An Open Invitation: Suggest & Contribute

Somewhere during your day, you spot a great video, an enriching audio lecture, or an excellent free ebook. And you think, that’s perfect for Open Culture. So you shoot us a quick note, and the next thing you know, your personal discovery is live on the site, being shared with thousands of like-minded readers from across the globe — readers from London to New York, from Tehran to Bangalore, from Sydney to Sao Paulo and beyond. And our global village is happy … and better off for it. Sounds good, right? We think so.

So here’s what we ask: Whenever you see a great piece of intelligent media, please quickly send it our way. (We have a nice “Suggest a Link” button on the upper right side of the site.) And, assuming it fits with Open Culture’s general mission, we’ll share it with your fellow readers, give you full credit, and thank you warmly. Look forward to your suggestions, and, if you haven’t already, please join us on Facebook and Twitter.

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  • Hey that’s a really good way to share stuff. I specially like the free courses and language section you have. But I was just thinking why not have a top 5 videos of the week kind of stuff because the web is already full of it and everyone referring some video or the other will just fill up your mail boxes…

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