within. With more than 150 resources to chose from, one is bound to find something that can make one’s writing life a little easier.
50 Free Resources That Will Improve Your Writing Skills–A collection of over 50 useful and practical tools and resources that will help one to improve one’s writing skills—copywriting blogs, dictionaries, references, teaching classes, articles, tools as well as related articles from other blogs.
45 Essential Resources for Student Writers–45 resources that one can use to write essays, complete research, organize ideas and improve one’s writing.
57 Tips For Writers, From Writers–Tips and advice from writers.
Brain Pickings—Timeless Advice on Writing: The Collected Wisdom of Great Writers–All the famous advice on writing presented over the years, featuring words of wisdom from such masters of the craft as Kurt Vonnegut, Susan Sontag, Henry Miller, Stephen King, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Susan Orlean, Ernest Hemingway, Zadie Smith, and more.
10 Absolute Best Online Tools for Writers in 2020–This blog describes writing resource sites useful based on the following criteria:
- Accessible: Ideas can strike anywhere, at any time. As a writer, it’s important that you can capture your ideas while on-the-go, and easily collaborate with others.
- Versatile: Every writer has their own personal style. Our favorite tools can work in a variety of ways, so you can find what works best for you.
- Free or Low-Cost: Regardless of whether you are just starting out or have already established a name for yourself, there’s no need to pay a big price, even for tools that can make a big difference.
MOVIE (FILM) RECOMMENDATIONS AND FREE MOVIE SOURCES
Top 10 Free Movie Download Websites That Are completely Legal–Websites where one can download movies for free, legally.
Where to Watch Free Movies Online—The Legal Way–A list of sites where one can watch movies online for free, without breaking any laws or jeopardizing the computer’s security.
Moving Image Archive–This library contains digital movies uploaded by Archive users which range from classic full-length films, to daily alternative news broadcasts, to cartoons and concerts. Many of these videos are available for free download.
Reel Classics–Here it is: an ever-growing list of the movies the website creator recommends. If it’s here, the website creator has seen it at least once and regards it highly enough to think others might enjoy it too.
IMDb–Instead of asking one to input ratings or to tell it what movies one likes, IMDb automatically recommends similar films to the movie a person searches for. At the bottom of the page, a “Recommendations” section explains that if one likes a respective film, that person will like the handful of other films being displayed, based on information gathered from an IMDb database, which examines films to find similarities and differences. It’s a great way for people who don’t have time to rate movies to find some films worth watching. Even better, the recommendations are solid.
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