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Fresh Websites Wiki

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Welcome to the Fresh Websites Wiki!
Websites that will make you enjoy the internet
This is the sister wiki to Rotten Websites Wiki, here we focus on well-designed, helpful and informative websites, the reason why they're fresh, as well as epic moments in the internet history that had a positive impact on the web.
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YouTube - The main stream of digital video media through the late 2000s and early 2010s that became the most popular website in history.
Netflix - A streaming media service launched since 1997, through the years, they were known for making the greatest movies and TV shows ever made.
Google - A browser that became one of the most popular and iconic websites in all of history.
Encyclopedia SpongeBobia - An example of a good FANDOM wiki which focuses on SpongeBob related topics and doesn't follow a lot of bad qualities you would see from your average FANDOM site.
Pawn Community - A Pawn and screenshot sharing website from Dragon's Dogma, while it's not popular in the internet, it has the best community and a well-made Flash game in any known website.
Discord - A famous chatting website that has the most good qualities and features than the other chatting sites out there like Google Hangouts.
Amazon - The online shopping website where you can buy a lot of good stuff with the owner being the richest person to exist in the world.
Kahoot - A quiz website that makes quizes look fun.
Newgrounds - An American online website that has a lot of great Flash games.
Picrew - A website that you can create various and advanced types of custom avatars, with their art style being beatiful and unique.
Wikipedia - A website that is very informative to the history, that is the most popular wikis in the entire world.
Duolingo - A site that helps people speak 38 different new languages.
ArtStation - A digital art museum website, it serves as a platform for games, film, media & entertainment artists to showcase their work.
Cinemassacre - A website and YouTube Channel that make movie reviews and is also the one that created the Angry Video Game Nerd.
Spotify - A swedish audio streaming music service that has a lot of great musics and singers.
MobyGames - An online video game database website, that catalogs games from various decades, and video game companies.
BBC iPlayer - A service that allows you to watch TV shows/movies you may of missed on the BBC channels and also revolutionized catch-up services for British TV channels.
MeWe - The anti and more high quality Facebook.
Reddit - An American meme site where you can make memes on subreddits and have a fun time.
Disney+ - Disney's very own streaming service where nothing expires and also has a massive variety of movies and TV shows that are owned by Disney.
DuckDuckGo - Google that cares about your privacy and has no filter bubble.
BrainPOP! - An educational Flash website about a boy and his robot teaching kids educational stuff.
AniList - An anime and manga tracking site that was created to feel more advanced than other anime/manga listing and tracking sites.
Flipnote Hatena - A service operated by Nintendo and Hatena that ran from December 2008 and sadly ended on May 2019.
Cool Math Games - A gaming website that is perfect for school as it allows users to play a lot of Flash games.
Vlare - The more high quality version of YouTube and basically if YouTube was a decent site again.
Goodreads - A website that you can go on to review some of your favorite books.
Imgflip - A website well known for starting a lot of funny memes and trends.
Wincrest Bulk Foods - A New York-based company dedicated to selling candy and cooking ingredients in bulk.
ShoutWiki - A wiki farm website that supports free speech and uses the latest version of MediaWiki.
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Woozworld - An online community website that has good and creative untiz.
HBO Max - HBO's streaming service site that has a lot of good shows.
IWantTFC - A Philippine over-the-top content platform and production company owned and operated by ABS-CBN. - A website that talks about all kinds of urban rail transit networks around the world.
EmuParadise - The former biggest retro game website in existence that sadly shutted down.
TVARK - A British website focusing on the preservation of TV, mainly from Britain.
YTMND - An online community centered on the creation of hosted memetic, web pages, featuring a juxtaposition of an image, centered, or tiled along with optional large zooming text and a looping sound file.
AlternativeTo - A website which lists alternatives to web-based software, desktop computer software, and mobile apps, and sorts the alternatives by various criteria.
WinWorldPC - A website dedicated to preserving old software.
Sci-Hub - A shadow library that provides free access to millions of research papers, academic journals/articles, university assignments/exams, and academic books without regard to copyright by bypassing publisher's paywalls in various ways.
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"Broadcast yourself."
Type of site: Video hosting service
Language: Multilingual
Created by: Chad Hurley
Steve Chen
Jawed Karim
Owner: Google (2006-present)
Date of launch: February 14, 2005
Status: Active

YouTube is an American online video-sharing platform headquartered in San Bruno, California. Three former PayPal employees—Chad Hurley, Steve Chen, and Jawed Karim—created the service in February 2005. Google bought the site in November 2006 for US$1.65 billion; YouTube now operates as one of Google's subsidiaries.


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  • PornHub: Too decisive to be on either wiki.
  • Miraheze: Would make this wiki look self-centred.
  • Anything on the Rotten Websites Wiki: Self-explanatory.
  • Quora: Not a reliable source.
  • DeviantArt: Too many reasons that depend on its fandom.
  • Rule 34: Same as PornHub.
  • Twitter: Poor quality control and lots of cancel culture.
  • Reception wikis: Same as Miraheze.
  • Encyclopedia Dramatica: Very controversial website, known for doxxing people's information and having illegal material.
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