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Site #124 -
If you are planning a trip and have some time on your hands, consider plotting
a route while using Roadtrippers. It will add in hotels, attractions and natural wonders that
can be found along your selected path. Some of the places I found were interesting indeed.
Site #123 -
This site is very simplistic, but quite easy-to-use. There are no complicated forms to fill
out or extensive vetting of information required. It is simply a map of some of the current scams
operating in your area. In fact, while I appreciate the effort required to create and maintain
this site, my only complaint is that it is not comprehensive enough.
Site #122 -
This website is packed with peer-reviewed snippets of information written in plain English. The
information is all supported, but what makes the site so great is the fact that it is
based on empirical data. So the next time you wonder whether you should really eat
that deep-fried, chocolate-covered Twinkie, check here first and see if a study has been done on it.
Site #121 -
If you find yourself laughing at the numerous daily memes found on Facebook, then
you are sure to find a laugh on this site. It has one of the best compilations of
memes found anywhere on the net and is just plain fun.
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Site #120 -
What makes this site so unique is that people will superimpose an old photograph
that was taken at a certain place and time over a new one of the exact same location.
What this website lacks in complexity, it more than makes up for in terms of charm and character.
Site #119 -
There are times in life when you need a little noise to distract you. If you are trying to get
some work done in your home office, it is tough to concentrate when the dog is barking
or the neighbor's lawn mower gets going. When that happens, just click on this site and fill your
headphones with ambient nose. My favorite is the crickets.
Site #118 -
Now this is a very useful site. It allows you to unenroll from all of those pesky email
newsletters and other unintended subscriptions that have attached themselves to your inbox.
Best of all, this service is easy to use and completely free of charge. Check it out, you'll be glad you did.
Site #117 -
If you are curious about big ships and where they are headed throughout the world,
check out Marine Traffic to get your fix and find out more about their port of origin and their ultimate destinations.
You'll be amazed to find out how much information this site actually contains.
Site #116 -
There are plenty of ways to make money in the world, but one of the more unusual ways to
make money is by becoming a virtual juror. Some litigants pay to have virtual juries
hear their cases before they are presented before a live jury in the courtroom. This is your chance to be
a part of that process.
Site #115 -
One of my own personal guilty pleasures, Ranker.com simply ranks everything, from
your favorite movies to your favorite video games plus a whole lot more. The information
is endlessly fascinating and will lead you to spend countless hours finding out
where your interests rank in the pantheon of life.
Site #114 -
The first site suggested by a fan is Technobezz. A site dedicated towards fixing
those annoying technological glitches, this site is both useful and topical, making
it a must visit for those needed a technological fix.
Site #113 -
While Friendable is easy enough to access via your personal computer, this site
is geared towards the mobile generation. While it was originally designed to act
as a hook-up site, it has matured into a place where the users focus on friendship.
This site is also a favorite of ex-patriated Americans from around the world.
Site #112 -
Tis site is focused primarily on the craft of writing. Far more accurate
than a simple spell check, Grammarly gets at the root of your writing issues and
can also check for plagiarized passages at the touch of a button. Write better with Grammarly.
Site #111 -
To be totally honest here, this site made me laugh out loud and that is a very
hard thing to accomplish. The site is quite simplistic, but it is hilariously
accurate and quite astute. The newest slogans for Hamburger Helper and Taco Bell
is guaranteed to at least get a smile out of you.
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Site #110 -
What makes this site cool is its focus on making family connections. They not
only have a massive database of information to work with, they can also do
things like test your DNA to find out what your exact heritage based on your genetic makeup.
This is a very useful site.
Site #109 -
If you are low income or meet certain other conditions, you can get a virtually free
phone from the government by clicking on this link. For those of you who need
to have a phone on hand, this program can be a virtual lifesaver.
Site #108 -
This is a website for pilots and those that understand what they do. It allows for flight
tracking and contains a lot of other essential information. How else will you
know not to fly over that volcano in Alaska? Be aware with flight aware.
Site #107 -
Prices for select medical procedures vary widely from place to place and is
one of the reasons why the cost of medical care continues to skyrocket. This
site allows you to save on medical costs by shopping around and that is exactly what the doctor ordered.
