Results for - Top websites you've probably never heard of
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1. Here are some offbeat websites that are among the most popular in the World to keep you busy this Summer, all are safe for work. The whole world seems to be clicking on these sites. Have you ever used these websites (section one)?
Imgur.com - has the most awesome images on the Internet.
Office.com - to support Microsoft's most recognizable suite of products. The megamenu has products, templates, support and my account, and the experience couldn't be easier.
Mediafire.com - is a cloud-based storage solution that lets you access your files on any device.
Go.com - is a Disney portal that pulls together interactive media, social media, ABC, ESPN, and other digital properties.
Myway.com - this site is a pretty basic search engine (powered by Google) that's the 171st most popular site in the United States.
2. Have you ever used these websites (section two)?
Softonic.com - it is a site focused on news, videos, reviews, tips and free computer downloads.
Nih.gov - The National Institutes of Health it offers a comprehensive, transparent account and resource for everyone (grants, initiatives, findings, clinical trial listings and science news).
Wikimedia.org - takes you to a landing page that features from the well-known pedia to Wiktionary, Wikiquote, Wikidata, Wikiversity and a travel site called Wiki Voyage.
Shopify.com - is a boon for small business owners, makers, and artisans who want a hassle-free hub to operate an online store, take and fill orders, and have the benefit of social media integration that requires nearly zero effort.
Blackboard.com - School districts use it for collaborative assignments, class websites, communication tools. Higher education use it for virtual classrooms & distance learning. Businesses' use it for training & conferencing. .
3. Have you ever used these websites (section three)?
Siteadvisor.com - is a product offered by McAfee that maps onto your browser to tell you (with little icons) which search results are safe and which are not safe.
Giphy.com - looking for an animated GIF here is a insanely rich trove of cinematic blips, feline shenanigans and any number of celebrity faces reacting to inane questions on daytime television.
Scribd.com - is a subscription-based e-book, audio book, and comic book digital library service with over a million titles and more than 60 million documents in its open library.
Archive.org - or simply Archive.org, is a library of free media of all stripes.
Nametests.com - offers a seemingly endless supply of Buzzfeed-style quizzes, with personalized answers culled from your Facebook page.
07/20/2016 Technology 1859 20 By: SmokeyandBandit