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Ranked #92 in Web 100
A complex stock market game where you’re not exactly trading stocks, but movies and movie stars—all simulated, so don’t get your hopes up too high.
Ranked #93 in Web 100
Never wait in line again for movie tickets with moviefone.com, a movie lover’s one-stop source for every piece of info that’s cinematically related.
Ranked #94 in Web 100
Relive the good old days of early gaming with ClassicGaming.com’s living museum of retro computer games and videogames.
Ranked #95 in Web 100
The site with everything iPod and iPhone, including first looks at upcoming products, information on the latest apps, and lots of reviews.
Ranked #96 in Web 100
Videogame mecca Kongregate provides players and designers alike the chance to bend their thumbs, brains, and whatever else in order to make a bleep go bloop.
Delicious is a slick and savvy alternative to your browser’s bookmarks, and a social one, too, letting you learn what others are bookmarking.
Ranked #98 in Web 100
From the Clash to Chamillionaire, a website where downloading MP3s, even obscure ones, is easy and affordable.
Ranked #99 in Web 100
Building websites can be complex, but Wetpaint.com makes it easy to create a site around your obsession.
Sharing is good, especially when you’re trying to help fellow consumers. That’s the idea behind Epinions.com, a spot awash in reviews of every product and service imaginable.