The web is full of amazing content that has the potential to both ignite and satisfy our curiosity, but the content is fragmented across countless sites and varies greatly in terms of purpose, quality and consistency. Curiosity.com aims to aggregate and organize the best content from across the web that was specifically developed to exchange knowledge. We're collecting all forms of content, including long-form, short-form, academic, amazing talks, screencasts, how-tos, professionally produced, paid, free, etc. We're building a dedicated learning platform that will make it easier to find, filter and engage with all forms of content that has the potential to inspire and educate.
Whether you're looking to develop new skills, brush up on areas of interest, or simply looking for an online experience that can feed your wonder-hunger, Curiosity.com was built for you. We hope to play matchmaker between knowledge-owners who have shared their expertise and wisdom across the web with knowledge-seekers looking to expand their understanding of the world around them.
We believe learning is a life-long journey and we hope curiosity.com can help guide your path.
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