Vimeo – My Vimeo page, with a few of the short films I’ve made since starting.
StumbleUpon – I’ve spent many hours endlessly stumbling, and it is really worth it if you have some time to waste.
Diaspora – An alternative social network to Facebook and the other big ones, and worth a look. It’s nice to know that you own the data you put up there, unlike *cough* Facebook.
Instructables – I would hope everyone has heard of instructables by now, but if not it is an amazing DIY site, with user submitted projects. It has a great community backing, and very much worth a look.
OnLive – OnLive, the cloud based gaming service. If you have a decent internet connection (8 meg upwards) I recommend giving it a try, even for the free trials.
Hack this site – If all the fuss surrounding Anonymous recently has got you interested in hacking, HackThisSite is a great place to get started, with missions ranging from the very basic, to extremely difficult. All for fun, on their own servers.
Noooooooooooooo button – Useful in dire situations (exams etc).
Animefreak – For any anime fans, this is a great site for streaming links.
Newforge Therapies – The place to go for aromatherapy, reflexology, and all your holistic therapy needs.
Engadget – My regular source for tech/gadget information.
Gamespot – My favourite game review website, and the one I agree with most often.
The Escapist – Home to many great blogs, video series (including Zero Punctuation), and game reviews.
Radical Fishing – Radical Fishing, a chilled out fishing game which is great for whiling away some time.
Every day the same dream – A really awesome flash game that everyone should play.
Other Great Blogs
Aaron’s blog: a modder and friend of mine, with some pretty interesting stuff. It’s worth taking a look at all the blogs Aaron is hosting; it’s his own blog script and he has built up a brilliant community in the few short years since it’s creation.
Mark’s blog: another friend, with some great stuff.
Keyboard Stuff – If that’s what you’re into
Model M Simulator – If you ever wanted to experience an IBM Model M, here’s a great place to start.
A care guide for the IBM Model M, if anyone has one (or is thinking about getting one!).
geekhack – An excellent forum for mechanical keyboards.
Deskthority – Similar to geekhack; another good community.
Clicky Keyboards – A US website selling mechanical keyboards.
PC Keyboards – Unicomp: the modern manufacturer of Model Ms.