Google just released a list of the top 1000 websites in the world, something they're uniquely suited to rank, since most traffic funnels through them first. Google left themselves off (they'd be #1), so Facebook and Yahoo are close together at 1 and 2. To save you time, Gizmodo US is at 540, edging out Pandora, Intel, that site you use to do currency conversion and the California government. Suck on that Costco and the web standards website. [Top1000 via Erin's Twitter]
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