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"Like many other people these days I dare say I am rather “addicted” to the Internet surfing. As a matter of fact, whichever questions I might have during my working day or leisure time I know the answer can be easily found in the web. The first website I could not live without is certainly veganblog.com. Since I am a vegan but at the same time very fond of cooking (and eating as well) I find this website really useful and full of interesting and intriguing culinary alternatives for my veg meals. It is not necessary to be registered and the access to the recipe database is completely free. The web site is well organised into topics and the recipes are alphabetically listed. Moreover, a search function is available.
Another one among my favourite websites is called ticketone.com; it is specialised in selling theatre and any kind of events (sport, concert, etc) tickets online. I like it very much indeed and tenths of times I booked my seat on line choosing the best available one at the best price. I also spared a lot of time not having to queue up at the box office and never have been surprised by unexpected inconveniences.
The last website I visit almost every day is the timesonline.co.uk. For me it is an alternative but equally valid way to be informed about the current news. I can read the articles anywhere I am both in my laptop or my phone. Besides there is the nice opportunity for the readers to make a comment about a topic they found particularly interesting. I happened to do so every now and then; I must say that seeing my point of view published in The Times made me somehow proud and delighted.
Should you wish then to know something more about a piece of news, fancy your favourite band concert or simply be hungry … now you have a clue!"
It was a complete disaster, wasn't it ?