Time Magazine’s top websites for 2008

Jul 8, 2008

10 Essential Sites

http://www.time.com/time/specials/
2007/article/0,28804,1812202_1812206,00.html

Wikipedia

http://wikipedia.org/

Despite repeated attempts to compromise its integrity, Wikipedia remains the most popular online encyclopedia on the Web. Since anyone can create or edit a Wikipedia page, both companies and individuals have been caught airbrushing and embellishing their own entries.

Yahoo! Finance

http://finance.yahoo.com/

A haven for armchair investors and money junkies, Yahoo! Finance has everything you need to keep up with business – news, stock-specific research, charts, even press releases. For all the criticism about Yahoo!’s failure to innovate, its finance site showcases the best of what the company has to offer.

Craigslist

http://craigslist.org/

In the $15 billion online classified market, Craigslist is a Web pioneer that will never go stale, and remains the essential site for want ads ranging from real estate and used furniture to jobs, romance and one-night stands. Its services are available in over 500 cities in 50 countries.

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