Top-7 on Fridays

Top 7 – StumbleUpon


If you didn’t know, I’m really into all things Internet. You could call me an Internet addict. Every now and then I get hooked on and spend hours and hours stumbling on cool and nerdy things.

Stumbleupon is a great way to find things you didn’t even know you wanted find online. If you want to know more, check their help-page.

Today’s top seven list is some of the things I’ve recently found through stumbleupon that I think are interesting.

Floating Bookshelves#7: 31 insanely easy and clever diy project Most of them are actually very easy and cheap to do, like how to paint ombre nails or these floating bookshelves.

#6: The Oatmeal – It’s a website full of fun things like comics and quizzes, such as “how many Justin Biebers could you take in a fight”. I could take 21.

#5: – How many times have you tried to make the perfect jogging/walking playlist to listen to while exercising? I’ve made countless of them and none of them work perfectly. This cool site tells you which songs perfectly fit your jogging/walking pace.

#4: Inception Explained – Did you watch the Inception and ended up being very confused. This is a fun and simple page that requires only scrolling down and everything gets explained.


#3: Free Classic AudioBooks – If you’re into audio-books and don’t mind listening to a few classics, you might want to check this site out.

#2: What Should I Read Next? – If you’re basically just into books, but don’t know what to read next, this site gives you suggestions. Just type in a book you liked and you’ll get a list of recommendations of same type of books.

#1: The 86 rules of Boozing – This is just for fun. Some of the rules are quite handy, but some of them I don’t agree with.

With warm hugs and gentle thuds – Keri


2 thoughts on “Top 7 – StumbleUpon

  1. That is great! I know at least few of those songs really are great for prompt walking. Thou because they’re so great, you end up almost running. And I can’t wait to hear those audiobooks. Listening to some nicely read (Stephen Fry for Harry Potters) audiobooks is so relaxing.

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