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What I visit most of the time

I was just thinking about what are the sites I’m visiting most of the time. So I thought to write something about them. I think a person can be understood better by the sites he is reading and visiting most of the time. So I think you can know more about me when I share my favorite list.


  1. Google: The best search engine I have ever used. It helps me a lot on finding almost anything. It helps me a lot. I don’t have to talk about this because anybody who reads this blog knows about Google.
  2. Yahoo mail: Yahoo mail is the mail I am using. There are 2 reasons for that. First it is free. Second no storage limit.
  3. FaceBook: Most of the time what I am doing in here is accepting friends and looking at the photos posted by friends. (normally I visit almost all the photos of the friends)
  4. DefenceWire (blog): This is a blog which posts about the current status of the war in Sri Lanka. There are a lot of comments so the time is spent more on reading comments than reading the postings. (these days it is not updating regularly – but comments are coming)
  5. DefenceNet (blog): This is almost same as DefenceWire but I prefer on reading both blogs since the comment threads goes on many viewpoints.
  6. Defence : This is the web site which was maintained by Ministry of Defense Sri Lanka. Worth reading to know about what the government thinks about the war.
  7. MSDN: Since I am a .net developer I have to read about the things to learn and also to implement on .net. I don’t use the search on MSDN (it gives a lot of other things than what I want to know) instead use Google to search on MSDN site.
  8. YouTube: There is lot of things to watch in here since anybody can upload videos on YouTube. I just have to search what I like to watch and most of the time it’s available on here.
  9. Google Analytics: I’m using Google analytics to monitor how this blog goes on. it gives me a lot of features and I can get an idea on how to improve the blog and what should I do to increase the visitors. More on Google Analytics …
  10. Engadget: I love to read about the new gadgets coming. So I think I have found the best site to read about them.

I like to know about the sites you visit most of the time. I think it will help to understand each other.

Comments

  1. Y do not maintain your village blog. I think ppl will like it

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  2. Ya Thanks for the tip sura.
    But the thing is I have given permission to another person to write about it. Seems she is still not ready. Anyway soon it will also be functioning.

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  3. impressive list. but a lil abnormal. i mean most guys visit porn sites most of da time heh hee!

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  4. That is true Strawberry Kiss,I am also going to porn sites but those are not my top rated sites (not hanging around on them).

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  5. Don't lie Gayan. i know the exact sites you are visiting all the time

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