Undiscovered sites that can improve your life

August 15, 2008 12:00:00 AM PDT
Organize and improve your life with one simple click. These five undiscovered Web sites can help you do just that! Sebastian Rupley, editorial director for PCMag.com, has the scoop on these online resources.

Personal Organization/Convenience: www.pageonce.com
Collects your account info for Netflix, Verizon and just about any online account and aggregates the info into a single page.

Entertainment: www.totlol.com
A kid-friendly YouTube. Actual human beings vet videos from all over the Web as suitable for kids age six months to six years and embed them at this site.

Safety: www.criminalsearches.com
Provides data on criminals in your neighborhood, what crimes they were convicted of, and, in some cases, their names and personal info-all from public records. (For this, you could search the area near your station and use as the visual)

Shopping: www.somethingstore.com
For $10, SomethingStore will send you?something. You don't get to pick, and the process is random. From costume jewelry to an iPod.

Travel: www.happymedian.com
Offers meeting places in the middle of up to four addresses, whether you're looking for a restaurant, movie theater, golf course or lodging.

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About Sebastian Rupley
Sebastian Rupley is Editorial Director for PCMag Cast, PC Magazine's channel for live Web seminars and online events on tech topics for consumers and small businesses. Previously, he was West Coast Editor of PC Magazine for over a decade, where he oversaw news and feature stories for the publication, and represented the brand on panels and at conferences on the West Coast. He also served as Features Editor of PC/Computing magazine, managing and promoting many noted technology journalists.

A familiar face to leaders at technology companies, Sebastian has won numerous national journalism awards, including back-to-back Gold awards from the American Society of Business Professional Editors in 2004 and 2005 in the category of Original Web Content, and awards from the Computer Press Association. He is the author of the book Portable Computing, one of the first titles ever to appear about laptop computers and mobile technology, and serves as co-host, alongside PC Magazine columnist John C. Dvorak, of Ziff-Davis Media's popular weekly IPTV show "Cranky Geeks."


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