Look, I don't mean to litter this site with High Fidelity references (exhibit A and exhibit B), but I'd be remiss not to include a "what really matters is what you like, not what you are like" quote GIF on the same page where I aim to draw your attention to a Q&A series where people are asked what they like.
For those not already familiar, HIGHLY RECOMMENDED W/ is a re-occurring feature where the same 5 questions are sent to different people from both my irl and url worlds—those two alternate universes that sometimes converge as one. The questions in question cover the full range of important life categories one could ever hope to receive a recommendation in.
I am, of course, talking about Music, TV/Film, Books, The Internet and—to make sure all bases are covered—Anything.
Oh look, here's some now:
You'll be hard pressed not to find at least one solid recommendation from each Q&A—and the beauty part is, you can then take those recommendations back to your own personal orbit and make things a little bit better over there.
And since the things people keep up on the top shelf are of the highest quality and don't usually come with expiry dates, you can spend hours unearthing gem after gem from this long-running (ok there was a big gap of no posts, good eye) and much loved little Q&A series. Oh, and the people doing the Q&A's are also worth looking into more. To be honest, you've stumbled on a real gold mine of clickable things.
So go fill your pockets with some of the excellent recommendations featured above. Or just start flipping through them all, one by one.
You might even say that doing so would be… highly recommended (eh? eh?).
RELATED: for the @HIGHFIVEFOR Twitter (not to be confused with my @HI54LOFI Twitter), I'm going to just follow the accounts of people who have done a Highly Recommended Q&A — as I think this might make for a less hectic Twitter experience than on my personal account.