PRLog - July 23, 2012 - NEW YORK -- Random Site is a new web tool designed to help the user choose between a group of websites randomly. All the user has to do is enter in a couple of websites and then let Random Site take it to a random one. This has uses ranging from visiting a random blog in the morning to figuring out which prospective client to help first.
Random Site’s goal is to help people make decisions in situations where they may be otherwise incapable. One concern that is always at the forefront of people’s minds is productivity. How can one do something faster, more efficiently and with less waste. One big stop up area in any process is indecision, even if it is indecision about the smallest of things. For instance, you could spend 30 minutes deciding which blog to read before you start your day or you could spend an hour thinking about which restaurant to eat at.
With Random Site, you can hopefully solve just these problems. Random Site is a tool that allows you to enter in a group of websites and randomly go to one of them. While it is deceptively simple, you will find the uses for it are innumerable. Next time you cannot decide which blog to visit, enter them in and let random site pick for you. Can’t decide where to eat for dinner? Enter in the restaurants websites and let it pick. Check Facebook or browse Pinterest? Don’t think about it, let Random Site decide. These are only a small number of the uses for Random Site, so, what are you waiting for, why not roll the dice?