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  • #593951

    hudi
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    Which are the 5 websites that you frequent the most?

    My top five are

    1) amazon

    2) gmail

    3) yeshivaworld

    4) my seminary blog

    5) aish

    #726941

    eclipse
    Member

    1.my gmail/YWN CR

    2.Aish.COM

    3.Geni family tree(a relative just started it–beyond cool)

    4. and 5. depends what project I’m currently working on.

    (then there are the COBwebs…)

    #726942

    blueprints
    Participant

    You do realise that anybody who doesn’t put yeshiva world as first will be suspended by the mods

    #726943

    pretty similiar, just substitute drudgereport for your seminary blog.

    #726944

    smartcookie
    Member

    Google 🙂

    Yahoo

    Gmail

    YW-CR

    One more news site

    #726945

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Top 5 (in no particular order and excluding the CR):

    Google Reader — I practically live here. I’m subscribed to a *lot* of RSS feeds (more than I actually have time to read), and Google Reader does an excellent job of organizing it all for me.

    Facebook — I keep in touch with friends and family quite extensively through FB.

    Wikipedia — Yeah, I read a lot of that as well. Usually pretty good for when I need a quick fact or some basic background information on a subject.

    Google Docs — I use Google Docs quite extensively.

    (My mail provider) — obvious

    The Wolf

    #726946

    mewho
    Participant

    i like the following:

    nordstrom

    bloomigdales

    saks

    michael kors

    and YESHIVA WORLD!!!!

    #726947

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    email.

    other email.

    YWN

    drudge report

    #726948

    umm
    Member

    1. Yeshiva World

    2. Gmail

    3. Gymboree

    4. Shutterfly

    5. Accuweather

    (I mean top 5, what I enjoy- obviously not including work website which I may be on more)

    #726949

    RuffRuff
    Member

    Yeshivaworld

    Google

    The site that I’m working on

    Not the other news site

    #726951

    what do i luv to check out on the web???

    Pc world

    Oorah

    Radio shack

    Newsradio88

    Overstock

    #726952

    blueprints
    Participant

    1)YWN-CR

    2)YWN-CR

    3)YWN-CR

    4)YWN-CR

    5)hotmail.com

    #726953

    gavra_at_work
    Participant

    Probably (no order):

    Bloomberg

    YWN

    WSJ

    Orthonomics

    NYT

    #726955

    1dayatatime
    Participant

    VIN

    Matzav

    Google

    Hpd (Building Website)

    YWN

    Lakewood scoop

    #726956

    aish

    msnbc

    espn

    chabad

    facebook…there i said it

    #726957

    blinky
    Participant

    Top 5 sites where there are webs? Thats easy

    corner of a dusty room

    haunted house

    entrance to a cave

    on a doorpost

    next to a liar

    #726959

    my email

    my bank

    YWN

    Only simchas

    But I dont really hang out on any accept my email

    #726960

    SimpleKindaMan
    Participant

    Personally i found the following very helpful for myself…..

    BatyatheBabyCoach.com helped my baby sleep!

    Mavenmall.com great frum clothes!

    Ehow.com teaches you how to do everything!

    YiddishAcademy.com Helped me learn yiddish :>

    #726961

    dunno
    Member

    1dayatatime

    Mine are about the same…

    #726962

    always here
    Participant

    facebook

    email

    YWN

    sidereel

    VIN (since the blizzard)

    #726963

    Dave Hirsch
    Participant

    Tough.

    Can I choose more than five? Do you want those that I frequent most or those that I enjoy best?

    In no particular order, those that I frequent most (other than work and mail):

    1) Twitter Feeds (That’s where I get my news)

    2) Drudge Report (Where I get a kick out of Matt’s intrigue)

    3) Huffington Post (Where I visit the planet of aliens)

    4) Real Clear Politics (Where I read up a bit)

    5) Wikipedia (Where I spend my time reading/writing – when I’m not in the mood of debating the libs)

    There are many more sites I frequent, but you placed a limit. 🙁

    #726964

    justsmile613
    Participant

    google

    YWN

    jewishusedbooks

    vos iz neias

    amazon

    #726965

    haifagirl
    Participant

    1) my e-mail sites

    2) agm2m (a private discussion board)

    3) YWCRN

    4) Facebook

    5) Nonograms-online (Hi. My name is haifagirl and I’m a nonograms addict.)

    #726966

    crdle
    Member

    some ppl here seem to be afraid to say the truth my top 5 are:

    -Facebook

    -Yahoo

    -abc.com

    -fox.com

    -farecompare.com

    #726967

    zappos

    janie and jack

    piperlime

    gap

    facebook

    yeshiva world

    cnn

    #726968

    1dayatatime
    Participant

    Crdle,

    Why the projection?

    #726969

    justsmile613
    Participant

    crdle – i agree with farecompare!

    #726970

    amichai
    Participant

    ywn.

    gmail

    aish.com

    arutz 7 eng/heb.

    janglo (in israel)

    #726971

    bjjkid
    Participant

    1: gmail

    2: shiddichum list

    3: only simchos

    4: yeshiva world

    5: google maps – street view is amazing!

    #726972

    How could I have forgotten two that I visit and spend time on:

    Facebook (see previous threads for my feelings on this)

    Geni – through which I’ve connected to lots of extended branches, and found out I’m connected to Rashi. Fascinating.

    #726975

    pumper
    Member

    1. Yahoo

    2. YWN

    3. eBay

    4. Only Simchas

    5. Gmail

    #726976

    MDG
    Participant

    hotmail

    YWN, especially the CR

    VIN

    wikipedia

    any site that I am developing

    #726977

    philosopher
    Participant

    umm:

    I’m very dissapointed with Gymboree these days. They used to have such cute, adorable stuff and now I can’t find anything but nebby clothing on that site (or in stores).

    #726978

    crdle
    Member

    A woman outside brooklyn- im also on Geni, but I got stuck, and unless someone in your family made a tree tht goes further back than yours, how do you find more info?

    #726979

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    A woman outside brooklyn- im also on Geni, but I got stuck, and unless someone in your family made a tree tht goes further back than yours, how do you find more info?

    One of the more comprehensive sources of family history on the web is Ancestry.com. I’ve found LOTS of stuff on my family there.

    Also, from within Geni, do a search on the names of extended members of your family. Your second cousin may not be on Geni, but another cousin whom she knows (and you don’t) may have her in their tree and have much more information on generations gone before.

    The Wolf

    #726980

    SJSinNYC
    Member

    Gmail.com

    imamother.com

    facebook.com

    The At Home Site

    Babyfit.com

    Blogger

    Sorry YWN.

    #726981

    1) Yahoo/email

    2) Wikipedia

    3) Yeshiva World News

    4) NY Times

    5) eBay

    #726983

    My tree (especially my own branches) does not go back anywhere nearly as far as the aforementioned. However, Geni does allow you to see how’re you’re “connected” to others, which in my case is such a convulated path that I couldn’t even attempt to explain it. But try it – it’s fun! Search for a famous Gadol, for example, and then Geni will tell you whether you’re connected, click on the link to see how, and then have a laugh.

    #726984

    umm
    Member

    philosopher: I love gymboree, though I will admit their summer stuff are much cuter than their winter things. Also, are you shopping for a girl or boy? Their girl’s stuff is whats cute, the boys aren’t anything so amazing, but if there’s something nice in boys it’s worth buying it just for the quality, they wash amazing and will last you for a few children, hard to find that anywhere these days.

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