Top websites 2007: Lifestyles

By Eric Griffith
Beliefnet is the largest multifaith community on the Web, with sections for every faith: Christianity, Judaism, Buddhism, Islam, even Scientology and China’s Falun Gong. (Sorry, Jedis. Try Learn what makes us different, but more importantly, what makes us all the same—like our love of our kids, Harry Potter, and The Simpsons. If you’re not sure what you are spiritually, the Belief-o-Matic quiz can tell you.


Boing Boing
By Kyle Monson
Boing Boing has for years been among the top blogs on the Web, and it’s certainly among the most eccentric. Each of the writers has his or her own pet causes, hobbies, and areas of expertise and trolls the Web in search of anything that might pique his or her curiosity. The result is, as they say, “A Directory of Wonderful Things” that somehow works perfectly despite (or perhaps because of) the mishmash.


By Corinne Iozzio
Epicurious is the Web home of Gourmet and Bon Appetit magazines—and it has the swanky recipes you’d expect from such a Web site. Don’t expect to find recipes for Grandma’s Chicken Pot Pie or Tuna Noodle Casserole; as is evidenced by its name, which is a compound of epicure (one with highly discriminating tastes) and curious (duh), this is a site for luxurious food and entertaining recipes and advice.






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