When I try to learn new technologies I stumble across many sites. If a site is useful to the problem at hand, I normally add a comment in my source code referencing the URL.
But if I have the same question again a year (or a week) later, I forgot where I put the URL. Then I start to go through my browser's bookmarks and history. Then I look through the multitude of ‘read-it-later’ services, such as Pocket, Evernote, etc. Sometimes I'm lucky and I actually find what I'm looking for. Most of the time I end up repeating the same search procedure again (which is a waste of time).
So here's my first link collection. Themed AngularJS…
AngularJS CRUD application demo: Found this after I created my own demo…
Making Maven Grunt: Opinionated advice on using build systems for modern web applications (i.e. Java backend: Maven, Gradle) vs. smart frontend (Bower, Grunt). The author describes the different approaches which are possible and gives consise solutions for the non-trivial, but industry-relevant approaches (i.e. invoking Grunt from Maven).
Modularized generator for Yeoman angular: An alternative folder/file structure for AngularJS projects compared to Yeoman. A kickstart project can be found at ng-boilerplate. Update (2013-08-07): I stumbled across ng-boilerplate via AngularJS Best Practices: I’ve Been Doing It Wrong! Part 1 of 3.
And if you enjoy David Lynch you'll probably like this YouTube video. ;-)