Sites you can’t live without

It’s interesting to see what sites folks at TIME think are so important that they can’t live without. I myself have been using a few of those sites but don’t think that they are so important until I can’t live without them…

Surprisingly, Amazon.com tops the list, but perhaps the list is not in any order. Frankly, I haven’t ordered anything from Amazon yet, although I do reckon that the number of stuff you can find on their online store is growing by the minute, it’s just amazing how an online bookstore can turn into in a couple of years. If you liked Amazon, I believe you will also like my online store too. Check it out.

Amazon.com

Next in the list is BBC.co.uk. I know this is a really good news website, but for my daily update, my first choice is still Thestar.com.my, and of course Petalingstreet.org (PPS). How could a blogger foget PPS? 🙂

What follow BBC are two fairly unheard of sites at least in this part of the world. They are Citysearch.com and Craigslist.org. But, I am sure no serious bloggers and website owners are not familiar with the site at the 5th position. Don’t tell me you have never heard of Del.icio.us? Del.icio.us is a very popular site to share your favorite web links and see what other people are bookmarking.

Now, let me just list down the rest of the sites which BBC has picked – for your reference and maybe to get inspirations from!
Digg
Ebay
ESPN
Facebook
FactCheck.org
Flickr
Google

Oh, there you are. I finally see Google. I thought you will be left out this time because of your unpredictable PageRank update in 2007! 🙂

HowStuffWorks
The Internet Movie Database
YouTube

YouTube! So glad I see you here. You are my source of inspirations!

Kayak.com
National Geographic.com
Netflix
Technorati
TMZ.com

USA.gov
Television Without Pity
WebMD.com
Wikipedia
Yahoo!

There you are, 25 best sites in 2007. Read more details on TIME: 25 Sites We Can’t Live Without.

Out of the sites above, which one is your favorite which you can’t live without? Please do not tell me it’s Kongtechnology.com!