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Websites That Changed The World

Aug 15, 2006
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Earthfine

Websites that changed the world (according to The Observer):

ebay
wikipedia
napster
youtube
blogger
friendsreunited
drudgereport
myspace
amazon
slashdot
salon
craiglist
google
scotthodge.org
yahoo
easyjet

What do you think?  What sites would be on YOUR list?


12 Responses to “Websites That Changed The World”

  1. Betsy says:

    Ha, ha. Nice how yours is on the list.
    I agree with most of those.
    I would add:
    mapquest

  2. Chris Cree says:

    Man! That link must be re-routing on my computer or something. I couldn’t find your blog referenced in the article my computer went to. Surely just a technical glitch…

  3. This is obviously a tech-chic list. I would contest that slashdot, salon and craigslist didn’t change the world far beyond the Bay Area. Good luck finding fifty people between the Rockies and New Jersey who regularly visit those three sites.

  4. Dave says:

    don’t forget that http://happyweeble.blogspot.com/
    also had a great influance as well…

  5. apple.com
    digg.com
    technorati.com
    smartmobs.com
    winksite.com
    Short list just off the top of my head.

  6. metromom says:

    ummm…craigslist has been quite handy for us in AZ.

  7. metromom says:

    ummm…craigslist has been quite handy for us in AZ.

  8. would definately have to put biblegateway.com up there, im not great at remembering where verses are, so its good, i would visit slash dot occasionally… what else would i put up… o yea…
    http://www.subservientchicken.com/
    what a site

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