Ten Websites I Could Never Live Without

I have to tell you that the internet is probably the greatest invention in our, or at least my, lifetime. It is something that I need on a daily basis. The internet allows us to communicate, bank, go to school, research, and so much more.

There are certain sites that I could not live without. I will attempt to limit my list to 10.

1. Not to sound like a kissass but, I have really enjoyed this community here at the Mom Bloggers Club.It is my favorite mom-bonding site.
2. Google. As in, where would we be without it???
3. Blogger. These fine people, now part of the Google family, has made blogging easy and enjoyable.
4. Facebook. Great for networking, keeping in touch and spying on kids:) .
5. Twitter. With Twitter around, you always have someone who cares about what you have to say/micro blog about. The great part is that you do not have to really know all of these Twitter friends.

6. CNN. Yep, I'm a news junkie.
7. Yahoo News Again, I'm a news junkie.
8. Wikepedia. Ever need to know something?
9. ebay Cheap and hard to find stuff, and you can make a few bucks too!
and
10. My own blog, iamharriet.blogspot because I have networked through it to make wonderful internet friends.


What sites have I missed?

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