Site #106 -
Life presents us with certain things that need fixing and hacking. If you ever
wondered how to fix certain things or hack your way through certain problems,
then this is the place for you. Check it out. You'll be glad you did.
Site #105 -
This is a great site that allows one to invest in stocks without having to pay
any fees. In addition, Loyal3 also allows investors to get in on select IPO's
at the true IPO price. This site can be a powerful help to your portfolio.
Site #104 -
This site explores the odd assortment of news and links that make you think.
While some might think of it as one gigantic time waster, there is a lot of
merit to exploring a site whose main focus is on trying to be original and unique.
Site #103 -
Here you will find some of the more eclectic and electric products for purchase
anywhere on the web. While some of the items cost a small fortune, there are
others that can fit into anyone's price range. Definitely worth a look.
Site #102 -
Since today is a leap year day, it is a great time to add one of the more
useful sites on the web. This is the place for everything related to time and
its relative impact on our daily lives. It has a little something for everyone.
Site #101 -
This site is rather difficult to describe, but think of it as
a library where you go to check out people instead of books. Once
you do, you'll be halfway there and you will see what all of the excitement is about.
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Site #100 -
This is another great learning environment with loads of online courses that
have the added benefit of being free. Better yet, they also document your participation
with printable certificates.
Site #99 -
Are you an investor looking to figure out the name of a company that has been touted
as the next great thing, but that has been kept under wraps? Well, pout no more. Let the stock
gumshoe figure it out for you.
Site #98 -
If the moon were only one pixel, then you could start to imagine how big the
universe might be. If you dwell on it too much; however, you might feel pretty insignificant.
Site #97 -
Personal investing has become mainstream and so have the social networks that support this growing
trend. Stocktwits provide novice investors with short tweets of information regarding their favorite stocks.
Site #96 -
Soundcloud allows people to upload audio files simply and without a lot of hassle. Because of this feature, a lot
of new and upcoming music can be found here. This is one of those places where the indie music scene thrives.
Site #95 -
One of the more innovative sites I have come across, Better Help allows people to purchase counseling
on-line from licensed providers. While some might not like this tech-savvy approach, it does allow you to keep a complete record of your sessions for future reference.
Site #94 -
This site is one of the dozens of places where you can buy printable products; however, I
can personally vouch for the quality and the cost effectiveness of this site. I highly recommend it.
Site #93 -
This is a useful free site that lets you check on the integrity of questionable websites. There is
also a link to determine a site's approximate net worth. It does not necessarily work
well for smaller sites, but it is definitely worth a look.
Site #92 -
The granddaddy of tech sites, Original signal combines a lot of tremendously informative articles into one
source. If you are interested in the world of technology, then this site has to be on your radar.
Site #91 -
This is a very cool look at all of the internet phraseology like BRB and IDK. It is a very
comprehensive list and growing all the time. Check it out and see what slang you have been missing.
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Site #90 -
If you are into gaming and livestreaming, then you must have heard of this site. If not, it
is a great place to follow live broadcasts of your favorite games. Scratch your gaming itch with Twitch.
Site #89 -
This clever site allows local chefs and food fanatics to prepare delicious meals for small groups at
reasonable prices. If you are looking for a unique dining experience, look no further than this site.
Site #88 -
Essentially an internet delivery service, Postmates will hire local delivery drivers to
stop and shop for you. They are also hiring drivers if you feel like making extra money.
Site #87 -
A fantastic compilation of personal stories and letters gathered from America's veterans throughout
the years, this is an amazing site with all kinds of fascinating content. Definitely worth a look.
Site #86 -
Now this site will not be everyone's cup of tea, but if you are hankering for a Muskrat burger or some Antelope steak,
then this is the place for you. I mean, where else can you get Alligators tenders? Maybe a McDonald's in Orlando?
Site #85 -
If you own an antique or collectible car at least 26 years old, then you need to check out this
site for your auto insurance. You will not believe the low prices you can get here. My friend swears
Site #84 -
Overclockers is a highly technical site that spells out the ways and means to supercharge your computer. You might
not want to visit this link if you are not technically savvy, but for those who are, this site is a virtual paradise.
