From classical music to comic books, the American Mensa Top 50 Web sites list is an example of how our organization fosters our members’ wide range of interests.
Arlington, TX (Vocus) March 27, 2010
The votes are in for 2010. More than 10,000 votes were cast by Mensa members for hundreds of various web sites, but only 50 can be recognized by American Mensa as the Top 50 Web sites of the year.
This year’s winners include:
- Gizmodo (gizmodo.com)
- The Smart Life (thesmartlife.com)
- Pandora Internet Radio (pandora.com)
- Popular Science (popsci.com)
- Drudge Report (drudgereport.com)
- Hulu (hulu.com)
- Snopes (snopes.com)
- Lifehacker (lifehacker.com)
To view a complete list of our Top 50 web sites, log onto http://www.us.mensa.org/top50sites.
In November 2009, American Mensa members began nominating more than 280 Web sites. In January, members continued to vote for their favorites, cutting the list to 100. Thousands of votes continued to flow in until 50 Web sites were selected to receive American Mensa’s top cyberspace honors.
“From classical music to comic books, the American Mensa Top 50 Web sites list is an example of how our organization fosters our members’ wide range of interests,” said Paige Faulkner, Membership Director of American Mensa. “Whether the member’s profession is a lawyer or a logger, Mensans come from all walks of life and this list shows the array of our members’ intelligence and interests.”
American Mensa is an organization open to anyone who scores in the top two percent on an accepted, standardized intelligence test. The organization has more than 57,000 members in the United States and more than 110,000 members around the world. Members of Mensa attend local and national events, join special interest groups such as astronomy and philosophy, and help out in their communities through various projects. Dues are $59 annually. For more information about Mensa, or to apply for membership, visit http://www.us.mensa.org or call (800) 66-MENSA.