What are your favorite Websites (aside from Head-Fi)?
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http://www.ctrlaltdel-online.com for all you l337 n00bz out there,... this webcomic provides hours of laughs.. Go check it out.. and I'd recommend, if you have time, to go back in the archives and check those out, too.
 
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http://www.ctrlaltdel-online for all you l337 n00bz out there,... this webcomic provides hours of laughs.. Go check it out.. and I'd recommend, if you have time, to go back in the archives and check those out, too.


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I'll add to that:
www.megatokyo.com --> A great anime/game webcomic. The first graphic novel of it is available to buy, and the second is on the way. Really cool if you're a geek ^_^

raymondlin: Vwap forgot the .com at the end. Hee hee...I always wanted to burn my dial-up modem.
 
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thanks Rizumu.. it's fixed now

hehe.. dang .. I swear I didn't do that to increment my post count..
 
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There are quite a few...

Of course, there's Audiogon, where I spend entirely too much time looking at stuff that I don't have nearly enough money to buy.

There's also eBay, where I spend my time fishing (for deals) and (auction) sniping. Also sell a lot of stuff that I don't need any more so that I can buy more audio gear

There are a couple of conservative political websites that I visit fairly often. There's National Review Online, which has some of the best opinion pieces on the web.

Another good site for conservative viewpoints is Jewish World Review, which carries a wide array of interesting commentary.

The sports site visited most often is M-Live Detroit Lions Page. Yeah...I know...I'm a glutton for punishment.

There are lots of others, but those are the biggies!!
 
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Allrighty, time to list the messed up webpages that I go to!

WebComics:
Ozy and Millie
Sinfest
Jack

When I'm bored:
Ehowa
Maddox

That's it for now, I really don't browse the web that much.
 
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The Mobius Web Board: Eurocult Films:
http://www.mhvf.net/forum/euro/index.shtml

Women Surrealist Artists Home Page (see especially the paintings of Remedios Varo and Dorothea Tanning):
http://kiravae.tripod.com/pathfind.html

Two Dedicated Remedios Varo Sites:
http://www.turingmachine.org/remedios/expo.html
http://www.hungryflower.com/leorem/varo.html

The Paintings of Fernand Khnopff (arguably the best and purest Symbolist painter):
http://www.artmagick.com/artists/khnopff.aspx

Atlas Books Web Page (absolutely the best publisher of surrealist literature in English):
http://www.atlaspress.co.uk/ML/

Thomas Lovell Beddoes Page (bio of the most morbid poet in English, with a link to the Beddes Society, of which I am a member):
http://www.nortexinfo.net/McDaniel/tlb.htm

Classics Archive (http://classics.mit.edu/), which contains the complete text of Ovid's Metamorphoses:
http://classics.mit.edu/Ovid/metam.html

Schizophrenic Web Board (most posts are by actual schizophrenics):
http://66.88.11.227:8080/%7Eszmain

Bodies under Siege (for those who tend toward self-injury):
http://busmail.org/phpBB/

The Tourette's Syndrome Web Ring:
http://r.webring.com/hub?ring=tourettesyndrom1&id=1&hub

Neurology and Neurosurgery Forum (excellent source of subjective descriptions of various psychological/neurological disorders):
http://www.medhelp.org/perl6/Neuro/wwwboard.html

Stockhausen's Personal Web Page:
http://www.stockhausen.org/

Native Instruments Community (for those who fancy themselves electronic composers):
http://www.nativeinstruments.de/inde...d=community_us

Mercenary Audio (ignore the sexist graphics and you'll discover a superb source for pro audio gear):
http://www.mercenaryaudio.com/

New York Public Library: Leo Line
(which crashed my browser in the midst of my composing this list due to wretched java programming):
[I wouldn't feel right about giving you the link at the moment, but you can use it to search for a CD, sheet music, book or DVD and then reserve the item, have it sent to the nearest library branch, and request that a notice be sent to you when the item is available.]
 
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www.theonion.com


I love the Onion...very funny. Herbert Kornfeld is an absolute scream.
 
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Quote:

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I love the Onion...very funny. Herbert Kornfeld is an absolute scream.



Another vote for the onion! When I was listening to a lot of gangsta' at the gym Herb K. really cracked me up. ("Those busta asses over in accounts payabo!!!")


I also like www.classicalchatterbox.com one of the few sites devoted to discussion of classical music.

Then there is the ol' workplace site www.hnet.uci.edu/philosophy
 
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I thought that Head-Fi was the only site on the web


Honestly I do look at other sites. Like my employers site to see when I am going to work and Get Fuzzy comic strip site.
 
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After looking at some of these pages... i have come to REALLY realize this fact:

there is some unbelievably disturbing stuff on the internet. and this stuff is usually very very popular. which in itself, is disturbing.



A few I forgot about:

www.isonews.com --> information source for the piracy "scene". i do not condone any of the actions, per se, but some of the threads are quite enlightening.

http://www.weebl.jolt.co.uk/pie.html --> home of weebl and bob... skippy's avatar picture-sake

http://www.somethingawful.com/rchs/index.html --> river city hacky sack... still a fun flash game

www.chemfinder.com --> used to use this a lot during o-chem days. find a good deal of info on most any chemical compound. the pop-ups are new to me and quite annoying.
 
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Here are a few that I like.

impress Watch: excellent site for gaming/tech/etc. news (Japanese)
http://www.watch.impress.co.jp/

Digital Photography Review: very thorough reviews of digicams
http://www.dpreview.com/

Three G Mobile: new mobile phone pics
http://www.threegmobile.net/

Movie-List: movie trailers
http://www.movie-list.com/

The Magic Box: video game news from Japan (in English)
http://www.the-magicbox.com/

x-bit Labs: pc hardware news
http://www.xbitlabs.com/

AVS Forum: good board for home theatre and other AV stuff
http://www.avsforum.com/

Ruliweb: excellent video game news and media page (Korean)
http://ruliweb.intizen.com/

Orange Juice: demoscene info page
http://www.ojuice.net/

Morango: pics of hot chicks (Portuguese)
http://morango.ig.com.br/

Digitimes: IT news from Asia
http://www.digitimes.com/

Icrontic: links to new pc hardware articles from other sites
http://www.icrontic.com/

Phoenix MozillaZine: support board for the best web browser, Phoenix
http://www.mozillazine.org/forums/index.php?c=4

CDPKOREA (forum): user posted pics of cool portable a/v gear (Korean)
http://www.cdpkorea.com/zboard4/zboard.php?id=pdsboard

Hydrogen Audio: forum for quality PC audio info
http://www.hydrogenaudio.org/

CDR-Info: PC optical drive news
http://www.cdrinfo.com/

Hong Kong Entertainment News In Review: HK movie news
http://www.hkentreview.com/
 
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