Whether you want to beat the credit crunch, learn a new skill or just watch TV online, we've rounded up 59 must-have sites that will cover all your needs.
There's no doubt that the web has grown dramatically over the past 15 years, its become more entertaining, better looking and much more useful and practical too. There's now a wealth of information available at your fingertips, so whether you want to learn how to Rumba, get advice on fixing gadgets that have gone wrong or even just bear the credit crunch with some money saving tips, there's a website for you. We've trawled the web to bring you the 59 best sites offering the most useful and practical advice.
Survive the recession
There's a growing number of good websites that offer useful tools to help you manage and conserve your money. In a sour economy, sites like these are getting more attention (and site traffic) than ever before.
Find coupons (about 85,000, the site says) for thousands of stores across the globe, a number of which will ship to the UK. Many of them are sent in by site users, for others to use. It's not the only online coupon community, but it's the biggest and probably the best.
Kiva allows you to extend a loan to a person in the third world who needs the money to get a small business off the ground, for example.
You've accumulated numerous online accounts from email to Facebook and they all have separate log-ins. PageOnce brings all of your accounts together in one dashboard where they're easy to access. But it does much more than store passwords: it also notifies you of any changes at them - from new email to new-friend requests on Facebook.
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