Discussion forum for conspiracy theories, UFOs, general weird stuff.
I'm a big fan of Amazon. Not just useful for buying books & DVDs etc, the customer reviews can be entertaining in their own right (especially the 1-star ones).
American version. Bigger. More reviews.
Humour website along the lines of 'Interesting things to do with a dead cat'.
Discover, like, Exeter .
Kind of like Wikipedia but in the spirit of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy.
The Internet Movie Database.
10 petabytes of archived digitized media & the Wayback Machine is very useful for historical or defunct websites.
Best Star Trek site on the Web IMHO.
Movie message boards (used to be on IMDb).
Fried rat in your KFC? College students on LSD staring at the sun till they go blind? Urban legends!
Thousands of text documents preserved from early bulletin board systems .
Hill figures are giant visual representations (commonly horses) cut into hillsides, usually to reveal the white chalk underneath. Always been interested in these.
Zoom in to a quark (& beyond) then zoom out to the size of the observable universe.
Fighting ignorance since 1973.
Always been interested in UFOs & aliens. Whether you believe in little green (or grey) men or not this site makes fascinating reading.
More of the above.
My favourite website on the Web.
I've wasted far, far too much time here. The user comments can make you despair for humanity though.