No issue is resolved, no discussion thread finished, no topic fully explored, until someone links to an xkcd comic. That someone should be you. Get to it first with !xkcdn.
Syntax: !xkcdn #
Example: !xkcdn 537
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Stop the music and go visit Songfacts.com. Songfacts is a searchable database where you can find out the meaning and motivations behind the hits. The search feature plays nice with DuckDuckGo too:
Syntax: !songfacts “song title only”
Examples: !songfacts “disco duck”
Play away your cravings with Replayz, the game that helps you beat your addictions. Available as a deck of cards or a printable PDF you can download instantly.
Searching for a good podcast is like courting for marriage. It requires experimentation, investment of time, and careful listening to find The One. Before you make a commitment, try fyyd, the podcast search engine.
Syntax: !fyyd keywords or “name of topic”
Example: !fyyd “rubber duckies”
Is It Taxed? tells you instantly if there is !tax on thousands of items sold in Canada. Discover money saving strategies and make your dollar go farther.
You deserve a break. Why not catch a breather with something fun on YouTube? You can find anything jiminy quick by using the !watch command.
Syntax: !watch topic keywords (quotations are useful here)
Example: !watch “I want a new duck”
Wheatbin is Open Source project management software that combines Kanban methodology with the Law of the Harvest. Visit Wheatbin.com.
Search Magic: the Gathering cards by anything that appears on the card, such as card names, types, colors, sets, text, artist, and power/toughness. Just remember !combodeck
Syntax: !combodeck keywords
Example: !combodeck legendary red dragon
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Feel like kicking back and watching a movie? Bypass the hassle of logging in to Netflix and doing a search. Just use !nf and the title of the film.
Oh, and make sure you got your popcorn ready – movie is going to start!
Syntax: !nf movie title
Example: !nf DuckTales
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