I decided to leave out the MVGS website, MVTalk, the MVGS Picture Site, and of course the awesome MVGS blog since I figured those were obvious. I’ll also omit all the cool science sites I love to visit each morning while I am waiting for my awesome students to arrive.
You gotta love the simplicity of information on this site. A must check every morning.
If you had to work in the office with these guys, you know you would covet your tunes too. Thank you, Pandora, for ironically saving my sanity. 🙂
During snow season, this is my favorite weather site. Though it is targeted for DC, it has great commentary on weather happening.
This summer I found this great site to help me explore the fun of JAVA programming. I spent much time on this site.
QRZ is a code used when transmitting in Morse Code to ask, “Who is it that I am talking to?” This website is a storehouse of all things related to amateur radio.
I know DCU is in the cellar this season, but I am still a strong supporter. I’ve followed every moment of our abysmal season online. Brighter days are ahead.
I know all of you chomping at the bit to keep up with news from Alabama J This is how I keep up to date on my home state. Honestly, I now mainly visit the site to get the scoop on my Auburn Tigers. I sometimes visit www.auburntigers.com for this purpose as well.
Good news but mainly I visit here for the daily online crossword puzzles.
Need cool shirts?
The best place to shop for all things geeky.