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300 Incredible Things to Do on the Internet based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I liked '300 Incredible Things,' though perhaps not in the way it was intended to be read. Namely, I enjoyed the book as a sort of historical document, from a bygone age of the internet. Reading the listings, I was struck that nearly every single one of them is presently defunct, either from obsolescence or from being replaced by ubiquitous services integrated into today's conglomerate web sites (or into operating systems themselves). In this way, the book serves as a means of contrast, as to reveal the evolutionary path of the internet and its many uses -- a fascinating study, in my opinion. In regards to the book's overt purpose, as a guide, I can't really comment, with my not having read it in that capacity. In any case, I am thankful to this book's author and publisher, for providing me this unintentionally valuable document.
300 Incredible Things to Do on the Internet is a paperback that every sports fan today must have. If you want to find anything from wiffleball to the Hall of Fame, this book has the address to put you there.