The Internet is full of helpful websites — like this one — places where you go for information and news or to connect with others. But sometimes you’re looking to try something new — something you didn’t know you wanted, or needed, until you found it. Take the advice of this week’s slidedeck, and check out these websites if you’re feeling:
GeoGuessr: a web-based geographic discovery game. Look at random Google Street Views and guess your location.
Google Art Project: a collaboration between Google and more than 250 art institutions around the world. Discover and view tens of thousands of works of art online.
Unroll.me: a free app that promises to save you time on email by helping to clean up your inbox.
Google Map Treks: go beyond Street View to journey virtually to sites of cultural, historical, and geographic significance. See behind-the-scenes images, and read and hear stories.
24 Hours of Happy: the world’s first 24-hour music video featuring a cast of hundreds, including a few celebrities, dancing through Los Angeles.
Bacon Sizzling: if only Smell-O-Vision existed. But at least you can watch and listen.
Exercise at Your Desk: this at-work workout can help you fit fitness into your schedule. (Or you can just dance to Happy for 24 hours.)
Partridge Gets Lucky: dance along with Alan Partridge to Daft Punk’s Get Lucky.
This to That: because people have a need to glue things to other things.
Explore: live webcams including a soothing tropical-reef-aquarium.
Sing It Kitty: a singing cat, a pedal-pumping songstress, and a whole load of silly stuff.
Zoom Quilt: an infinitely zooming journey through surreal landscapes
Rescue Time: if you spend too much time looking at music videos and surreal landscapes, this app can help. Get an accurate picture of how you spend your time so you can become more productive.
The Last Page: you’ve reached the end of the Internet. Turn off your device and go outside.