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Ok, sure there are millions of completely outrageous and morbidly sarcastic videos on YouTube starring a lot of disturbing people who seem to have no shame in humiliating themselves, but at the same time, its an incredible source of information. YouTube can be used to watch certain television programs, gives you insight to the world by giving you access to commercials and programs elsewhere, links you to the world to see news and learn exactly what is going on from an unbiased perspective.. its an amazing site. You can even find tutorials on all kinds of things. In the past I've used it to learn basic self defense, how to do certain math equations, how to set up hardware, how to deal with things like basement mold or plant diseases, cooking lessons, yoga tutorials.. I mean there is a lot of amazing things you can find on YouTube. So don't just rule it out as some nonsense site for cheap laughs because its really diverse!
The ultimate search engine as far as I'm concerned. I've been using it for over a decade. Google is the ultimate homepage! Like most homepages, you type in something you need, or perhaps a name or topic, and it brings up relevant sites that includes those words. I almost always find exactly what I need somewhere in the first 2 or 3 links that come up for my search. It can be used to find images of people, symbols, or other things. Google News offers up to the minute breaking coverage on the day's hot issues globally to keep you informed with accurate data. There's even a new igoogle.com, which is basically Google except more personalized as you can get weather in your area, set up your email through it and more. Very convenient.
These days it seems like eBay is beginning to lose seller quality. I'm seeing lower percentage scores and items just aren't described as they should be - plus some people seem to be able to find tricks and loopholes to run scams. On Amazon, things are more accurate. It seems much safer and you can really view a complete profile on a seller without much effort.
I check this site several times a day because it posts up legitimate freebies from big name companies. You're not going to get spam mail or harassing phonecalls. I get all kinds of amazing things - free magazine subscriptions to Golf Digest, Forbes, Martha Stewart Living, and tons of others I don't even read but signed up for anyway since they're free! Candy bars, towel samples, cereal, coupons, free meals, water bottles. Most freebies are open to US residents though.
Imagine getting paid to make a 1 minute video review on ANYTHING you own. Originally they gave $10 per video, then $5.. now your only way to earn a lot of money is to do special monthly assignments for pre-selected items. So let's say a new Cheer detergent came out, if you do a review for it, you can earn like $5. You also get paid per viewer and per recommendation. I've done reviews on everything from a bag of chips to a TV set. Payment occurs at the end of the following month and I have never experienced a problem. Its always on time and accurate.
I've been using Yahoo! for over 6 years now. Very reliable and easy to navigate through, sort and friendly for people who may not be too internet savvy. Lately though I've experienced a lot of lag and problems sending emails. I guess they're updating but still, its frustrating when you have a 5-10 minute freeze on your screen because Yahoo! wants to push unnecessary crap on your inbox page. Hopefully they fix that stuff soon because its been bad for a few months now.
If Yahoo! doesn't get their act back together, this is the place to go for your email address. I signed up for it because occaisionally Yahoo has issues where it refuses to send my emails. Gmail is fast, lag free, but the display is a bit dull and takes some getting used to. In the end, its free and reliable and a lot of my friends have been switching to it, some of which found that their security was being compromised on yahoo.
For all your gaming needs, IGN is the place to go. You can get reviews and previews on all kinds of hot items - new games, accessories, systems, movies, interviews with game makers, discussion forums to chat with other players or get tips, contribute information like guides to asssit other players. For the most part, when IGN reviews a game, you usually can understand where the reviewer is coming from and probably will agree. These days so many new games come out and are hyped up when only a handful really are worth investing in. So its always good to read up on a review or just rent the game I guess!
Don't havea GPS system yet? This is your only other alternative to avoid getting lost. Enter a starting point and destination and in seconds you're given a route with total time, miles and all the turns and places to look out for to get their quickly. You can even access it from your cellphone so that's even better!
Having trouble getting around on the subway or bus? Go to hopstop.com for exact direction to let you know where to go - what trains to take, where to get off, what to transfer to, how far you have to watch, nearby landmarks so you don't get lost. Originally it was just for directions through NY's public transportation system but now expanded to include London, Paris, New Jersey, Boston, and more!
Summary: You can't go wrong with these 10 sites.
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