A free fitness website that posts a new “Workout of the Day” every day. The workouts focus on total body fitness. The workouts are used by military personnel, athletes, and normal people. The site also contains an index of the exercises used in the workouts complete with videos and slideshows. They offer a newsletter for those willing to pay. It is an outstanding site for both fitnessÂ gurus and average Joes.
A catalog of online coupons posted and reviewed by users. The coupons vary from sites like Polo to Amazon to Papajohns.
A reference site for just about everything else. Want to k now how to wax snow skis? Make pizza dough? Install a bathtub? This is the place.
A very cool website that contains explanations of those mysteries in life that you just can’t figure out. A few examples are Murphy’s Law, Pickpockets, and Light Sabers (Yes, light sabers).
A wikipedia-type product review website. All reviews and articles are written and updated by the site’s users.
Can’t decide what to read next? Simply enter a book title and/or author that you like and the site will recommend a number of books for you.
Enter your location and a friend’s location and this site will tell you where you should meet (Halfway).
Seriously, the coolest music-related site I’ve seen. You choose the mood, intensity, and genres of the music you would like to hear and the site will provide you with a virtual web of music to explore. The web evolves with each choice you make. You can click on any song in the web at anytime.