Time Magazine has released its annual top 50 Best Websites of 2011 dividing them into various categories: music, family, sports, news, finances, shopping, travels, health, education, games and social media. Some of the websites are known, others have been flying under the radar, but all have distinguishing qualities. Checkout 5 highlighted sights below.
1) Get Human – http://gethuman.com/
Get Human lists phone numbers of various customer service companies and helps you skip all the automated messages.
2) Join.Me – https://join.me/
Join.Me is a great tool for meetings that take place in different locations. It allows you to share documents, enable screen sharing and chat with your fellow colleagues.
3) Evernote – http://www.evernote.com/
Evernote helps you stay organized. You can capture files, pictures and voice notes from the web, your computer or phone all into one program.
4) Khan Academy – http://www.khanacademy.org/
Khan Academy provides a range of educational videos and practice exercises to help you learn anything about history, finance, science and math.
5) Freerice – http://freerice.com/
Free rice is a site to help out those in need. Answer basic vocabulary questions and for every question you get right, the site donates rice!
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Submitted By: Arcelia Jimenez
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