Discussion forum for conspiracy theories, UFOs, general weird stuff. Polybius anyone?
Not just useful for buying books, CDs & DVDs. The customer reviews are entertaining in their own right (especially the 1-star ones).
American version. Bigger. More reviews.
Recommended news website.
Humour website along the lines of '10 unusual things to do with a dead cat'.
Where I've lived for the past fifteen years .
Remember the BBC Domesday Project? Probably not if you're under thirty. A good example of digital obsolescence .
The Web's premier search engine, and a host of other good stuff.
Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mindbogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist's, but that's just peanuts to space.
The Internet Movie Database. Everything you could possibly want to know about your favourite movies. The message boards are a hoot.
10+ petabytes should keep you going for a bit. Wayback Machine is especially useful.
Rip streaming video from eg YouTube onto your hard drive.
Premier Star Trek site on the Web. A trekkie's wet dream.
Comprehensive freeware site.
A selection of websites about beautiful Dartmoor .
A fried rat in your KFC? Babysitter on LSD sticks baby in microwave? Urban legends ahoy.
Song lyrics and analysis.
Literally thousands of text documents preserved from early Bulletin Board Systems . Deliciously subversive.
Hill figures are giant visual representations (commonly horses) cut into hillsides, usually to reveal the white chalk underneath.
Flash webpage where you can zoom in to the size of a Planck length and zoom out to the size of the observable universe. Fascinating.
Questions and answers. Fighting ignorance since 1973.
Whether you believe in little green men or not this site makes fascinating reading.
Probably my favourite site on the Web (can you tell?!).
Talking dogs, comical cats, alleged aliens, helicopter crashes etc.