Netflix stores Terabytes of Data on their servers. So to classify shows and movies, Netflix has a code for each genre. All of them can b easily seen when you are on the web Netflix but Netflix officially doesn't have the codes stored in one place, so someone decided to make a website containing all of them.
Here's the link to the website: Netflix Code
Fun fact, Netflix stores its data on servers of Amazon. Basically, Amazon has a service named "Amazon Web Service"(AWS) which is used by several popular companies to store data.
If you're into watching earth through space and see the heavenly bodies, then this one's for you. Leolabs visualization is a website that shows you the satellites that are floating outside the earth, it shows all sorts of satellites and you can even get the details of the satellites by clicking any of the floating objects.
Here's the Link: Leolabs Visualization
Do you like listening to Radio rather than using Spotify or any other audio streaming service? If yes, then this is for you as this powerful website allows you to listen to the radio of absolutely any country just by simply visiting the website and clicking on the "Green Dots" available. Radio Garden also has an app for both the App Store as well as Google Play Store, so you can enjoy Radios through the app too.
For iPhone: Radio Garden App
For Android: Radio Garden App
Here's the link for the website: Radio Garden
This is literally the best finding so far. It is literally a dream come true website. There's a great app named "Shazam" that can be used to identify song names when the song is being played. But there are times when you remember the music of a particular song but not the lyrics. So here comes the website "Midomi", it can identify songs even if you sing music to it or simply hum the song, I've tried it on my own and it works like a charm. I definitely recommend you to try this website at least once.
Here's the Link: Midomi
3D Driving Simulator on Google Maps
Are you an average driving enthusiast and want to drive to the areas you know?
So here's a really cool website using which you can drive on Google Maps sitting right in front of your desktop or laptop. It's a simulator for driving on the maps provided by Google. It doesn't have any real-world feel but it's just for fun.
Here's the Link: 3D Simulator on Gmaps
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