“There’s an old saying about those who forget history,” Stephen Colbert once said. “I don’t remember it, but it’s good.”
He could probably fill in that blank with Quotery, the Internet’s best repository for pithy sayings on the tip of your tongue.
Under-designed, over-cluttered quotation sites are a dime a dozen on the Web, but Quotery is different. It’s clean, curated, and eminently useable.
Best of all, it’s robust. You can search by keywords, or browse by author or topic. Quotes come with pictures of the wordsmith responsible for them, and the locution-loving creators of the site have taken it upon themselves to make shareable posters of their favorite bite-sized bits of wisdom.
The site’s blog also compiles crowd-pleasing lists like 500 Greatest Quotes of All Time.
Need we say more?