Your most used non-standard websites


#1

So no Googles, DiS, BBC, indiebedwetters.com, etc.

It’s Frinkiac for me. No idea how I lived without it.


#2

StackOverflow


#3

Google…BBC…and DiS??

When did this site become a standard?


#4

http://www.skf.com/uk/index.html

or
http://uk.rs-online.com/web/
or
http://uk.farnell.com/


#5

Well how else do you explain the astronomical server costs sean was paying?


#6

disersmums.com


#7

Goodreads I guess? Love that site to bits


#8

Just a silly logic game I play relentlessly and have got really good at, mainly race my own time tbh. Trying to solve the largest game tile in under a minute.


#9

hardcoregaming101

Some of the writing is appalling, but I really like reading about obscure graphic adventure games. And they published me once!


#10

I used to work for one of them. I could have been giving you mates rates for the past six years. Unlucky Japes


#11

You think this zany, off-the-wall, bustling community is standard!?


#12

Could everyone explain what their non-standard websites are for?

I can’t be bothered to click on links to find out for myself

Thanks


#13

they sell bearings and bolts and shite like that


#14

Stack Overflow is a community of 7.0 million programmers, just like you, helping each other.
Join them; it only takes a minute


#15

I’m not a programmer unfortunately

I work with a lot of them though


#16

#17

Goodreads is a site with book reviews/discussions etc and really good for finding new books to read. Found so much music through last.fm when I was younger and the same goes now for books


#18

Monkey Island II is still my favorite game ever!


#19

Yeah, it’s my favourite from the golden age of graphic adventures, but my number one favourite of all time is Grim Fandango.


#20

probably something like:

Flograppling - watching live\archived grappling/Brazilian jiu-jitsu events
UFC.TV - same but with MMA
Yoga For BJJ - easy to follow flows for improving my terrible flexibility
Linux Academy - Learning resource for sysadmin stuff