Musings of a Fondue

Learning via the Internet

A while back, I set out to learn as much as I could through resources shared freely on the web. Here are some awesome ones I found that will get you where you want to go.


  • Khan Academy (*found this to be the most effective)
  • Code Academy
  • Daniel Shiffman’s videos
  • Dive into Python 3
  • Udacity
  • Project Euler
  • Interactive Data Visualizations for the Web


  • EEVblog
  • Collin’s Lab
  • All About Circuits
  • SparkFun Tutorials
  • Adafruit Tutorials
  • PyroElectro
  • Hackaday
  • Explain That Stuff
  • Jeremy Blum’s Arduino tutorials
  • Ben Eater’s 8-bit computer

Physics, Chemistry, & Space

  • Khan Academy (*especially the partner content)
  • Derek Owens’ videos
    • Physical Science
    • Physics
  • Brady’s YouTube Channels
    • Sixty Symbols
    • Numberphile
    • Periodic Videos
  • MITK12
  • Physics Classroom
  • Royal Institution
  • Applied Science
  • Doc Schuster

All the links above present their content in a non-traditional and engaging way. Even if for example, you don’t care for numbers (yet =) ), it’s hard to watch a Numberphile video and not catch a little bit of the enthusiasm and passion exuded by the people in it.