CSS3 Preview - CSS3 . info
A look at some of the cool features CSS 3 will be bringing to the plate. That is as soon as more browser makers get on board. And yes, I am looking at you Microsoft.
CSS Zen Garden: The Beauty in CSS Design
This site really opened my eye to the possibilities of CSS, and brought home the mantra about "separating content and presentation". Its amazing what some of these creative designers have accomplished.
A gallery that showcases well designed websites. A social media aspect of the site lets visitors vote and comment.
World of Warcraft
World of Warcraft
Bizzard's official site containing news, trailers, gameplay videos, wallpapers, screen shots, and the official forums.
Great information and walk-throughs on classes, professions, quests, add-ons, and macros.
WoW Head and WoW DB
These sites let you search for quests, items, NPCs, recipes, etc. Great references for when you get stuck.
A weekly podcast hosted by Scott Johnson and Randy Deluxe. It provides a great mix of information, personality and humor which, along with Patrick's Mod of the Week and Mean Gene's PVP Tip of the Week, make this a must listen.
Mr. Pop Culture
This site has archives that show the major events, sports, music, TV, movies for a specific week. Free registration is required but it's well worth it.
The 70s Preservation Society
A good look back at the 70s from Jim Thomas, the host of 70s Saturday Night, an excellent radio show that unfortunately no longer airs.
Stuck in the 70s
Julie is a woman who is proud to say that she is still stuck in the 70s. Her site provides a great mix of memories and history.
The 80s Movie Rewind
Probably the best site to immerse yourself in the 80s movie experience. A fan based site with lots of fond recollections can be found here.
The Truck Driver's Gear Change Hall Of Shame
You might be thinking to yourself, what does "gear changing" have to do with music? This site has samples of songs with some of the most unnecessary key changes, aka gear change. You'll likely laugh and cringe at some of these examples.
Chart Attack with Jason Hare
In this entertaining blog, Jason picks a week, lists the top ten songs on the Billboard chart, then provides humorous and sometimes snarky commentary about each song. A good read.
An interesting and informative look at all things television. One of my favorite sections has schedules and program profiles for Saturday morning shows that were on the three networks.