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Saturday, October 8, 2011

My Blogroll - Second Installment




In My Blogroll - First Installment, I brought to you the names of five of my favourite Web sites / blogs. 


This Second installment carries the names of another set of five of my favourite Web sites / blogs. 


This is the first Web site I visit every morning! FP carries the single best collection of articles on international issues, politics, economics, and conflict zones. FP and I share one common attribute: both of us are contrarian in our world view.
www.wired.com 
One of the best science and technology magazines. Wired focuses on both today's and tomorrow's technology and its impact on our lives and the world around us.
www.zerohedge.com
This is easily, along with The Big Picture (featured in My Blogroll's first Installment), one of the best financial and economics blog on the Web. It brings to life seemingly difficult economics stuff to life in a language that is at once simple and lucid. I particularly like its tagline: 'On a long enough timeline the survival rate for everyone drops to zero.'
http://wef.typepad.com/blog
If you are looking for expert views and data on a diverse range of global issues, then the World Economic Forum's (WEF) blog is a good stop.
We all Google (noun and verb). Google enables us to find information including images. But I am sure you must have wondered about some kind of Image Search Web site, like let's say, you have an image and you wish to locate its source. If that's the case, then Tin Eye is the Reverse Image Search Web site you are looking for, as it locates the source (like Web sites) for most images. Check it out!
I hope you like this short blogroll. 

2 comments:

Dheep Joy said...

Thank you very much Sir. :)

Ayush Kumar said...

Thank you for your awesomeness, sir!