I recently read this on CSS-Tricks:

There are websites that we visit because we have to, but we wouldn’t get an account with.
There are websites that we have accounts with that we would never participate in.
There are websites we participate in that we don’t enjoy.
There are websites that we enjoy but don’t participate in.
There are websites we enjoy and participate in but don’t share everything with.
There are websites that we share everything with, but don’t trust.
There are websites that we trust and share everything with; these are the sites we love.

For me – these are the website that fit in these categories:

There are websites that we visit because we have to, but we wouldn’t get an account with.
USPS.com
There are websites that we have accounts with that we would never participate in.

University Portals
MySpace.com

There are websites we participate in that we don’t enjoy.
USBank.com

There are websites that we enjoy but don’t participate in.
CNN.com
Most design blogs

There are websites we enjoy and participate in but don’t share everything with.
Facebook.com
Youtube.com

There are websites that we share everything with, but don’t trust.
To an extent, Twitter.com (just a bit of untrust, simply because it’s online)

There are websites that we trust and share everything with; these are the sites we love.
Mint.com
GMail.com
Google Sites
Google Docs
Google Reader
Twitter.com

One Comment

  1. Posted June 17, 2009 at 6:33 am | Permalink

    Hey yo. This really doesn’t have anything to do with your post…BUT I was wondering if you listened to podcasts? And specifically…design podcasts? I think you’d enjoy them a lot.

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