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College researchers often need more than Google and Wikipedia to get the job done. To find what you're looking for, it may be necessary to tap into the invisible web, the sites that don't get indexed by broad search engines. The following resources were designed to help you do just that, offering specialized search engines, directories, and more places to find the complex and obscure.
You are here: Home / Misc / Internet / 10 Helpful Websites You Have Never Heard Of It’s easy to get lost on the internet among the millions of useless websites and the couple dozen or so good ones. Unfortunately, some of the few good ones go way under the radar, and you’ve never even heard of them, let alone visit them.
It's become something of an annual tradition at Datamation to end the year with a gigantic compilation of all the open source software we've surveyed over the past twelve months or so. (See 2010's Open Source Apps: the Ultimate List and 2009's Open Source Software: The Monster List .) This year's retrospective is bigger than ever with 957 excellent open source applications featured. The complete list is a lot to handle in one sitting, so we've divided it into categories.
Sometimes words aren’t the right thing; sometimes all you need is a picture to look at. Whether it is to understand what life is like somewhere in the world, to convey a feeling that words cannot express, or just to soak in some cuteness from the universe, photo blogs can usually do the trick. Below is a selection of nine awesome blogs and photo sites that offer amazing, priceless images, each in its own way.
Wide angle photography and stitching software help creating our personal panoramas quite easy. It is these very skills and tools that have gone into creating panoramic worlds we can view in our browsers. You can consider panorama websites as another peephole for a bit of virtual tourism. Of course, just like the travel videos we covered earlier, they aren’t the real life deal.
<img src="http://timenerdworld.files.wordpress.com/2012/09/50bestwebsites1.jpg?w=480&h=320&crop=1" alt="50bestwebsites" title="50bestwebsites"/> Just a guess: You’re probably already aware that Google, Amazon and Twitter are worth checking out. So as usual, most of the sites on our 50 Best Websites list aren’t yet household names. They’re ones that we TIME editors find to be useful, entertaining, innovative or just plain addictive — and in some cases, all of the above. Read on and we’ll tell you about our favorites in 10 categories.
The Internet is full of entertainment, but if you’re looking for more amusing ‘lol’ images or other priceless images and other goodies, be ready to unleash your inner procrastinator and check out the following list of websites. They’re bound to entertain you with tons of hilarious pictures for at least a couple of hours. theCHIVE theCHIVE is a booming photoblog with many recurring posts, most of which are collections of hilarious, bizarre or otherwise, potentially viral images. Some of these posts include the Daily Afternoon Randomness , which is a highly popular set of either edited or unedited, random and funny pictures, as well as the Daily Morning Awesomeness , another popular post with a variety of either inspiring, cool or sometimes, even jaw-dropping but hilarious images.
Robot For President YouTube - Hitler Banned From iSketch! Content Aware Image Resizing (found by J-Roen) SeaDragon @ TED The Bad Signage Pool Dice Stacking Fantoche (2 times) RENT - online auditions Polo without the horse 3d motion portrait Fruit Vessel Monkey Loves Pigeon Jessica the Pet Hippo (found by Julia ) Treadmill Madness Bending Light Sleeping Concert In Spain Partial Face Transplants Cop riding Segway runs down suspect color matching coffee cup SÃ£o Paulo No Logo super fun happy slide Daft Hands Crowd Farm zZz Babies Eating Lemons Type the Sky Screaming Beans Visible Only Through a Digital Camera Walk it Out (found by Lauren) Inmate Thriller The Moment the Tallest Man Met the Shortest Man David Shrigley Music Video Brain Cloud Pictures at Right Angles (found by Doodles ) The New Internet Hero Laughing Yoga 2 Jed Movie The Wind Apnee Typography Toys Letter of the Day (found by Paul Drew) Origins of Punctuation Marks
A secret society is a club or organization whose activities and inner functioning are concealed from non-members. Secret Societies are organized conspiracies working in secret to achieve a hidden agenda. Members use secrecy to protect themselves and their movement. Critics view Secret Societies as malevolent organizations working against the general will of mankind. ‘ Members may be required to conceal or deny their membership, and they are often sworn to hold the society’s secrets by an oath.
16. isnsfw.com – when you wish to share a NSFW page but with a warning. 17. e.ggtimer.com – a simple online timer for your daily needs. 18. coralcdn.org – if a site is down due to heavy traffic, try accessing it through coral CDN. 19. random.org – pick random numbers, flip coins, and more. 20. mywot.com – check the trust level of any website . 21. viewer.zoho.com – Preview PDFs and Presentations directly in the browser.
Found an awesome list of alternative and useful search engine sites and I just had to share it with you guys, its a lot of fun! Written by Charles S. Knight, SEO and edited by Richard MacManus. The original version of the Top 100 Alternative Search Engines List appeared here on Read/WriteWeb on January 29, 2007.
This year we set out to come up with a useful and interesting list showcasing 100 of the best blogs on the Internet. This list should give you a good inside track into the vast world of ideas out there on the Internet. It's impossible to scour the net for all worthy blogs in a list like this. And we are sure to have left some important blogs out.
Probability and statistics blog : Matt Asher finds statistics and probability everywhere, and his blog offers up some amazing, educational and provocative content. Xi'an's Og : Not all of the content presented here revolves around statistics, but this Universite Paris Dauphine professor sticks mainly with research, papers, events, computations and Bayesian subject matter. Three-Toed Sloth : Math and statistics geeks wanting to see the disciplines applied to current events, science and plenty more will have plenty to love about Three-Toed Sloth. Statisfaction : PhD students affiliated with the CREST research institute blog extensively about statistics, economics and plenty more relevant, often overlapping topics.