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The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post

http://www.huffingtonpost.com

News , Professional Blogs
katewilliams

katewilliams

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Finding a fair, objective news source can be difficult online, with top searches for current events often displaying results from right-wing, subjective sources such as the British ‘Daily Mail’, which seems to have taken over the world in recent months.

Whilst it does feature its fair share of celebrity news and ‘brain candy’, the Huff’s content is split into categories and the ‘news’ section is filled with informative articles on current events. As the Huffington Post is unbiased towards minority groups, religions or alternative cultures, it’s unlikely you’ll stumble across any form of ‘bashing’, with the exception of a few angry posts in the comments sections, which of course do not reflect the opinion of the source itself.

The site is easy to navigate, allowing you to quickly locate the news topics you’re interested in, making it ideal for staying updated on current affairs.
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PayPal

PayPal

http://www.paypal.com

Business , Online Payment
veronicany87

veronicany87

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Yes, paypal is a force to be reckoned with, I agree. However, their policies have become way too strict for no reason at all. I hate the fact that if you sell on eBay, you have to wait 14 days for your funds to be clear. Also, they are extremely quick to shut off someones account for no fault of their own.

People haven't been too pleased with the service for the past several years; myself included. I much rather stick with newer services being offered by banks (such as popmoney or quickcash).
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eHarmony

eHarmony

http://eharmony.com

Dating , Social Networks
LoveHorses235

LoveHorses235

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You can't sign up for this website if you're gay. I wish I could congratulate all of them personally for the chance to miss out on this shithole of a website. eHarmony can suck my metaphorical dick.
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Myspace

Myspace

http://www.myspace.com

Social Networks , Music
snakeyb44

snakeyb44

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I just started puberty. What the fuck is Myspace?

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Revolutions

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craigslist

craigslist

by minio

I think the site looks dull now. I hope it evolves into more modern design. And also consider user experience.


The History of Byzantium

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I heartily agree with the reviews on this podcast series left so far by other listeners. I've not yet listened to Mike Duncan's History of Rome podcast (though I'm now inspired to do so), but the History of Byzantium podcast is a tour de force from Robin. He has done a sterling and balanced job...


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