Video website YouTube and social networking site MySpace are among the 50 "coolest websites" of the year as chosen by US magazine Time.
The magazine breaks its choices down into categories including entertainment, shopping and news.
"We evaluate hundreds of candidates - some suggested by readers, colleagues and friends," said Time reporter Maryanne Murray-Buechner.
The magazine has kept an annual list since 2003.
Three years ago websites such as Ebay, Hotmail, Paypal, Google and the Internet Movie Database made the list of honour.
1. Video-sharing Platforms - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in video-sharing platforms for content creators and user engagement.
2. Social Networking Sites - Potential for disruptive innovation in social networking sites by introducing unique features and enhanced privacy measures.
3. Curated Website Lists - Disruptive innovation opportunity in providing curated lists of websites based on specific categories and user preferences.
1. Entertainment - Potential for disruptive innovation in the entertainment industry through new ways of content distribution and user engagement.
2. E-commerce - Opportunity for disruptive innovation in e-commerce by integrating social networking features and personalized recommendations.
3. Media Publishing - Potential disruptive innovation in media publishing through the development of interactive and personalized content discovery platforms.