The Juice Bloggers
By: Mikael Daez
Aside from the news websites that I posted last time, I also visit a lot of feature websites. Naturally they would revolve around my interests but I think they are casual enough for anybody.
For all things gadget and technology related, this is the website to go to. They update almost every other hour and they cover everything that even just grazes the definition of technology. Gadgets, prototypes, medical discoveries, and even New Age scientific theories. Personally, it's just fun reading up on all those things. It's like a sneak peak into the future. Beware: their posts can be quite hardcore and overly geeky for the less tech-savvy internet users.
My favorite discount coupon website! There are so many out there but Dealgrocer feels so elegantly made and presented. They also clearly choose their products which means that they come out with a lot of quality coupons.
Miniclip.com was a huge flash gaming website and so was Addictinggames.com but I was never really drawn to them before. I always stayed loyal to Ninjakiwi and their relatively small library of top quality games! I discovered Bloons on this website and it was a happy romance from that point onwards. I think they keep their work very high end and I can really appreciate that even if Flash gaming isn't as hot as it used to be. The Bloons and Zombie Assault games are the most addicting in my opinion.
I'm a gear-head so this is a no-brainer. There are other Pinoy car blogs out there but this one updates regularly and has been increasingly active over the past few months. I also love Botchi's column where he answers fan mail. I even sent an email and he eventually answered!!! #fanboyalert
This is such a simple website but it you could go through it for hours without getting tired. They feature all sorts of gadgets, gizmos, and cool stuff. It's basically a site that writes about all sorts of gear for men hence their tagline but I think even the ladies can enjoy it. What makes this stand out is way they layout and design their pictures. They edit it all in the same way, their production values are high and everything always looks classy and pleasant to look at.
I think this is a sister website of engadget. This website features the most useful and useless stuff you want to know. It's actually a great place to draw inspiration from and get new concepts. Tips on how to reuse old stuff, interior design ideas and DIY instructions are just some of the few articles you might find interesting.
Growing up, I went through Gamespot.com, IGN.com and Gamefaqs.com. Those are all great video-gaming resources online but I guess I've outgrown them because they seem a bit too hardcore for my taste nowadays. Also, I just don't have enough time to play a lot of video games. That's why Pocketgamer works -- they have a dedicated iPhone gaming section with great features and short posts about thew beset and newest. Right now, it's enough to satisfy my gaming needs.
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