Just about every time I'm online I see articles touting the amazingness of the Internet. You can get coupons! I can enter contests! Consolidate your bills! Discover new and fabulous recipes! Find out the weather for the next 30 days! Learn one new trick that will trim inches off your belly! (I've never clicked on that link, btw. I find it suspect.)
Yes, we know. The Internet is amazing.
Most of the time, though, I'm not that amazed. I have come to expect that the Internet has cool things on it. My expectations therefore make the Internet less amazing.
But today I decided to take a look at 7 Sites That Can Save You Money. And even though six of the sites didn't interest me, one did:
On Grooveshark, you can listen to whatever music you want, as much as you want, and it's free. You can even make and save playlists just like on iTunes, except that because you're not downloading the music, then it doesn't cost you anything.
So while I edited photos, I listened to Sugarland.
While I learned some new video editing tricks I listened to Balmorhea (have you heard them? so relaxing).
Then for kicks I listened to Quiet Company.
I thought it was pretty nifty.
I have no connection to Grooveshark. They don't know me, and I don't know them. I just found their site cool and useful. The end.