Complete List Of Netflix Secret Category Codes

Here’s a quick way to unlock dozens of hidden categories on Netflix.

Simply enter the code at the end of the Netflix URL, for example “http://www.netflix.com/browse/genre/2676” – FYI, the methoid works best on a browser.

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Action & Adventure: 1365
Action Comedies: 43040
Action Sci-Fi & Fantasy: 1568
Action Thrillers: 43048
Adult Animation: 11881
Adventures: 7442
African Movies: 3761
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Shock: Facebook Quickly Losing Favor Among Young

Facebook commands over 900 million users but an alarming new report says a key demographic is quickly slipping away.

A sampling of young people by the Los Angeles Times revealed that many feel the social network no longer has a coolness factor and that one of the reasons may be the overall perception that FB caters more to “mom types”.

So what are kids turning to for their social media fix? Apparently, Twitter, Tumblr, texting, and any mobile app allowing the them more privacy especially from from Mom and Dad.

Facebook is winner with older folks with a higher proportion of 50- to 64-year-old users than any other social network with the exception of LinkedIn.

Microsoft Daughter Caught Using Apple iPhone

bll-gates-daughter-holding-iphoneWe told you about it right here on thecount.com, Microsoft honcho Bill Gates forbid his kids from using anything Apple, but as this picture shows it looks like Bill’s daughter Phoebe is holding her own, her own iPhone that is!  9-year-old Phoebe was out on a walk in Sydney with her mom Melinda Gates when a photographer snapped this picture of the young billionaire holding her trusty iPhone! Way to go girl! Now let’s hope this does not get you grounded!

Website Helps You Cheat

Lemondrop had a great story:

Last week “Good Morning America” ran a shocking expose on a Web site that (gasp!) helps marrieds have affairs. It turns out more and more women are “real-life desperate housewives,” and are turning to AshleyMadison.com to find a fling.

Many are up in arms over the site, saying it’ll be impossible for marriage to survive something so eagerly encouraging us to seek out a sidepiece. And some networks, including ESPN, have refused to air the ads.

But before you go and log your significant other off the computer, consider why this site may not be that big of a deal.

Not the First
Ashley Madison, which has 3 million profiles (72 percent male, 28 percent female), isn’t the first Web site to help people cheat. Sites like MarriedDateClub.com and LonelyCheatingWives.com have already tapped into the “married but looking” market. So in essence, Ashley Madison is catering to a population of people that would have found other ways to cheat anyway. The site’s mere existence isn’t necessarily going to create more cheaters.