Site #83 -
This is what I like to think of as a building block website of the internet. If you wish to find out basic
reference information, this is the website to go to. Not only that, but the site also encompasses Dictionary.com and Thesaurus.com.
Site #82 -
As we all know, the world of business is filled with the dangers of fraud and dishonesty. This website reports on
many of the shenanigans occurring out there in the world. Fight back with Rip Off Report.
Site #81 -
This is a great idea for a website. A patient powered platform for discussing shared illnesses, Patients Like Me offers
intellectual and emotional support for those that share similar illnesses. This is truly a smart idea and represents the best of the net.
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Site #80 -
This site is the home of a neat group of scientists and engineers who experiment with all
kinds of unique and creative ideas that you may find familiar, especially if you are a geek or a gamer. This is one clever group of people.
Site #79 -
Are you looking for great deals, but hate to pay for shipping? Free Shipping is a website that finds thousands
of free shipping codes from major retailers and shares them with you. Why pay for shipping when you don't have to?
Site #78 -
This site is a great aggregator for other sites. It scours them for news and places the world
of the internet at your fingertips. Be careful as this site is very addicting and it works great with mobile devices as well.
Site #77 -
Priceblink is a neat site that finds the lowest prices for items you shop for on the internet and
automatically stays in the background until you need it. Check out Priceblink.com today. You'll be glad you did.
Site #76 -
One of the largest sites of its kind, Kickstarter helped blaze the trail for the idea known as crowdfunding. While
it is certainly not easy to raise money this way, many worthy causes have found a fundraising home through this website.
Site #75 -
Now this is an interesting site with a lot of addictive political content. Suggested by an astute web source,
Politifact is one of those sites that check for the truth behind the lies that politicians tell. That keeps them very busy.
Site #74 -
Known for its lists and trends involving popular culture, Buzzfeed is mostly entertainment, but still
a lot of fun. In our over-hyped culture, sites like this one stand out in their ability to generate buzz.
Site #73 -
This site allows you to look for alternative fueling stations anywhere in the world. As the world switches
away from pure gasoline engines, where else are you going to look for a place to plug in your new Tesla Roadster?
Site #72 -
Snippish rarely focuses on product placement, but Pink Zebra products are pretty neat. Using scented dots, you can mix
and match some unbelievable fragrances. The variety is astounding and my favorites are all the foodie smells. Yum.
Site #71 -
Let's face it, some of us are addicted to technology. Whether it is articles focused on new gadgets or the
next great gaming innovation, you need to know where to go. For technophiles, there is no better place than
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Site #70 -
This is an enormous website that a lot of you may have heard of, but whose features may have
eluded you. Not only does it seek to quantify details of every movie ever made, it also has
very cool features like recent trivia and insider film goofs. A must see web site for movie fans.
Site #69 -
This is one of several sites that memorialize loved ones; however, this one gets the nod because it is 100%
advertiser free and it allows you to put up a free memorial page. There is an upcharge if you want to
build a larger page, but the tone and spirit of the site is respectful.
Site #68 -
Have you ever wanted a crater on Mars named after you? How about an entire planet? For a small
fee, your dream can come true on this crowd-funded planet naming site. I wonder if there will be
a Snippish world out there soon?
Site #67 -
This is a unique website that focuses on comics that have a philosophical bend to them. Peppered
with a few adult themes, it is a fusion of the complex and the simple. The esoteric and the sublime. It offers a lot to think about in a very small space.
Site #66 -
This link is very special to me. Not just for the fact that it allows you to continue
reading about your very favorite fan fiction characters, but that it also allows you
to write about them as well. Let's face it, how many fans would love to see more Harry Potter or Firefly?
Site #65 -
Here is a site run by the National Institutes of Health that allow you to test
your musical sensibility. It is called the distorted tunes test and it takes about
ten or fifteen minutes. For the record, yours truly scored 25 out of 26.
Site #64 -
Even though celebrity worship is no doubt contributing to the decline of Western culture,
some of these celebs and their entourage of craziness is compelling to behold. If you
crave a mental break from reality, click here and get your Hollywood fix.
Site #63 -
You may have already heard of this website, as it is one of the larger and more well known
of the websites featured on Snippish, but that does not diminish its usefulness. Hulu.com
allows you to stream popular TV and movies and is sponsored by recurring ad revenue.
