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What's the best way to find the top sites based on a certain topic/category/interest? For example if I want to find the top few Apple sites that contain news/articles/reviews etc, can I find these in a list somewhere? This could be based on site traffic but possibly also user-curated. Alexa is too general. Google search is too detailed.

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closed as off topic by Al E., phwd Aug 15 '12 at 3:59

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could i get some details about why this is off topic? My intent was to find a web site/web app that solves the problem. – MorganTiley Aug 15 '12 at 17:37

This is a pretty good list I just came across:

What are the most intellectually stimulating websites you know of?

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that is an excellent list.. sort of random as it's just in a discussion forum though – MorganTiley Jul 17 '12 at 19:19
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I came across this site today and it's more what I was looking for - http://www.allmyfaves.com It has many different categories to browse. Anyone know of any other similar ones?

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+1: That's an awesome site as well! Nice find! :) – abhshkdz Jul 17 '12 at 19:25
actually it's part of your list! LOL – MorganTiley Jul 17 '12 at 19:35

Have you used StumbleUpon? It’s a really nice website that allows users to randomly browse/stumble upon websites on a particular topic/interest/area. Just sign up, add your interests and start stumbling! It has a large user base and the content is always fresh!

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I've used SU for years (although not so much with Chrome due to poor toolbar support). It's great but more random than what I was looking for. See my answer for more what I was looking for. Thanks :) – MorganTiley Jul 17 '12 at 19:22

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