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Share your favourite Websites

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I'll start with a site that I've used for many years, http://www.ninite.com - recently reinstalled your OS? getting tired of hunting down all the .exe and .msi files? ninite takes care of that for many commonly used programs.

Another good one is, http://noexcuselist.com/ - a great list of places to go learn how to do things! Want to learn Art or Coding but don't know where to start?

 

 

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Thanks. I wasn't aware of either of those. I don't really have a similarly useful site to share. I've been spending time on Twitter, not tweeting, but following various news sources and watching the US democracy as it's torn down from within.

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Yea, Checking Twitter and reddit? Time to grab the popcorn! 

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Another website that I've used to compare parts and pricing when building computers is, http://pcpartpicker.com/ 

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I'm trying to cut down the number of websites I visit. The Internet is such a time sink. I've managed to avoid Reddit after getting sucked in earlier this year. I still fall into Wikipedia holes every so often.

I read Ars Technica regularly even though I'm not particularly techie or into gaming. Also, Deadline for my TV/movie industry news.

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