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URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://wikia.com It is also according to itself the world’s largest network of collaboratively published content on the web, with “over 400,000 communities for fans, by fans”. It is also a free wiki platform for your own fanish ways.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://opednews.com Site quote: “…a non-partisan, non-profit, bottom-up, progressive / liberal news, opinion, op-ed media site, activism tool and blog community.”
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://rationalwiki.org/ Home of Rational Wiki. I suspect Elvis is familiar.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week http://conelrad.com Some nuclear nostalgia for those who remember mutually assured destruction. Ahhhh.. those were the days.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://lunar.xprize.org/ Home of Google’s Lunar X-Prize. 20 million goes to the grand prize winner to help us make it back to the moon – for good this time.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: https://resistsurveillance.org/ Home of Detekt, open source software released in partnership with Amnesty International, Digitale Gesellschaft, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Privacy International to provide researchers, human rights workers, journalists and others who are targets of unlawful surveillance with the means to easily test their computers for known spyware from governments and other sources.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://explosive-crude-by-rail.org Check out how close to a bomb train you are right now! I am toast.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://nuclearsecrecy.com/ Home of NukeMap 3D, their add-on to the Google Earth plug-in that let’s you see what various thermonuclear weapons would do to your very own neighborhood!
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://thehackernews.com/ A very decent security news site.
URL Lab’s Website Of The Week: http://www.innocentive.com/ Open cash prize tech challenges from groups like NASA, DARPA, Scientific America, The Economist and more. Got an idea how NASA can repurpose dead weight jettisoned from Mars landers during entry and landing? If you do it’s worth $20,000.
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week: http://newstrust.net/ Quote from the site: “NewsTrust helps people find and share good journalism online, so they can make more informed decisions as citizens. NewsTrust.net provides a wide range of tools that enable users to separate fact from fiction on important public issues. We promote good journalism, news literacy and Read more
URL Labs’ Website Of The Week:\ http://livescience.com/ Sister site of Space.com and another member of the Purch tech publishing group, this site constantly brings quality science and tech news to the table.