Site #62 -
This is a raw and unedited version of youtube.com. Be warned that some of the videos are quite graphic
in their depictions; however, this website is also a fountain of cutting edge news and relevant world topics.
Enjoy, but surf with caution. Remember, you have been warned.
Site #61 -
One of the world's largest database of jobs can be found at Simplyhired.com. They have an amazing
array of opportunities for those people looking to get hired in a competitive marketplace. If you
are unemployed, click here for help.
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Site #60 -
Home of Google guitar and other classic Google doodles, this was a gem of a find for me personally.
One of my favorite things about these doodles is that you never know what one is coming next. Google gets high marks for creativity.
Site #59 -
Do you need to find a freelancer to finish a project you're on? Do you need to
make some money on the side as a writer or a programmer? If so, then this is one
of the largest self-employment sites on the web. When you think of freelance, think of Elance.com.
Site #58 -
A great source of news for the internet, the New York daily news covers a lot of the stories that do not
seem to make it into the largest news websites. Great reporting, but be warned that it is a little gritty.
It is New York we're talking about here.
Site #57 -
This is one of the sites that is hard to quantify. Part news and part entertainment, Dose.com
is a look at some of the cool and quirky trends that are occurring in the world around us. By the way,
I had never even heard of a watercolor tattoo before visiting this site.
Site #56 -
On this site, people post their secrets anonymously. What is cathartic for them is compelling
for us. Obviously, the name derives from the number of people in the world's population and the notion that everyone
has a secret.
Site #55 -
The world's largest online art community is just a click away. Of course there are a lot of artists
that have found this spot first, but if you want to see their unique and insightful creations, click here.
Site #54 -
This is a unique site that plays interviews from fascinating celebrities. The interviews includes such greats
as Heath Ledger, Janis Joplin and Carol Burnett. Listening to them in their own reflective voice is remarkable.
Site #53 -
This is a music listening site that helps you find some of the latest and greatest
talent that is out there, even when they are just starting out. Find your new favorite music at Grooveshark. I know I did.
Site #52 -
This site presents a lot of interesting facts in a format that is both quick and visually appealing.
Pick a topic and then click on the slide button. Be forewarned that there are some graphic images on the site.
Site #51 -
While everyone on the internet knows about Wikipedia, not everyone knows about one of its sister sites, wikivoyage.
This is essentially a travel site that has informative articles about virtually any destination you can think of, including your own hometown.
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Site #50 -
One of my favorite parts about editing this website is discovering new sites that
I never knew about. Snapzu.com is a community driven content provider. Click on the articles and
find yourself surprised by what's out there. I know I did.
Site #49 -
Here is a site focused on finding you the next great book to read. Sometimes you know
just what to grab next, but for those times that leave you wondering, try this site and watch what it can do.
Site #48 -
Now this is a great link for Harry Potter fans of all ages. It is an on-line experience that lets
you explore the wizarding world of Harry Potter at no cost. It is fun and you might be surprised
where the sorting hat puts you.
Site #47 -
Planning a wedding, but not sure where to begin? The answer may come in the form of a website that
allows you to plug in a few details and then get vendors to come to you. It saves you a lot of time
and just might help you save a whole lot of money.
Site #46 -
This site is part of the public access TV show that most people who see it cannot get enough of. Not only do they
try out new recipes and ingredients, but they honestly assess the best types of equipment to use in your kitchen
as well. If you like cooking, check out this site.
Site #45 -
Do you have a passion for boardgames or kayaking? If you do, then you might want to find others
who share your passion in life. Meetup.com is the place to find out where people are getting
together to share these passions. Meet up with others and enjoy life more.
Site #44 -
This site is actually called the Museum for Endangered Sounds. It is one man's impressive
attempt to catalog some of the sounds fading from yesteryear. Give it a listen and I guarantee
it will bring back memories.
Site #43 -
This is another site that is hard to categorize in just a few words. The Burning Man festival takes place
in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada every autumn around Labor Day. You will have to check out the website
in order to understand the immense size and scope of this event.
Site #42 -
If you are a sports junkie, there are very few websites that have a more comprehensive profile than
ESPN.com. Not only is it packed with stories and the latest scores, but it also has a fantasy sports section
as well. If you're into sports, click here often.
