What websites do you visit everyday?

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There are millions of websites with hundreds of millions of users, but according to Web User magazine almost half of users visit fewer than six per day. I'm curious what websites other ProductWiki community members are reading. Here's my list:

  1. ProductWiki (duh!)
  2. Wikipedia
  3. Google (duh, again)
  4. Netvibes
  5. digg
  6. YouTube
  7. Stumbleupon
  8. del.icio.us
  9. Feedburner
  10. Statscounter
  11. Google Analytics
  12. Google Trends
  13. Google Blog Search
  14. Alexa
  15. GMail
  16. Technorati
  17. TechCrunch (begrudgingly)
  18. Facebook (begrudgingly)
  19. TD bank
  20. RBC bank
  21. Answers.com
  22. Shopping.com
  23. Woot
  24. AVS Forum
  25. CNET
  26. Torrentspy (off-the-record)
  27. The Drama 2.0 Show (when there's a new post)
  28. GigaOm
  29. Radio Paradise

I think my list may be a little longer than average since the Internet is my job, but even then I think the list is pretty short. Not too many smaller sites, even though I do visit a lot of smaller blogs / forums / wikis from search or viral means.

This post was edited by Erik on 8/28/2007 4:44 PM
Hm, I don't have as much overlap with you as I would have thought. A lot of the same tech news-y type sites (TechCrunch, GigaOm, Drama 2.0) but I would add The Alarm Clock and Maple Leaf 2.0 to that. Here's the rest:

  1. ProductWiki
  2. Wikipedia
  3. Google
  4. Netvibes
  5. digg
  6. Facebook (more like every few days)
  7. Go Fug Yourself
  8. The Sartorialist
  9. Set (a game that I'm obsessed with)
  10. Television Without Pity
  11. Post Secret (after an update which happens 1/week)

Sites I visit every day:

1. Productwiki

2. IGN

Sites I visit every few days:

1. Wikipedia

2. Google

3. Addicting Games

4. Youtube

5. Rotten Tomatoes

6. Runescape

 7. Albino Blacksheep

Mega 64.com is pretty funny, check it out if you like video games.

This post was edited by SilenceOmo7 on 9/14/2007 1:55 PM
I visit a lot of the same Web2.0 blogs, and stat services as Erik so I won't mention those again. My daily visits obviously revolve around gaming sites:
Other than that there's
  • GMail
  • Engadget
  • Wikipedia
  • YouTube
  • FaceBook

I almost wish I could list off some more obscure sites, but really there's already so much to read/consume on these big sites (alongside PW of course) that there just isn't enough time in the day to read everything. It blows my mind when people are subscribed to hundreds of RSS feeds. I mean really? REALLY?

Actually, I just remembered a great blog that not many people read, but is very informative.

It's written by Markus Frind the one-man-show behind POF and he's pretty open with his information, so there's a lot of really interesting information there.
This post was edited by Omar on 8/29/2007 11:32 AM
In NO particular order ;) 

Most are visited via NETVIBES.

The obvious
0. ProductWiki

Personal Projects
1. MadWhips
2. CarZi

The usuals
3. Google
4. YouTube
5. Stumble
6. Sitemeter

Friends - Blogging, Personal Development, Make Money Online
7. Nate Whitehill
8. Steve-Olson
9. John Chow

Business & News Sections
10. Trump University
11. LA Times
12. NY Times
13. The Globe And Mail

Fun Celebrity Gossip
14. TMZ
16. FilmDrunk
17. I Dont Like You In That Way

18. Pandora (I love my companies American proxy, otherwise its banned in Canada)

For Self Marketing
19. Facebook

Automotive News
20. Motorpulse
21. Jalopnik
22. Left Lane News
23. Piston Heads
24. Winding Road
25. Autoblog
26. GT Spirit
27. CarMagazine.co.uk

Gadgets & Ultra Luxe Goodies
28. Engadget
29. Sybarites
30. AquireMag
31. BornRich

Stocks, Maps, Tech News..
32. Finance.Google.Com
33. Maps.Google.com
34. News.Google.com
35. Mashable
36. TechCrunch

Random Fun
37. Hot Blog Girls

38. The Pirate Bay

P.S. Having a FAVICON is a must, I have my entire firefox toolbar with just the FAVICONs, so if your site doesn't have one GET ONE.

Other than productwiki.com, check out the only site I visit everyday:


Here are a couple of sites I also like:


UEFA Champions League


Overheard in New York

This post was edited by dakalvia on 8/29/2007 1:43 PM
None of these are everyday, but are close.


I also visit some sites from my RSS feeds once in a while, such as Engadget, Linux Today, PC Mag, PopSci, Newsweek, CNN, and Lifehacker.
I'm too much of a plebeian when it comes to tech sites, and too much of a news junkie.
Here are some sites that I frequent on a weekly basis:

1. Wikipedia
2. Google
3. ProductWiki
4. Globe and Mail
5. New York Times
6. Project Syndicate - great collection of news commentaries
7. The Guardian
8. Der Spiegel Int'l
9. CNN
10. Facebook
11. Women's Health
12. The Satorialist - good taste Amanie!
13. The Hype Machine - best mp3 blog aggregator out there
14. Rotate This! - to check up on Toronto concert listings
15. Epicurious - recipes
16. Chez Pim - foodie indulgence
This post was edited by sharonna on 8/30/2007 7:15 AM

Summer has consumed my life, but when I am at the computer I get my fix on...they are numbered but I don't look at these sites in this order:

1. Facebook

2. Google mail

3. Productwiki

4. nytimes.com & cnn.com

5. motherjones.com (super liberal)

6. geeksugar.com

7.Theonion.com & youtube

8. for mind candy I go to Perezhilton.com

9. arts and letters daily.com

10. drudgereport.com

11. bbc


you guys listed some sites that i never heard of, some are pretty cool...great thread. 

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