If you think about the Internet, it's like having the world at your fingertips. If you want to visit an art museum like the Rijksmuseum, go online and suddenly thousands of rare works of art are right in front of you.
If you want to walk the streets of New York City, to see Times Square, you can with Google's Street View. In no time, you're there.
If you want to sit in on a lecture by Bill Gates or Stephen Hawking, or if you want to chat with a person living hundreds of miles off the grid, you can. Another great way to experience other cultures firsthand, whether it's listening to news or something much more fun, like pop music, you can.
The no-frills site Mike's Radio World provides links to more than 5,000 radio stations. Those stations are in Europe, Australia and New Zealand.
Have you ever wondered what a Vatican radio station sounds like? How about a top-40 Australian station, a UK news station, or a Paris college campus radio station?
Mike's Radio World provides links to these and many other stations. Many of them have a "listen live" link. In just minutes, you can hear news that people around the world find important, and the songs they like that you'd probably never otherwise hear.