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Hacker News has a nice roundup of some of the worst websites to browse for 2017, with the article highlighting a lot of popular sites that were not featured in the list.

These sites include many of the major online shopping portals, including Amazon, eBay, Amazon.com, Walmart, Target, Target.com and other popular sites.

The list is organized by popular categories, such as popular blogs, news sites, news and entertainment websites.

In addition, many of these sites were mentioned in a similar way by a couple of other popular list articles in the past.

Some of the sites that didn’t make the list include, but were not listed, Reddit, the popular social networking site.

The sites that did make the top 20 include:Bing, YouTube, RedditReddit, the social networking websiteFacebook, TwitterGoogle, Google, MicrosoftMicrosoft, Google Maps, Wikipedia, Instagram, Reddit and other sites.

A lot of the top 10 sites are based on data from Alexa, a web analytics company.

While some of these websites use the Alexa rankings, others use a combination of the two.

It is important to note that Alexa uses its own algorithms to rank these sites, so the results are not necessarily reliable.