Which websites do you regularly read?


#1

Thinking more UK and world news, sport, TV and film, etc, etc, than forums and social media, etc.

Joke answers welcome.


#2

Guardian
The Ringer (US sport and pop culture, some politics)
ESPN
Fantasy football scout (and a bunch of other fantasy sport sites)
Cricinfo
NFL .com
Five Thirty Eight (US stat-based analysis)
Digitiser 2000 (daft computer game nonsense from back in the day, but up to date)


#3

Not many anymore tbh, goodreads, guardian website, everything else is basically on social media sites


#4

https://www.irinnews.org
https://www.politico.eu
https://www.lrb.co.uk


a few blogs, the guardian, etc.


#5

BBC News, Guardian, FT, The Atlantic, New Yorker, New York Times etc for news & sport. Used to be able to piggyback on my work’s account for the Economist, but that’s stopped working now.

CityLab, CItyMetric, Dezeen, Building Design, Architect’s Journal, Spoon & Tamago and a bunch of others for design/architecture stuff.

Which? for if we’re buying something. RockPaperShotgun and MrBiffo for gaming.

That’s probably about it. Maybe Pitchfork, Noisey, Broadly etc if someone posts a link to a decent article.


#6

Oh, couple more: LRB, New Socialist, London Reconnections, Business Insider, Politics.co.uk mainly if articles pop up on my feed.


#7

Nobody cares mate!


#8

To be honest, I/we usually have BBC News streaming in the background for when you really that that daily 8-hour fix of Grenfell or ISIS. Tend to open BBC News and BBC Sport on the bus just to take in the headlines, and that’s about it. :biking_man: CyclingNews.com too, obviously. TBH I just have Tweetdeck open all day and flick to that for the latest news and opinions.


#9

None, really/ The Jacobin every so often.


#10

Guardian, DiS, and Eurogamer


#11

Pretty much my list as well.


#12

Mostly:
The Guardian
Al-jazeera
reddit (mostly for r/bjj and r/mma)
mmajunkie
wired

occasionally
broadly
fivethirtyeight
lifehacker


#13

BBC News, Guardian and this one mainly. For finding out what/when TV shows are coming up I tend to use this one https://www.geektown.co.uk/uk-air-dates/


#14

boring bike ones


#15

The Atlantic, BBC, Politico, RFE, OpenDemocracy, Vice (/Broadly/Noisey), FiveThirtyEight, Buzzfeed, FT, The Economist, The Guardian, The Telegraph and Newsweek are probably the main ones.


#16

https://www.balkanist.net/

https://www.alternet.org/

DiS

Trying to reduce the amount of politics and news I’m reading over the last few weeks atm tho tbh, was getting really depressed and paranoid.