Most home pages have a page of links, so here's one too. Usually the links aren't very interesting — here I work, here I live, have you heard about Google? — or my-youtube, my-twitter, my-facebook, my-instagram and linkedin and redtube account and so on.
I, on the other hand, only offer you links of quality. You can trust me on this; would they have let an untrustworthy person deliver to you... Links of Quality!™
- Dumbing of Age, a webcomic by David Willis, about young college people. It is the best webcomic.
- The Last Halloween, a webcomic by Abby Howard, about the end of the world. It is delightfully grotesque.
- Camp Weedonwantcha, a webcomic by Katie Rice, about a postapocalyptic summer camp. It has cats too.
- xkcd, a webcomic by Randall Munroe, about random geekness. In teaching me weird details of American life it is second only to Stephen King.
- SMBC, a webcomic by Zach Weinersmith, about random nerdness. It has the proper balance of science to dick jokes: one to one.
- Other great comics: Oglaf, Nedroid, Dresden Codak. These three are a little bit of a spectrum.
- Charles Stross's blog; a sci-fi writer vents. Contains good thinking and lies for money.
- Whatever, John Scalzi's blog; a sci-fi writer writes about whatever. Contains good thinking and cats, and occasionally bacon.
- TV Tropes, has all the structure for your entertainments.
- Boing Boing, the happy-mutant niche-lover linkblog of Xeni, Mark, Cory, Rob and others.
- Mark Reads, where Mark Oshiro lets people vicariously re-experience great things for the first time. (Or the Fifty Shades of Grey.)
- The Fine Brothers, who do videos of kids/teens/elders/youtubers reacting to things.
- Welcome to Night Vale, the best podcast.
- Ken and Robin Talk About Stuff, also the best podcast.
If you're moving to / visiting Warsaw, these following ones are recommended, as in, haven't robbed me blind yet.
- jakdojade.pl, the best way to understand the public transport in Warsaw/Poland.
- mBank, a place to keep your money.
- The Palace of Science and Culture, or "the elephant in lingerie"; go to the 30th floor and have a view of the city.
- Złote Tarasy and Arkadia, the big shopping malls of central and northern Warsaw. (Saturn is an electronics chain, and 5aSec a dropoff-pickup laundry)
- ZTM, or Warsaw's public transport; frequent, clean, and usually full; if you're staying, get a Warsaw City Card.
- Also, Google Translate — because unless you're a scary mutant you're not going to learn Polish quickly enough. Put a bookmark on your phone and get a SIM with a data connection and you're golden. (Złoty.)