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Are you looking for something simple to clear your mind or are you just bored? If watching a movie or reading a book are not part of your options, you may find the answer in the top ten sites to procrastinate. From having fun, relaxing to hanging out, these sites will keep you hooked for hours.
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Although some of these sites are only useful to “kill time”, others can serve as educational tools, such as learning what the Hubble telescope saw on your birthday or what happens if you dig a hole from where you are to the opposite end of the planet. .
Is a neural network capable of recognizing your doodles? QuickDraw is a Google game that challenges you to draw a picture of an object or idea and then uses artificial intelligence to guess what it represents. It is an addictive tool that invites you to show your drawing skills. QuickDraw also enables training of other neural networks and helps researchers understand how people represent targets in different parts of the world.
Surely as a child you dreamed of digging a tunnel that would take you to China. But where would you really have come? The answer is Super Tunnel, an educational tool that tells you where in the world you would end up if you made a hole just below your feet. But even if your destination is some point lost in the sea, you can try the direction you must follow to reach the mainland. It offers endless possibilities, so it will hold your attention for a long time.
What did Hubble see on your birthday?
The The Hubble telescope has been the protagonist of multiple discoveries from outer space and has surprised us with impressive images of the universe. As part of its 30th anniversary and under the premise that Hubble explores the universe “24 hours a day, 7 days a week”, NASA launched this site in 2020 that allows you to know which image it captured on the day of your birthday. You only have to enter the day and month of birth to be surprised.
Find the Invisible Cow is a site that will test your hearing to find the hidden cow on the screen. You just have to move the mouse through the web and as you get closer to the place where the hidden animal is, you will begin to hear more and more intense bellowing. As you need to activate the sound, we recommend that you use headphones if you do not want to be discovered in your office.
Who does not have a family photograph that causes you so much shame that you want everyone to laugh with you, you and your misfortune? This is what Awkward Family Photos is looking for, a website that invites users themselves to share the most embarrassing images.
Do you want to know what the tastiest bulb veggies are, the most embarrassing garments that were worn in the nineties, or the best country songs of a one-hit wonder? Ranker is a site that offers the most unusual lists that you can imagine, although it also offers others on more everyday trends such as movies, music and more.
If you are just looking for something to “kill time”, what better than to imagine that you are a demolition of walls. This is what Smash de the Walls offers you, a website where you just press anywhere on the screen and see how the wall begins to fall. Once you knock down the first wall you can continue infinitely.
Are you one of those who enjoys popping plastic bubbles? Then The Zen Zone is for you. This site is described as a minimalist meditation area. It has three small activities that are designed to relax you with repetitive movements and actions that will keep you focused for several minutes, as if you were popping plastic bubbles with your fingers.
If none of the above alternatives were able to keep you “busy” for hours, The Useless Web will surely succeed. The only content that the useless web has is a button that takes you randomly to different sites. Something like a StumbleUpon to procrastinate for hours.