Web Sites I Can’t Live Without

Scott Mitchell asks on his blog what are the sites you can't live without.  Here's mine:

For some reason, Gizmodo and Engadget are listed here as sites I frequently visit in IE instead of in an aggregator.  The presentation is better as HTML sure, but I think it's more of an efficiency in scanning kind of thing.  All the images of the toys are downloaded at first hit, versus having my aggregator pull them on selection of each item.  Autoblog is the opposite for me.  This one I subscribe to and only pull the items of manufacturers I like.

Also, a quick rant about domestic news web sites...  Last week the nightmare situation in Russia should have been top news across the world.  Terrorists take over school, wth.  CNN ran Bush accepting the nomination in the number one spot.  At least the BBC got it right.

Comments (3)

  1. Chad Myers says:

    You should read http://www.foxnews.com and http://www.drudgereport.com to see the other 70% of the stories that CNN/MSNBC/especially BBC aren’t telling you. 🙂

    Besides, Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN get most of their news from Drudge Report anyhow

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