The Internet is home to oodles and oodles of information. If you want to learn something new, chances are you'll find the resources you need on the web. Having so much data available at our fingertips also has its downside, however – just where the heck do you start?
Enter Gibbon, a platform that organizes useful information on the web into learning flows, so you can harness the power of the Internet to get smarter, not overwhelmed. Each learning flow contains free resources collected from around the web including articles, videos, books, and links, arranged into bite-size chapters and weekly lessons. Anyone can create a learning flow and share what they know with other users.
Gibbon is handcrafted in Leiden, The Netherlands by a team of self-proclaimed “self-taught nerds.” The group believes that we can all learn something from each other and thus created Gibbon to make it easy for everyone to learn anything. Some of the subjects you can learn on Gibbon right now are CSS3, typography, marketing, iOS development, and user experience design.