[opensource] Survey: Best Sites for Killing Time

Tim Duly timmyrunsfast at gmail.com
Tue Apr 25 11:12:34 EDT 2006


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snakes_on_a_plane

On 4/24/06, Jim Dinan <dinan at cse.ohio-state.edu> wrote:
>
> Hey All,
>
> At our last Thursday meeting we conducted a survey of everybody's
> favorite sites for wasting time.  So, here they are in no particular
> order and most likely with the wrong TLD (com/org/edu/etc):
>
> everything2.org
> wikipedia.org
> fark.com
> bash.org
> google.com
> reddit.com
> macrumors
> wikisource.org
> newegg.com
> stumbleupon
> kernelthread.org
> mobuzztv.??
> ane[ck]dot[e]?\.ru
> engadget
> hackaday
> joystiq
> woot.com
> thinkgeek
> damninteresting.com
>
> As long as I'm sending shouts out, here's an emphatically confused round
> of applause for Stephen Sebeny for that amazing card trick at the last
> Thursday meeting.  Also a huge high-5 to Michael Haig for his
> presentation on Linux at last Tuesday's workshop.  We had a total
> turnout around 33!  Way to go!  Lets keep those numbers up!!  :)
>
> - jim.
>
> PS- Anybody care to add to that list of fun (ahem, appropriate) sites?
>
> --
> James Dinan <dinan at cse.ohio-state.edu>
>
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> to use the editorial 'we'." -- Mark Twain
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