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Anonymous asked in Computers & InternetInternetOther - Internet · 9 years ago

What are the 13 different kinds of websites?

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  • Anonymous
    9 years ago
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    www.omgpop.com/

    OMGPOP is a place where you can play free multiplayer games with your friends.

    www.mind360.com/

    www.mytopia.com/

    http://del.icio.us/

    Del.icio.us let you keep links to your favorite articles, blogs, music, restaurant reviews, and more and access them from any computer on the web.

    http://www.stumbleupon.com/

    StumbleUpon is an intelligent browsing tool for sharing and discovering great websites.

    http://www.fav20.com/

    Fav 2.0 is a modern way to use your most visited websites. Set it as homepage and add your most visited sites.

    http://43marks.com/

    The Ultimate Homepage — All your bookmarks in one place!

    www.transferr.com/

    Transferr is a visual, web-based bookmarking service that allows its users to save, customise, organise and share their favourite websites with ease.

    http://frid.ge/

    http://bo.lt/

    www.toonti.com/

    Toonti is a platform that allows you to create your own custom social network.

    www.stribe.com/

    Create, publish and manage easily your community on your website. Get your own social network in a very short time.

    swimwire.com/

    Your single Swimwire page can list and link all your online profiles, making it easier to stay connected.

    www.socialgo.com/

    http://socialtext.com/

    www.mixtt.com/

    www.sixent.com/

    Sixent makes it easy for people to share their lives online the way they want by giving users the ability to create multiple profiles to show different sides of themselves to different people.

    http://mixxt.de/

    mixxt helps you create your own social network. Just as you would like it: Design, features, lots of privacy and many more options.

    www.friendster.com/

    en.netlog.com/

    sixgroups.com/

    http://rstat.us/

    Microblogging has taken the world by storm. Millions of people around the world now share their thoughts with friends, family, and random strangers every day.

    www.youfig.com/

    Band together with friends and colleagues to exchange ideas, network, and collaborate in real time private communities.

    omgili.com/

    Omgili is a search engine designed to index web-based discussion forums. Omgili's unique algorithm analyzes forums not as a simple web page, but as an active discussion with a title, topic and replies.

    www.answerbag.com/

    Answerbag’s growing community posts questions and answers on just about every topic you can think of. It’s free to join, so ask a question and get started today!

    www.blurtit.com/

    Blurtit is both a community, where people share interests and help each other, and a fast-growing database for knowledge of all kinds.

    www.defuddle.com/

    Defuddle is a place to answer questions.

    www.linkcloud.org/

    For the users LinkCloud is their start page – their desktop for the web. We allow users to freely arrange visual representations (often logos) of their web tools and sites and to directly interact with them.

    http://43marks.com/

    Keep the default bookmarks or delete them and add your own.

    www.3x3links.com/

    3×3Links helps you to organize your favorite websites and to access those lightning fast on any computer.

    www.transferr.com/

    www.webwag.com/

    www.tumblr.com/

    Tumblr is your friendly, free, and terrifically easy tool for creating tumblelogs.

    www.typepad.com/

    TypePad is the premier blogging service for professionals, hosting many of the world’s most popular blogs and small business websites. TypePad’s ease of use enables you to create a blog in minutes.

    www.weebly.com/

    Weebly is the easiest way to create, upload a website, and share it with the world for free. From personal to professional sites, Weebly will enable you to spend your time on the most valuable part of your site, its content.

    www.livejournal.com/

    LiveJournal is an online journal service with an emphasis on user interaction. A basic, fully-functional account is free, while paid accounts receive access to premium features.

    www.answerbag.com/

    Answerbag’s growing community posts questions and answers on just about every topic you can think of. It’s free to join, so ask a question and get started today!

    www.blurtit.com/

    Blurtit is both a community, where people share interests and help each other, and a fast-growing database for knowledge of all kinds.

    www.answerly.com/

    Answerly is a free service where real people research your questions and send answers to your email inbox in minutes.

    www.sodahead.com/

    Create and vote on public opinion polls, share knowledge and express opinions in a dynamic social community.

    www.funadvice.com/

    FunAdvice combines social media with Q&A. Sure, there is the basic question and answer format, profiles and a point system that all those other sites have. But FunAdvice has more.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    In Spanish-speaking society, it's the 15th BD; they call it quinceanniera; it's widely considered to be the age when a girl is marriagable. In upper-class white society in USA and Europe, it the debutante ball for 16 to 18 year olds; but it's an annual thing for all the debuting girls, not on one girl's birthday. The government and churches are terrified by the fact that girls are coming out younger and younger nowadays. That's because they have assumed the expensive role of safety net for the ones that get pregnant. You could try to set your own precident with a big in-your-face I'm-all-growed-up Party. Just try not to get your parents in trouble with the law for condoning it; alcohol, drugs and public sex will get Mom & Dad thrown in the slammer.

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