Time’s “25 Sites We Can’t Live Without” in 2007

4 Apr 2008 (Fri)

WHAT ARE THE 25 SITES WE CAN’T LIVE WITHOUT IN 2007? According to Time magazine, they are (in alphabetical order):

  1. Amazon.com – a great place to shop for virtually anything (Zappos.com)
  2. BBC.co.uk – World news, sports, radio, articles and audio in 33 languages (PBS.org)
  3. CitySearch.com – find the right restuarants, bars, nightclubs, hotels and spas in dozens of cities, with editors’ picks and user reviews, and a Yellow Pages directory
  4. Craigslist.org – free classified ads in every category organized by locale
  5. Del.icio.us – popular social bookmarking system which can be tagged and searched by keywords
  6. Digg.com – leader in social news, where users determine what’s important and interesting by “digging” it and posting a comment.
  7. Ebay.com – online auction powerhouse
  8. ESPN.com – everything a sports fanatic needs.
  9. Facebook.com – popular social network not yet corrupted by marketers and fake friends, dozens of third-party apps
  10. FastCheck.org – independent, nonpartisan effort to check speeches, TV ads, news releases and other public statements for accuracy, and provide clarification and context
  11. Flickr.com – over half a billion images, superbly designed sharing platform and social network for photo enthusiasts (Shutterfly.com)
  12. Google.com – world’s leading Web search engine, wide range of useful Web tools and services (e.g. gmail, Picasa, Maps)
  13. HowStuffWorks.com – Easy-to-read explanations of how things work. Users can upload supplementary photos and video.
  14. IMDB.com – The Internet Movie Database with an extensive directory of films and TV shows of the past, present and future, plus dialogue, trivia and favorite flicks of film buffs (RottenTomatoes.com)
  15. YouTube.com – monster video-sharing hub
  16. Kayak.com – Trip planner. Search engine scours hundreds of travel sites to find the best airfares. (TripAdvisor.com)
  17. NationalGeographic.com – great content (about animals, world adventures, environment, sciences, space) and educational stuff. (MyWonderfulWorld.com)
  18. Netflix.com – Digital movie downloads
  19. Technorati.com – search engine for blogs and other social media (photos, video and music) posted on online sharing sites. Tag cloud lists hot topics of the day. (BlogStorm.co.uk)
  20. TMZ.com – best for celebrity and entertainment news
  21. USA.gov – The official Web portal for the U.S. government, with links to every agency involved in federal business, plus reports, guides, reference material and other resources
  22. TelevisionWithoutPity.com – Bitingly funny recaps of dozens of popular TV shows, plus forums for further discussion.
  23. WebMD.com – portal packed with information about health and related issues.
  24. Wikipedia.org – the people’s encyclopedia, with millions of articles written in hundreds of languages. It’s free, and anyone can edit.
  25. Yahoo.com – number two in Web search. Also with basket of goodies (Flickr, Del.icio.us, Bix).
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