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What is your one most favorite website on the internet❤️?

surajondev profile image Suraj Vishwakarma Originally published at surajondev.wordpress.com Updated on ・1 min read

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Internet from beginning to date is growing at a very fast rate. At every minute more than 380 websites are hosted over the internet (excluding the dark web). In this ocean of websites, we most of our time on spend on a few limited websites that we like. So today, We would discuss one website that we loved most. So let's start the discussion with my thoughts.

My thought

It's very hard to pick one website from the internet that offers lots of websites, but I will choose YouTube▶️.

Reason for selecting the website.

  • I have access to content on any topic from entertainment to education 🏫.
  • I can express myself on the internet by uploading videos on any topic 📁.
  • Through YouTube monetization, I can earn money 💸.
  • By using comment and community tap on the channel, I can discuss with the subscribers and with others on my desire topic 💬.

Discuss

  • One website from the entire internet, you loved most❤️?(except search engine)

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Akash Kava

Google isn’t a website where we find new interesting thing, it’s search where we are trying to look for exact pages instead of exploring new things. Dev.to , Reddit, stackoverflow are kind of places that lets you explore new things.

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nat_souljah

Well I guess I didn't read all the caveats, but Google still is my fav website, maybe everybody's even, except the Chinese

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Google is search engine that look into every website and dev.to is fav ❤️

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James Hubert

Is that like Bing?

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nat_souljah

Maybe we should ASK the duck (proceeds to call in DUCDUCKGO)

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CoderNinja123

Bing is by Microsoft; Google is by ... Google?

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Yesss and you can find Google on bing and vice versa

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Yesss like bing but ahead of bing

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James Hubert

I’m pretty sure Bing was first

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

No Google was first

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James Hubert

Bing came before Google.

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Nooo
Google - September 4, 1998
Bing - June 3, 2009

  • source Google
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James Hubert

Fake news

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

What's your source ??

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James Hubert

“In 1971 Bill Grates invented Michaelsoft” - Dr Steve Brule
youtube.com/watch?v=EemoOviEC74&fe...

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

It's about Microsoft not bing

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Except search engine 😁

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Nitin Reddy

My list:

  • Dev.To - It has a clean design
  • YouTube - I last watched television in 2018 and that was for watching the New Year's Eve fireworks; YouTube has displaced it from my life
  • Google - It literally is the best at returning relevant search results; they are powered by some special sauce that nobody else does
  • HackerNews - They have a wide variety of links; they are the new ReddIt or SlashDot
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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

That's the great list of website and surely dev.to is one of my most favourite website on entire internet.

I haven't tried HackeNews bit I surely will try🔥

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Rishabh Singh ⚡

For me it will be Dev.to & Spotify...

Nonetheless I love youtube and many others as well🔥🔥🔥

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Sure bro music + coding and blogging is best things

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George Francis

For me dev.to / codepen etc are for sure in there, but as something a bit left-field I absolutely love typewolf.com/

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Ande • Edited

dang, i just found one of my other favorites

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Me too in the form of dev.to ❤️

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Steve Smith

YNAB youneedabudget.com

  • Excellent UI that does what I need Sure, I want more (and some of those wants are in the pipeline), but budgeting can be complex and a good user experience is WAY better than a gagillion widgets that 5% of users know how to use.
  • Amazing consistency in messaging Everything from help and videos to release notes. I particularly like their release notes and job descriptions (something I've done my fair share of). Good branding is a fine goal, but a good, strong culture turns branding into something valuable to customers.
  • Great support I had an issue with automatic imports from my bank (it was my banks fault, mostly). YNAB eventually overhauled their import mechanism to improve importing generally and fix my issue in particular. When it was finally fixed (months later) support reached out to let me know. I think they even reach out midway to give me an update (that a major feature/refactor was in the works, but taking time).
  • Good value for the money I pay a reasonable fee for a valuable product. I've tried a lot of budgeting tools: mostly hand-crafted spreadsheets, but a few products, free and fee-based as well. YNAB is far and away the best. I save money (or spend it smartly) and they make some money. Your mileage may vary, but I find it an amazing value for $84/year.

In short, when my bank was doing weird 2FA things that broke automatic imports I almost changed banks (but manual imports were easy enough, and I walk by my bank on the way to work, well, before COVID, back when I walked to work). I use it nearly every day. It usually makes me smile. Software is hard, so this a rare thing.

Not affiliated with YNAB in any way ... would love to work there some day, but I'd have to level up my SAAS, Ruby, and Ember experience.

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Great website 🔥🔥🔥 I will try it soon

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Bill Raymond

The Register - theregister.com/

I like a good tech site that covers important stories while not taking itself too seriously.

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Okay I will check that 🔥🔥☀️

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Abhijit Hota

GitHub

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Yess that's awesome too

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Tilak Madichetti

Stack Overflow - my life saver

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Eduardo Zepeda

Lain chan, period.

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Alain D'Ettorre

YouTube, by far, shaped the modern internet

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

That's awesome 🔥

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BeginnerCoder17

STEAM!!!

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Suraj Vishwakarma Author

Den for Gamers

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