Timothy Hudson

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What are three websites you find very interesting?

What are three websites you find very interesting, and feel the rest of us might like? These websites can be useful, funny, or thought provoking. I've provided one funny website and two useful ones.

1. xkcd.com
A web comic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.

2. library.nu
Free pdf files, site requires simple registration.

3. customercarecontacts.com
This website provides a well comprised rolodex of contact information for a large multitude of organizations, and simplifies the process of finding what you need.

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    Oct 28 2011: http://artsandlettersdaily.com - interesting writing selected from around the world (mostly art & literature)
    http://www.scitechdaily.com - same thing but focussed on science and technology
    http://givemesomethingtoread.com - assorted interesting things to read
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      Oct 28 2011: Thanks John!

      These are very great websites.
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    Oct 26 2011: 1. http://TED.com/
    Of course, it is where ideas can actually be found in their own originality and it is where remarkable people with their exceptional discussion to the simplest yet exciting form like this exist! :-)

    2. http://mashable.com/
    This is the most effective social media and resourceful website which provides you range of datas in fun graphics. Its layout is fascinating, I simply love Mashable.

    3. http://www.gotquestions.org/
    This website fulfill what you need and satisfy your curiosity, it is a very helpful tool when you find difficulties regarding an issue which you read. 100% recommended.
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    Oct 26 2011: I love Geekologie.com it is a really nerdy but funny blog about tech and the whole geek culture. I think most people will likely find something here they find interesting.

    I have to say LinkedIn.com. I make great use of this tool for business development.

    My favourite news source (Toronto) is theglobeandmail.com. Great journalism, great insights. Not too much filler.
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      Oct 26 2011: thanks Paul,

      I just took a look at geekologie.com, definitely good for some laughs.
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      Oct 26 2011: Thank you Shokhista,

      It is evident by your selections that science and technology innovation appeal to you, a common characteristic in this peer group.