Your Best Websites.

  spuds 07:20 04 Jan 2012

Just a point of curiosity: What websites do you frequent on a regular basis, because they offer any or all of the following or perhaps more. Great downloads, good general information or a pleasure to view and participate?.

  sunnystaines 09:08 04 Jan 2012

for news

google news bbc news daily mail guardian

for updates to software filehippo major geeks

other are for special interest hobbies/health problems etc

  spuds 09:53 04 Jan 2012


Can you provide any links to any of the hobbies/health websites, that might be of interest to the forum members?.

  morddwyd 10:11 04 Jan 2012

I must admit, none (apart from the obvious, of course).

All of my bookmarked sites are of practical value, like my bank, or Amazon or the Met Office etc.

  john bunyan 10:18 04 Jan 2012

Met Office:

CIA facts(Country information)

Too many others to list.

  wee eddie 10:29 04 Jan 2012

My Favourite Site was here, but the Site has become progressively more buggy since the re-Write, so I have moved to Taxi Driver On-line!.

My current gripe is that, while Posting an Answer, the Page freezes unless you move the Side Bar with your Mouse. My Scroll Wheel does not seem to do that particular bit of business.

  Covergirl 14:23 04 Jan 2012

Currently accessing Ultimate Guitar a lot, along with Guitar Backing Tracks and YouTube.

Other than that, our local newsaper, Argos, BBC, Currys, Comet, Wilkinsons (photographic),Google maps and (less and less) PCA for a bit of crack and controversy.

  Flak999 16:16 04 Jan 2012

This is a good one for all you atheists out there! Richard

  Flak999 16:19 04 Jan 2012

And also this. Petrol

  Condom 16:43 04 Jan 2012

I tend to visit the Latest Headlines on Firefox which is the BBC. But my most favourite are my music cover sites like Cover-Paradies and AllCDCovers or Discogs. I use these as part of my interest in Music detail as it helps with finding all the odd tracks that appear in non UK albums especially Japanese Albums as they often have many tracks UK albums don't have. Discogs is good for getting details about hidden tracks which appear on many albums without getting any credit on the covers.

  Aitchbee 16:49 04 Jan 2012

The Internet Movie Database is quite good:-

It provides lots of info on TV progs as well.

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