Perhaps I am cheating a bit here, but Stumbleupon has become an indispensable tool for non-work internetting.?I spend the bulk of my hours regarding and researching fashion and all that could become fashion.?As one might imagine, this can become a bit tiresome.?But this marvelous website, or rather the browser tool you download from it, has enjoyably expanded my computing experience.?You initially select topics of interest and one button does all the rest.?
I have since been revealed:
3-D Archimedean solids;?dictionaries of etymology, embroidery stitches, baby names; animated biological human functions; abandoned cities; recipe blogs; adorable kittens; Spanish folk sayings; international newspapers; how to build a tree house; photography of every corner of the planet and type of storm; an Evil Plan Guide; classic novels to read online; translation tools to Hieroglyphs, Latin, nightingale; Parisian apartments; the secret of Mayan blue pigment; how to figure out a combination lock in 12 seconds; online Russian Cyrillic keyboard; home remedies that produce a state of euphoria; man decorates basement with $10 worth of Sharpies; the plates of Les Fleurs Animees 1847; Mark Twain quotes; sea floor time lapse video; a machine free killer cardio circuit; ghost documentation; the world's most dangerous hiking trails, weirdest hotels, oldest skyscrapers ; electron microscope images of a fly foot; homemade household products; an Italian monastery for sale; the best time to buy everything, sleep, eat, learn, have sex; Heinrich Hoffmann- Struwwelpeter; The Dark Side of the Periodic Table; mantra from the Dalai Lama; ; why is the sky blue? does the turtle have a shell? can we see galaxies 47 billion light years when the universe is only 13 billion years old?;?How Randomness Rules Our World and Why We Cannot See It- Scientific American.
But what do you think?