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Musictheory A grass roots website that contains lessons, trainers, as well as several other utilities.
iLike is a music site where you can organize share and discover new music. There is an iLike side bar available for Windows Media Player as well as iTunes. You can even upload your own music to the site if you would like to.
This is an obvious one. Watch videos of just about anything for free.
This is an awesome catalog of documentaries about many different subjects. You can browse the films by region, theme, or title. The videos are free and are accompanied by a brief description, comments, and sometimes a link to a related page.
Product reviews by consumers who have been verified by the retailer they purchased the item from. You can search for specific items or go through a preference-based menu to find products and reviews that are lined up with your intentions/interests/user level.
No matter what you need, chances are, you can probably find it here.
Farecast provides predictions and trend analysis for airfares and hotel fees. In their own words, “Know When to Buy™: Our airfare prediction shows if fares are rising or dropping. Based on the prediction, we provide a recommendation to buy now or buy later. Know Where to Stay™: Our Rate Key™ indicates whether or not today's rate for a specific hotel is a deal. It compares an individual hotel's current rate found to its observed historical rates.”
Offers a central location to find free downloads for subjects ranging from antivirus/firewall to audio/video & gaming software.
A great photography site that helps photographers no matter their skill level. It has a community forum were you can get equipment reviews and answers to your questions. The site also offers a free members gallery where you can upload your own photos.
This site is full of links to other sites. The links are organized into various categories including business, lifestyle, and Internet, etc...
A fitness website that allows you to set goals, track your progress, monitor and plan nutrition, and even invite or find new friends to coordinate with.
A pretty good travel website that provides many different ways of researching destinations.
Type in a website that requires a username and password; Bugmenot provides you with a name and password to use…free. Useful for big websites, not really for obscure ones.
Another seemingly obvious site…A user-dependant research site. Wikipedia is very adaptive in that you can cruise through a subject by clicking on embedded links to visit related articles and topics. This allows the researcher to see the topic from many different perspectives.
Seriously, this is one of the most comprehensive movie information databases on the net. It is very, very thorough.
A seriously cool concept…you type in a subject you would like to research and this generates a list (you choose its length) of related keywords and topics. You can visit a Wikipedia page at any time or continue navigating through the related keywords until you find what you want. It is a very cool way of diversifying a research effort.
Some really interesting videos about varying topics.
Another Wikipedia inspired website relating to travel. Written and edited by users. This site promises to be one of the most useful of all travel sites due to its constantly being updated.
Learn how to repair or recycle household items that you might otherwise throw away.
An index of thousands of books, free for you to read.
This site contains a huge number of articles about religion, science, and philosophy and is published in Spanish and English.
The, “World Freedom Atlas,” provides a visual method of understanding the issues of freedom, human rights, democracy, etc in the world.
This is a pretty good source for fitness information. The information is searchable and organized in a tabbed structure.
Literally…this site provides tips about how to clean just about anything.
Ask, Answer, or browse through questions about any and every aspect of relationships. There are also many forums and articles available.
This is a decent tutorial site that specializes in PC issues.
As described by the owners, Beer Advocate helps you learn about, share, and advocate beer.
Live Plasma is not the first site of its kind but it is the best site of its kind (If you ask me…which you didn't). You enter a movie, actor, director, musician, etc; and Live Plasma will create a web of related media for you to browse through. This is a very cool way to discover new movies and music based on what you already know.
Nice list of websites, if you like to know about the latest website news and reviews check out http://www.WhichWebsite.com
Checkout this one, all major news web sites headlines on one page, it is kind a simple news aggregator!
Identify almost any file and suggest how to deal with it.
free, legal music downloads: http://www.daytrotter.com
http://cl1p.net/ - Simple online clipboard.
A free fitness website that posts a new "Workout of the Day" every day. The workouts focus on total body fitness. The workouts are used by military personnel, athletes, and normal people. The site also contains an index of the exercises used in the workouts complete with videos and slideshows. They offer a newsletter for those willing to pay. It is an outstanding site for both fitness gurus and average Joes.
This site offers, among other things, an outstanding resource for anyone researching travel destinations.
A catalog of online coupons posted and reviewed by users. The coupons vary from sites like Polo to Amazon to Papajohns.
Provides a reference for anyone looking to diagnose his or her symptoms or research medical issues. It is a good place to visit before making that, oh so expensive, trip to the doctor.
A source of cooking information ranging from recipes to techniques to restaurant reviews.
A reference site for just about everything else. Want to k now how to wax snow skis? Make pizza dough? Install a bathtub? This is the place.
Combines search results from several different travel websites and presents them in a very user-friendly interactive format.
One of the better academic research websites I've come across.
Looking for a job? Need a resume?
A very cool website that contains explanations of those mysteries in life that you just can't figure out. A few examples are Murphy's Law, Pickpockets, and Light Sabers (Yes, light sabers).
A wikipedia-type product review website. All reviews and articles are written and updated by the site's users.
Can't decide what to read next? Simply enter a book title and/or author that you like and the site will recommend a number of books for you.
This is a very unique website I found that creates a packing list for you based on information you provide regarding your trip and intentions/plans.
Enter your location and a friend's location and this site will tell you where you should meet (Halfway).
Seriously, the coolest music-related site I've seen. You choose the mood, intensity, and genres of the music you would like to hear and the site will provide you with a virtual web of music to explore. The web evolves with each choice you make. You can click on any song in the web at anytime.