Here’s a shortlist of the most wonderfully entertaining places to waste time on the internet outside of email and social media, courtesy of best online pokies Australia for real money.
In early 2022, people’s timelines on social media – particularly Twitter – started filling with green, yellow, and black squares. It seemed like everyone was playing a game called Wordle – a game where you have six chances to guess the five-letter word of the day. It’s the same word for all players, making it a fun way to connect with people around the world. In addition, you can only play it once a day, which builds anticipation and excitement for what’s to come.
If you love the concept of Wordle but wish there was a musical version, you’re in luck. Heardle emerged shortly after Wordle blew up for music lovers and connoisseurs alike. It works by playing a short snippet of a song and giving you six tries to guess the right song. It’s another great game to play when you have some extra time on your hands, or you can just opt for the games at casinos en ligne France.
Ever wish you could take a trip around the world in a day or less? With GeoGuesser, you can. This fun game tests your geography by showing you a randomized place around the world and having you guess where it is. It’s not only a great way to test your knowledge but also discover new places to add to your travel bucket list. Most of these locations are in tourist attractions, allowing you to get a 360-peek at these places before you even visit.
Memes go viral every day and it can be hard to track down where they originate from. Know Your Meme answers that question by digging into every viral meme and finding out who is in the original image, who first posted it, and what it’s about. You’ll find viral memes, trending memes, and likely memes you’ve never seen before. It’s a fun deep dive that at best, will arm you with a few fun memes to share on social media.
The Oatmeal is another one of my absolute favorite places to spend time online. It’s a huge library of awesome content – specifically graphics. Even if you’ve read everything already, it’s the kind of stuff you can read over and over again.
If you want to surf the internet in a semi-productive way – but not so productive that you actually have to leave the house – then check out Supercook. Here’s how it works: You tell it which ingredients you have in stock in your home, and it’ll give you a big list of recipes you can make using just those ingredients. It’s a fun way to stay thrifty, clean out the fridge, and make sure food doesn’t go to waste.
Tracking sharks as they swim around the ocean may not be the most conventional way to waste time on the internet but it might be the coolest. The Track Sharker tool by Marine Research Group OCEARCH lets you track tagged sharks – who all have names by the way – as they travel all over the world. You can even zoom in on a specific location to see which sharks are hanging out there and where they’ve been swimming and traveling for the past year. Go, Rocket, go!