Skip to comments.The Top 10 Websites You Never Heard Of (Innovative - favorite ? )
Posted on 04/17/2008 5:10:16 PM PDT by xtinct
The Internet is even more useful than you think. As more and more programmers and developers race to create the next killer app, some end up gaining momentum while others haven't quite caught on yet. We've slogged through the undiscovered masses to bring you ten websites that are informative, handy, or simply downright cool -- before they enter the zeitgeist.
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Google product - technological marvel in my opinion...
a blog that writes long-form historical summaries of just about anything thats, well... damn interesting.
Make Use Of
a tech blog that even laymen can understand
There's also a Beta Site for Blind Dates in the major. Design is awesome...
Newsmap could show media bias in a visual format. Amazing
due to it's better user interface, the fact it does more activities, bigger online community and number of routes, and better elevation info.
Damn interesting site Damn Interesting!
Could be me but I like an interactive site :o)
It sort of makes me feel like I can do anything I want. Does Obama own it?
Jesus, the ol’ Zombo.com is still on the endless loop!
That thing’ll be stuck on stupid long after humanity has extinguished itself.
You use it and your cellphone to make notes, record tasks, calendar events and other things. It converts speech to text which it uses in concert with websites like "google calendar", "remember the milk", zillow, Sandy, Blogger, etc.
Lets say you're driving around looking at houses. You see a house, call the free Jott number and tell it to check Zillow for house prices. The info is then sent to your cell as a text message. Or you're driving around and remember something you need to do. You just call Jott and leave a note. It can then send it to web based task manager like Sandy, or Remember The Milk.
try a little patience... you may have to r-clik and uncheck loop - something will happen... eventually...
For later read
One problem with Newsmap. It seems as if one should be able to click on a headline/story and read the whole article. This will work but only with Internet Explorer. Firefox does nothing. At least, that’s the result of my testing.
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