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13 of my favorite non-blog sites
- Twitter. Oh my goodness, I could pee myself on every visit because I follow some wickedly funny twitterers. You can see who I follow by looking at my profile: www.twitter.com/jmanullang
- Internet Movie Database. IMDB is the absolute best resource for movie info.
- Some E-cards. These are not your standard e-cards. Their slogan is “when you care enough to hit send” and they are addictive.
- Facebook. I signed up because a friend said he’d created a page and I wanted to see it, and since then have been pretty much hooked. I’ve found a lot of old friends and acquaintances, but the best part has been to reconnect with one of my closest friends from the early years of college. Even if I eventually spend less time on Facebook, I know I’ll stay in touch with her for a good, long time. (Lovies, Sherilee!)
- Google Reader. I used to spend so much time chasing my favorite bloggers all over the ‘net. Now they come to me, in a way, by collecting in my reader. I keep this open all day and it updates regularly. If you think there’s a better reader out there, please let me know—I signed up with Google because I use Blogger, but haven’t looked around much to see what else is out there.
- Go Fug Yourself. Snark, anyone? This site pokes fun at celebrities’ odd wardrobe choices and can occasionally raise your self-esteem points a notch or two (no guarantees).
- Café Press. Looking for anything—ANYTHING—with some kind of saying or image on it? You’ll find it here. It’s easy to create your own little store too.
- eBay and Etsy. I’m putting these together because even though they’re very different kinds of sites, I use them both for finding unique items. eBay has everything; Etsy has tons of amazing handcrafted goods. I guess craigslist sorta fits into this category too, at least for the way I use it (though the Best of Craigslist is some pretty great entertainment).
- Amazon. I shop here way too much but it saves me trips to the mall. I really hate going to the mall.
- Bookins. I’m a new-ish member here and so far am fascinated by how easy it is to use. Basically, it’s a site that facilitates trades of used books and DVDs with other members. Whatever you receive costs $4.49. Whatever you send out costs you nothing; you print postage from home on regular paper and simply drop the envelope in a mailbox. If you want to register and “thank” me for alerting you to the site, use this link.
- 6pm. This site has great prices on shoes and runs frequent sales.
- Spot The Difference. Do you miss those search games like the ones we used to do in Highlights magazine? Here you go. The games get harder with each level, but you can do them over and over to increase your gold/silver/bronze levels. Pretty fun.
- The DIS Discussion Forums. If you’re going on a Disney vacation, there’s no site better than this one to prepare yourself.
What are some of your favorite web sites? Please share!