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12 Addicting Websites You Won’t Be Able To Leave

12 Addicting Websites You Won’t Be Able To Leave
1. freerice.com Learn vocabulary and feed the hungry. Freerice.com is a vocabulary quiz site. For every right answer you select, they give 10 grains of rice to the hungry. Get all the way to level 60 and learn what anergy, mammock, and solation mean. 2. geoguessr.com Explore the world and test your geography knowledge at the same time. 3. mentalfloss.com Mental_floss is full of random trivia knowledge you could never dream of knowing. 4. procatinator.com Every time you load the website, you get a new song and a new cat gif. 5. reddit.com Reddit is possibly the most addicting website on the Internet. 6. snopes.com Confused about what is a truth and what is a lie? 7. sporcle.com Sporcle.com has timed quizzes on just about everything. 8. stumbleupon.com With stumbleupon.com you will reach parts of the Internet you did not know existed. 9. theuselessweb.com Similarly to stumbleupon.com, theuselessweb.com takes you to a random website with one click. 10. tvtropes.org 11. unplugthetv.com

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1% rule (Internet culture) Pie chart showing the proportion of lurkers, contributors and creators under the 90–9–1 principle In Internet culture, the 1% rule is a rule of thumb pertaining to participation in an internet community, stating that only 1% of the users of a website actively create new content, while the other 99% of the participants only lurk. A variant is the "90–9–1 principle" (sometimes also presented as the 89:10:1 ratio),[1] which states that in a collaborative website such as a wiki, 90% of the participants of a community only view content, 9% of the participants edit content, and 1% of the participants actively create new content.

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10 Useful Web Apps for Designers DesignWoop welcomes this guest post by Tomas Laurinavicius. Since the iPhone and iPad entered the market you can hear lots of news about apps for these devices. Tons of apps available today and you can find everything you want. But today I would like to share 10 handy web-based apps for designers. To use these apps you don’t need to buy an iPhone or iPad, you can use them without any additional software or device, you just need a web browser.

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