Time for a fun post. About 90% of my web activity is spent on social networking and reading IT related stuffs. Below is a list of places where I like to waste my time when I need a break. Hope you’ll find it useful.

An award-winning daily blog that features tips, shortcuts, and downloads that help you get things done smarter and more efficiently. Lifehacker launched in January 2005, and now ranks as one of the top-linked blogs on the internet according to Technorati.

Gizmodo is a blog about gadgets and technology. Started in 2002, Gizmodo has grown to be Gawker Media's largest blog, bringing in upwards of 100 million page views a month in traffic. Gizmodo post about a variety of electronics, as well as all sorts of things gadget geeks will enjoy.

The Best Of HipHop - HipHop; Mixtapes CD's, Music Videos, News, RnB, Reggaeton, Huge Community, Rap, Underground. You will find it very interesting if you are a fan of Hipop.

The biggest Forum and where the most traffic happens in the Warez world is warez-bb. Reaching the heights that this site has is quite a milestone in the community as a whole. It is unquestionable that WBB is the pinnacle. and just keeps growing. Ranging from latest Apps, upto-date movies, Music, Templates and Scripts, Warez-bb now has over 1 million active users.

Similarly to the gizmodo, Engadget is a web magazine with obsessive daily coverage of everything new in gadgets and consumer electronics. Engadget was launched in March of 2004 in partnership with the Weblogs, Inc. Network (WIN).

Tech blog by Rafael Rivera Jr. who is responsible for a number of technical memes such as patched Uxtheme libraries, which nullify the need for having your Microsoft Windows themes digitally signed, and the Alky for Applications project (previously VAIO), a custom implementation of Microsoft Windows Vista API on older platforms such as Microsoft Windows XP etc.

It’s more than just a Windows Live blog. Consisting of some of the best stories first, Long Zheng, the self-proclaimed king of istartedsomething.com attracts more educated, young adults, slightly more male than female, more Asian, HH income up to $60k audience and growing.

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