Student Perspective: Fun & Practical Website Resources
See what they say about themselves. What are some sites you cannot live without?
Facebook.com: Facebook helps you connect and share with the people in your life. It's free, and always will be.
NYTimes.com: Free New York Times. Stay informed on latest headlines and world news every morning.
Flickr.com (over 4billion photos!)
- Tell a story with your photos.
- Share your photos with the people who matter to you.
- Your photos look better here.
- Your photos are yours.
- Explore a whole new world.
Blogger.com: Create a blog. It's free. Beautiful Templates. Customize your layout, fonts, colors and more...
- Your blog. Share your thoughts, photos, and more with your friends and the world.
- Easy to use. It’s easy to post text, photos, and videos from the web or your mobile phone.
LinkedIn.com: Find past and present colleagues and classmates quickly. LinkedIn makes staying in touch simple. Discover inside connections when you’re looking for a job or new business opportunity. Your network is full of industry experts willing to share advice. Have a question? Just ask.
StumbleUpon.com: StumbleUpon helps you discover and share great websites. As you click Stumble!, we deliver high-quality pages matched to your personal preferences. These pages have been explicitly recommended by your friends or one of 8 million+ other websurfers with interests similar to you. Rating these sites you like ( ) automatically shares them with like-minded people – and helps you discover great sites your friends recommend.
Groupon.com: Groupon is an easy way to get huge discounts while discovering fun activities in your city. Each day we feature a cool new experience at an unbeatable price in dozens of cities across the country.
Hulu.com: Free replays of popular TV shows and movies. Great quality with limited commercial interference.
Auburn.edu/career: AU CDS website which can answer SO many questions about your upcoming job search and more!
Comprehensive look at Social Networking Sites, visit this wikipedia site.
Next week we will discover Apps that get me through the day!
Margaret Kloess '10