A great place to post on current events and even submit your own articles. Mostly libertarian viewpoints, but feel free to submit whatever you want. It gets voted on by the registered members. Update: Spatula is revamping (archiving) the site, for now. It's not likely new articles will be available there. NEW UPDATE (2011-01-03): morons.org appears to be down, for good.
A continually updated list of (mostly) freeware, including shell extensions. I believe this is where I first heard of Geoshell.
A user configurable listing of 300+ tech websites. A great way for geeks to scan the geek-related headlines.
An encyclopedia for music of all styles. Highly recommended as a resource for any music questions.
A user-edited list of book reviews. Got a favorite book? Write a review!
An FAQ covering vast amounts of Tolkien’s universe. Arda is the name of the World and all that is in it.
Become a Pastafarian. Be blessed by his noodly goodness. Dress like a pirate. When you die, there’s a beer volcano and a stripper factory. If you have to believe in a mythical being in the sky, why not pick the Flying Spaghetti Monster?
The owner of a video game store in Canadia has some hilarious stories to share.
Ever been on IRC? Then you might be here (especially if you’re an idiot).
Browse through 85 billion web pages archived from 1996 to a few months ago. To start surfing the Wayback, type in the web address of a site or page where you would like to start, and press enter. Then select from the archived dates available. The resulting pages point to other archived pages at as close a date as possible.
A site by Stu Nicholls that he created in the hope that it will help newcomers to CSS and show old hands that it is more than just a mechanism for styling your documents. My main format is based on hisSnazzy Borders theme .
OK, so it may not be interesting, but it's the very first website I made. The code may be a bit messy, but the content is kinda cool, if you were a fan of The X-Files. UPDATE: AOL has decided to kill all their "member" hosted sites. I've had this site up for 12 years. Thanks a lot AOL. You suck . I'll throw a subdirectory up on this domain to host a new version of my X-Files Shrine as soon as I can. I moved the pictures to a new set of pages. Enjoy! :)
The CIA Factbook contains information about every country in the world. An interesting and thorough resource.
This site has a blog in which I found a way to embed YouTube videos while maintaining my valid HTML. YouTube's default code utilizes the <embed>, which isn't valid HTML. BAD YouTube!
A library of TV theme music and songs from yesterday and today. It's very cool to hear songs you've likely only ever heard on TV.
YoursFonts is a FREE online font generator that allows you to create your own OpenType fonts within a couple of minutes. I created one from my own handwriting. It took less than 20 minutes total between downloading the template, filling it out, scanning it and uploading it back to the site.
Pandora isn't the first, but it's a pretty cool online radio station that lets you enter specific groups or songs and their system finds similar songs. You can make multiple stations and tweak the music to your liking.
Nifty website that converts YouTube videos to MP3 files. Only use it for non-copyrighted videos. ::wink wink nudge nudge::