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Topic # 136506 29-Nov-2013 14:56
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Hi Guys,

just wanting to know what web-sites you visit on a daily basis or when your couch-surfing....

my list is as follows - please add your favourites.

Geekzone.co.nz
twitter
facebook
youtube
kickstarter - sometimes
gizmodo
engadget
macrumors.com
amazon
piratebay
isohunt
warezbb
spotify
playtech

also what are your favourite xmas shopping sites.





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  Reply # 942946 29-Nov-2013 15:01
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piratebay
isohunt
warezbb


Tsk, best place to get Linux ISOs is direct from the distro sites.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 942949 29-Nov-2013 15:12
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feedly.com - with geekzone's rss feed loaded (and many others)




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  Reply # 942952 29-Nov-2013 15:19
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One of the older IT pro websites: www.theregister.co.uk for my feed of nerdy goodness, always something really funny to read and I love how they take the mickey out of the big IT brands, great website.

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  Reply # 942958 29-Nov-2013 15:39
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cracked.com
xkcd.com

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  Reply # 942960 29-Nov-2013 15:40
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dailyWTF... go there every day ;-)

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  Reply # 944020 2-Dec-2013 11:44
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The London Times website.

You have to subscribe but for real world news and intelligent journalism it has the cat up a tree local stuff beat hands down. I read it every day.

Oh, and of course it has the best crosswords...!





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  Reply # 944023 2-Dec-2013 11:49
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theverge.com - Good tech news & interesting articles.
questionablecontent.net - Fun webcomic.
getpocket.com - Great "Read it later" aggregator.







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  Reply # 944030 2-Dec-2013 12:10
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In addition to the ones already mentioned, I check these at least once a day as well:

goodreads.com

gameplanet.co.nz
thechive.com
ign.com
pcgamer.com



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  Reply # 944065 2-Dec-2013 13:08
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No one has mentioned a 'Training Films' site yet

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Besides my staple diet of Facebook, Twitter, Vodafone Community and Geekzone, I frequent:

reddit.com
buzzfeed.com
theverge.com
starcitygames.com for their MTG articles
us.battle.net/wow/en/forum/

Also a bunch of webcomics, but they're not really a daily thing.




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stuff.co.nz - gots to catch up of them daily news!

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