My Favorite Website is Rollingstone
As s fan of music, movies, TV and just about all things pop culture it was hard for me to choose which was my favorite website. In this day and age, any and all information is just a click away. I chose a website that gives me access to all of these things and more, Rollingstone.com. As I subscriber to the magazine since 1997, I remember getting excited when they day came every 2 weeks or so (depending on the US postal service) when a new Rolling Stone magazine would find it's way into my mailbox. I could not wait to read the news and reviews on what was going on the world of music, TV and movies. Now with Rollingstone.com I don't have to wait two weeks anymore, all of the info and more is available with the click of a mouse. While I will admit that the website has taken some of the fun out of getting the magazine bi-weekly, I can't help myself and check out the site. The homepage is broken up into three columns, the far left consists of the biggest story of the day (today happens to be the Led Zepplin reunion concert) the middle section is broken down into the features on the site and the left gives you a chance to check out stories and photos from the current issue along with more exclusive online pictures that did not appear in the magazine. Scroll down further and you will find shortcuts to sections such as, predictions for the '08 Grammy awards, artists to watch, rock lists, video game reviews, music and movie reviews, music quizzes, more photo galleries, Q and A with people in the news, and much more. The site is updated daily so the layout of which column is where can change but all of this info and more is available on a daily basis. One of my favorite features of the site is clicking on the "artists" section of the site. From here you can pretty much find out anything you want to know about your favorite band or artist. From the Beatles to Bruce Springsteen to U2 to Jay-Z to Alicia Keys, they are...
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