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Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS.

If you’re looking for something that is more like a music composer, consider Soundation. This free online audio editing program acts just like a music studio and offers the ability to upload AudioBlocks music files, add effects, and apply virtual instruments and other sounds. Once you’ve finished ed...

FileLab allows you to upload and rework your audio files online — for free. All you have to do is launch their FileLab Audio Editor (Note: this only works on Microsoft Windows operating system). Once launched, it accepts a range of file types, including MP3, WAV and more. Mono, stereo and multichann...

Pluralsight (previously PeepCode) offers paid tech and creative training content (over 3,700 courses and 130K video clips) for individuals, businesses and institutions that covers IT admin, programming, Web development, data visualization - as well as game design, 3D animation, and video editing thr...

CodeSchool offers software coding lessons (by subscription) for individuals who want to learn at home, or for students learning in a high school teacher-led class.

Gymnasium offers a small but thorough set of free Web-related lesson plans for coding, design and user experience, but filters access by assessing the current knowledge of an enrollee and allows those with scores of at least 70% to continue.

Apple Developer Center may be very specific in topics for lessons, but it's a free source of documentation and tutorials for software developers who want to develop apps for iOS Mobile, Mac OS X desktop, and Safari Web apps.

As with Apple Developer Center, Google Code is topic-narrow but a good source of documentation and tutorials for Android app development. is the home of the "Hour of Code" campaign, which is aimed at teachers and educators as well as students of all ages (4-104) who want to teach or learn, respectively, computer programming and do not know where to start.

MDN (Mozilla Developer Network) offers learning resources - including links to offsite guides - and tutorials for Web development in HTML, CSS and JavaScript - whether you're a beginner or an expert, and even if you're not using Mozilla's Firefox Web browser.

Learnable by Sitepoint offers paid subscription access to an ebook library of content for computers and tablets, and nearly 5,000 videos lessons (and associated code samples) covering software-related topics - with quizzes and certification available.

Open UW is the umbrella initiative of several free online learning projects from the University of Washington, offered by their UW Online division, and including Coursera, edX and other channels.