Site #41 -
This is a well-written site that showcases not only technical articles, but those with a lot
of general interest appeal as well. What sets them apart seems to be their approach to life.
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Site #40 -
A site for cool gifts, thinkgeek.com has tie-ins to some of your favorite shows. In fact, don't
tell anyone, but yours truly might have a Millenium Falcon bottle opener lying around somewhere.
Site #39 -
Have you ever wondered if you have seen a picture on the internet somewhere else before? Tineye.com
essentially performs a reverse lookup for pictures on the web and finds out where else it has been
used at. This is a very helpful and informative search.
Site #38 -
Credit reporting is a necessary evil in our society, but you can fight the inaccuracies and disinformation
commonly found in your credit reports here. Authorized by the federal government, this valuable site allows
you to get your credit reports for free.
Site #37 -
The one and only Pulitzer Prize winners are listed here along with snippets of what they have done
to earn the coveted award. If you are a fan of writing in its many forms, then
consider a click to this classic site. You'll be glad you did.
Site #36 -
Are you fascinated with statistics? Do you like to compare countries and find out about their crime rates,
GDP, and level of education? If so, then nationmaster.com is the site for you. It is a fascinating look at
the numbers. If you are a geek at heart, then take a minute and look at this site.
Site #35 -
Are you looking for the lowest price for a gallon of gas? Find it here just by putting in your
zip code. This is a handy site when you want to save real money. Check out the national gas map too
and see if California is still the most expensive state in the nation.
Site #34 -
The tag line for this website indicates that they are "purveyors of curiously awesome products."
One click and I'm pretty sure you'll agree. Whether it is a pop bottle rocket launcher or an
oversized gummy bear, this is the place to find it.
Site #33 -
Do you ever get sick of sites that are too warm and fuzzy? If you do, then this is the site
for you. Hosted by cutting edge comedians without a filter, the site is mostly silly stuff
wrapped in a veneer of goofiness. When it works though, it's pretty amazing.
Site #32 -
Do you ever want to go to a site that just focuses on the positive? Me too. every once in a while,
it is nice to see a site that is grounded in snips and snails and puppy dog tails. Get overloaded by cuteness here.
Site #31 -
Where can you play thousands and thousands of games for free? Kongregate.com is a site for when you
have a lot of time on your hands and you want to play some games without a lot of hassle. The site is highly rated for its ease of use and
huge variety of game options.
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Site #30 -
Matthew Christopher is a photographer whose photos help to capture the urban decay of
America. Looking through some of the photos reminds me that behind every one of them
is a dream that went awry or a potential that went unfulfilled. It is both beautiful and sad,
all at the same time. This site gets a strong recommendation from Snippish.
Site #29 -
Mashable is a website geared for the trends of today. It focuses a lot on technical articles
regarding computers and computing, but it carries a generalized focus on the cutting edge.
One of my good friends is always quoting something from mashable.com.
Site #28 -
The slogan of this website is "Yesterday's Tomorrow Today" and the site explores many
of yeterday's predictions, trends and ideas. You have to wonder why technology moves
so quickly in some areas, but not in others. This site provides a glimpse in that direction.
Site #27 -
There is a standard of of objective truth that a lot of great organizations try
to reach, but fall short of. The BBC is one of the very few that actually succeeds.
Even their website is amazing in its depth and complexity. Definitely worth a click.
Site #26 -
Some of you out there are pretty good at photography. If you are and would like to add some
great digital effects to your pictures, then check out picmonkey.com. They will help you do
all kinds of things you might have never known were possible.
Site #25 -
Do you need legal help of some kind? Are you pretty knowledgeable about what to do, but
need some legal forms? If that is the case, then you might want to give nolo.com a try. They also
have a lot of handy legal software for sale.
Site #24 -
Do you like discount codes and codes for free shipping? If so, check out one of the web's
smartest sites designed to save you money. That is the sole function of this website, but they are pretty good at it.
Site #23 -
One of the sites that people have heard about their whole lives, but have never visited, is the
Library of Congress. This site references one on the largest book collections in the world
and if you are looking for something especially arcane, you might want to try and look for it here.
