Google is everything. It’s search, of course, but it’s also a wow-inducing, ever-evolving storehouse for the world’s knowledge and information.
Our list of the best websites.
Here’s your home online—where you stay in touch with friends, post your profile, update your status, and lots more.
The world’s superstore, with top-notch product reviews and recommendations.
For news, analysis and opinion about everything sports, from tennis to hockey to football to golf and beyond, you can’t beat ESPN.
Ranked #5 in Web 100
In today’s world, you need to make sense of technology, from e-books to digital cameras. CNET helps you in your quest for geekdom.
Anyone looking for answers, or seeking to provide answers, should stop at Wikipedia, a collaborative encyclopedia with information about everything.
Ranked #7 in Web 100
Think it’s a chore to set up a blog? Not with Tumblr, the free blogging website that’s the self-proclaimed “easiest way to express yourself.”
Never eat a bad meal again. Voice your opinions about local businesses (from restaurants to shopping) and read what others have to say.
Ranked #9 in Web 100
The online world is awash in video, and much of it is available at YouTube, a spot created by the videos posted by videographers like you (as well as industry bigshots).
You can find (and buy) anything at craigslist, from a cheap couch to a used skateboard to a new job. You might even find friends.
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