Slashdot. Who doesn't
know about Slashdot? Great site. Updated constantly.
ZZZ Online. Informal, semi-obscure
technology news site. Updated weekly.
Paul Harvey. Daily
radio broadcasts that you can listen to in RM or WMA formats.
Sums up current events and amusing wire stories. "Stand
by for news!"
Geek.com. Updated constantly.
Worse than Slashdot, but occasionally interesting.
One of the largest computer-enthusiast forums in the world.
Tom's Hardware Guide.
New stuff every few days. Very nice reviews and guides, very
professional. Excellent benchmarks.
kinds of skins, icons, and wallpapers. Where I get most of my
ObjectDock icons and docklets.
knows about this. Updated on a Monday-Wednesday-Friday schedule.
Red Meat. Black
and white, re-uses art. Weird Earl is cool. Great archive system.
The Onion. Weekly news
satire. The "Savage Love" article (linked off the
Onion AV Club page) is pretty interesting.
PvP. Player Versus
Player. Updated daily. I prefer the print comic, so don't visit
Comics. Basically, all the comics that run in regular newspapers
every day, for free on the web. Dilbert, Foxtrot, Zits, etc.
Really good black & white comic that's updated every weekday.
I think it's about as good as PvP.
Occasionally funny, but usually just really low-brow.
One of my favorite syndicated comic strips.
e-mail. A new little flash episode every Monday (theoretically).
In terms of funniness and originality, I'd put this on about
the same level as 8-bit Theater. It does look a little better
though. Updated semi-regularly.
Perry Bible Fellowship.
Kinda like Farside. But funny. No longer updated. (This link
is to the archive.)
VGCats. Updated every Wednesday
(sometimes). Lots of jokes about video games, but typically
more accessible than PA's game-specific strips.
The Best Page in the Universe.
Maddox rants. Very funny.
Ninja. Another hilarious faux-crappy-art strip.
Red Vs Blue.
Comedic Halo machinima videos.
and Baker. Like Calvin and Hobbes, but with references to
drinking and strippers.
Dinner. New single-panel comics every day!
Natalie Dee. Part blog,
part refrigerator art.
Word of the
Day. Hosted by Dictionary.com,
gives you a new peice of vocabulary every day with multiple
examples on how to use it. Not very evanescent at all. Salubrious
for your oratory loquaciousness.
The Internet Movie Database.
The web source for movies, TV shows, and actors. Searchable.
The Straight Dope.
A new (or old) column every weekday by Cecil Adams (or a staff
member). Answers to all kinds of questions most people don't
Phil Plait's Bad Astronomy:
The Home Page. Great site for debunking hare-brained conspiracy
theories/fake-hoaxes and correcting misconceptions. Points out
errors made, regarding astronomy, in TV shows, movies, etc.
Apple - QuickTime
- Movie Trailers. All the new movie trailers in QT format.
Jump the Shark. Chronicling
the moments when TV shows go downhill.
Great movie review site.
Boing Boing. Neat links,
updated constantly. Kind of like Slashdot if they were a lot
less serious and Linux-crazy.
A great free online encyclopedia with user-created content.
Terrific universal resource/bulletin board for anyone living
in or around a major city. Jobs, housing, personals, garage
sales... you can find or advertise practically anything there.
of English image boards. Great source of internet memes. Some
of the linked sites may have graphic or disturbing content.
Blogdex. Links in the blogosphere
ranked by current popularity.
MetaFilter. A community
weblog; basically a large collection of links with comments,
BitTorrent @ AnimeSuki.com.
Various anime series, but only ones that are not currently licensed
in the US.
A directory of torrents from various sites. The new Suprnova.org.
site for cartoons and miscellaneous comedy shows. Requires registration.
Another torrent site, miscellaneous stuff.
mininova. Yet another
torrent site, miscellaneous files in categories.
Azureus. My favorite
Really great, informative, and official site about the card game.
Updated daily with articles and an "Ask the Wizards"
GURPS from SJ Games.
The official company web site. Mainly useful for learning about
new releases and coming books.
GURPS Stuff by
Scott Maykrantz. Some great stuff about robots, gadgets, advantages,
skills, evil cows, spell casting, swords, and more.
GURPS Resources. Some interesting stuff from [sic] andi jones
plus his Character of the Week archive.
GURPS Stuff. Ads, disads, psionics (including the much needed,
IMHO, "Sonokinesis"), supers, cyberware, and more.
blog and stuff. Amateur "nerdcore" rapper and cartoonist.
Blog of Doom. Michael
Shaffer's blog. Writes about his family, politics, whatever.
Interesting blog by a Microsoft-employed Chinese AnandTecher.
site. Another ATer. Goes to UC Irvine.
News on sales, coupons, rebates, etc. posted daily.
Price Watch - Street
Price Search Engine.
1COOLPC. Great online-shop
in Washington state that sells cooling hardware and a few cases/mods.
NewEgg.com. Computer hardware
shop. Typically the best prices and service.
FatWallet. Good for
finding coupon codes and good deals.
was a woman who, between courses, could be graceful with her elbows
on the table." Henry James