2007 UPDATE: breaking up the day? what are the best five minute 'break' websites you visit?
December 31, 2006 8:24 AM   Subscribe

This is one of my favorite posts: internet mental breaks (Thanks eatdonuts) but it's almost a year old. How about another round for 2007?

It's actually the post that swung me to joining mefi -- a great decision if I say so myself.
posted by alamo1234 to Computers & Internet (7 answers total) 27 users marked this as a favorite
 
cursor.org once in the afternoon for a quick scan of all that is US politics/Iraq debacle.

The Daily WTF for a look at some bad code or IT story.

Popurls for a quick scan of IT feeds and news feeds (and Metafilter feed too!).

Spotlight on Military News and International Affairs to find any interesting geopolitical articles.

Ask Jolene Blogs (NSFW) to release any pent up frustrations.
posted by furtive at 9:08 AM on December 31, 2006


Orisinal and Drudge are my two biggest. I also think Noisely is pretty cool.
posted by JPowers at 9:09 AM on December 31, 2006


style fashion design shop: Stylehive Feed.
news thru the eyes of blogs: memeorandum.
goofy funny crap: neatorama.
everything all at once: popurls.
posted by extrabox at 10:42 AM on December 31, 2006


Set Game
Catsthatlooklikehitler.com Go directly to "Best Kitlers"
Instructables
posted by BoscosMom at 11:58 AM on December 31, 2006 [1 favorite]


Linkfilter is a fairly frequently updated link submission site (like MeFi).

I've got a collection of linkblogs I enjoy on my web site, which I visit in rotation or as the mood strikes (since few are updated very frequently), a fairly ecclectic bunch all with their own random amusements.

Ursi's blog is regularly updated with some great stuff.
posted by MetaMonkey at 1:05 PM on December 31, 2006 [1 favorite]


The Superficial
posted by Sassyfras at 3:41 PM on December 31, 2006


How about kdice - a real time strategy game for 7 players like simplified risk. Great fun, games are usually between 2 and 20 minutes.
posted by MetaMonkey at 3:23 PM on January 1, 2007


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