Instructions(1) Bloglines.com Hard-core bloggers already know this, but if you don't know it, it will change the way you read blogs.
1. Copy these instructions.
2. Link to the original 'useful meme' post.
3. Share 5+ things that may be of benefit to your readers -- useful facts, advice, product recommendations, etc.
(2) TVTropes.org This will change the way you experience fiction.
(3) Various websites Judicious use of Google Scholar, Amazon.com, and even plain old Google will change the way you find dead-tree material. Find stuff. Find the stuff it cites. Find what other stuff people who've bought it have also bought. It's the only way to live.
(4) Stuff White People Like Didn't quite revolutionize anything for me, but did teach me a thing or two. If you're a typical upper-middle class first-worlder, this website will help you with that ever important task of griding your self-esteem into dust, something you really ought to be doing, no matter what your parents and teachers told you growing up. Really, you're way to full of yourself.
(5) Molecular biology This will change the way you see humanity. Everything in the human body is controlled by molecules. Want to control what your body does? Control the molecules. In practical terms, this means buy up biotech stock and psychologically prepare yourself for seeing the world transformed by ever more sophisticated manipulations of life at the molecular level.
And now the people I tag will be... Karl. Because I think he's the only person who responded to the last blog meme I tried to tag anyone with.
PS: Bonus sixth item: Notebooks Seriously, I have trouble remembering what I intend to do minute to minute, I almost forgot what I was going to say for some items on this list, as I typed it. Everything works better when you write things down in a notebook.