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The best websites we've found this month

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5. Videojug

With the catchline 'get good at life' Videojug is a website stocked with thousands of videos, articles and answers, with advice on just about everything.

4. LongBox Digital

Whether LongBox Digital is digital comics' killer app remains to be seen. It faces stiff competition on the PC from the Flash-based ComiXology on the Web, which has a major foothold on tablet and smartphone devices, as well as Marvel & DC support, but lacks the advantage of being a desktop app. LongBox, Inc. is developing mobile and videogame console support that will allow a user to buy in on one device and read anywhere (as you can currently do between the PC and Mac versions). In the meantime, for an application-based, Web-independent digital comics solution, LongBox Digital can't be beat.

3. Wikipedia

An unsurpassed amount of information, but some facts need to be taken with a pinch of salt. Wikipedia is the web's encyclopedia.

2. Open University Online

A free and vast repository of verified information on a variety of subjects. The Open University Online is a great website.

1. Join.me

Join.me is an absolute, cast-iron winner. As a staggeringly simple and effective way to work collaboratively, we've seen nothing better than Join.me.

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