Site #22 -
How many times have we heard the old adage that it is not what you know, but who you know
that matters? At careersonar.com, they take networking to a new level. They help you find all
of those inside job opportunities before they are posted to the general public.
Site #21 -
Now this is a useful site. Taskrabbits are ordinary people that perform service tasks for other
people for a small fee. Whether it is cleaning something, fixing something or buying groceries, if you need
someone to do it, look here first.
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Site #20 -
This website is the grandaddy of debunkers on the web. They examine those pesky internet rumors
and urban myths in order to find the truth. This is a very popular site and very useful if you
suspect that some fact your brother told you sounds a little "fishy."
Site #19 -
Slate is a very informative website with a liberal bend. It links to a lot of great articles and
has commentary by some of the left-wing's most articulate thinkers. They are also quite adept at looking through
the modern lens of culture and finding what is the most relevant. If you like your politics to the left, look to Slate.
Site #18 -
The Drudge Report is a very informative website with a conservative bend. It links to a lot of other sites and
has commentary by some of the right-wing's most articulate thinkers. For some reason, they are also
extremely good at breaking stories. If you like your politics to the right, look to Drudge.
Site #17 -
There are very few sites that surprise me by their sheer depth and breadth, but Forvo.com is one
of them. They simply take all of the words in the world and pronounce them for you. Not only is this
a pretty lofty goal, but the speakers are pretty good at. You should give it a listen.
Site #16 -
Facecrooks.com - The
problem that comes with all of our excessive social exposure lies embedded in the temptation for some
to engage in illegal and unethical activities. Facecrooks.com fights against those that would do you
harm by warning of Facebook scams and the bad actors that perpetuate them.
Site #15 -
Now this is a great website for the writer in you. It allows you to write and share your work with a large audience. While
this kind of introspection and exposition may not be everyone's cup of tea, if you fancy
yourself a writer, try medium.com.
Site #14 -
What would happen if you married excellent cartooning to inspirational visions of our world? Well,
it turns out that you would have a site like zenpencils.com.
Site #13 -
Let's face it, phobias are kind of fun to think about, as long as they belong to someone
else and not you. This site has been around since 1995 and you should click on it.
Unless you are a triskaidekaphobiac.
Site #12 -
Iversity.org - Would you like
to take a college course for free? If you have time on your hands and want to
learn something useful and interesting, then iversity.org is for you. The premise of iversity is pretty simple. It involves signing up for
courses and then waiting for them to begin. No long lines to register for classes and no financial aid forms to fill out. Learn about political philosophy, the architectecture of contemporary buildings or the essence of dark matter. Your brain will thank you.
Site #11 -
Whatwasthere.com - Now this is
a clever idea. Take a look at history in your own hometown by looking at what was there in previous decades. This website has a lot of great photography
from locations you drive by every day. If you are interested in the world about you and the world that existed before
you got into it, then click on this site and take a moment to explore the past in all of its black-and-white glory.
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Site #10 -
Space.com - The central hub for our
love affair with outer space begins here. There is a tremendous amount of interesting content and cool links to
explore that can take you from our little planet and through to the rest of the galaxy. Part informative and part advocacy, it implies the question that a lot of us keep asking to ourselves
over and over again. When are we going to re-energize the space program? What are we waiting for?
Site #9 -
Readability.com - You will
find that as Snippish develops over time, some of the websites we pick will be extremely useful while others will simply be a lot
of fun. Readability.com is one of the useful ones. What this site does is clean up cluttered web pages to allow for easy reading in virtually any
format you can think of. Hopefully it won't have to work very hard when it comes to cleaning up Snippish.
Site #8 -
Epicurious.com - Only a few
people will remember the original site prior to Snippish that was developed in 2005 and sold a short time after getting started. On that site, Epicurious was
considered a unique and premium site involving food in all of its glory. Epicurious has done nothing but improve over
the years since that time. Where else can you find a great recipe for mango-kale juice and a Mediterranean Bison Slider?
Site #7 -
Soyouwanna.com - A lot of sites
seemed to be overly complicated by design. While we all appreciate sophistication and artful design, there are
a tremendous number of users that simply want to get somewhere and start doing stuff. If that is your goal,
then soyouwanna will help you get there.