PCMagazine's top 100 classic websites for 2007.
A bunch of sites I regularly visit and utilize are on the list:
The List In Thumbnails
The triumvirate, without which much gnashing of teeth immediately ensues-
3+1 Makes Four-
The Internet Archive Love the Old Time Radio shows here and am just beginning to explore the splendid balance of available content.
Boing Boing Didn't know this was 'classic', but it is awesome.
HowStuffWorks Don't visit this site often, but when I do, I stay a while. It is quite addictive.
National Geographic Online Another one of those sites I don't think to visit often, but when I do, 'tis always enjoyable and informative.
Merriam-Webster Online Single word google searches always bring up this site in results.
The Straight Dope Cool skeptical analysis of supernatural phenomena
Not Too Crazy About:
IMDb Wikipedia is much better, more like a simple spreadsheet and text file as opposed to an unnecessarily overwrought database.
The Onion Very disagreeable site.
AOL Still a classic site. Very serene. Peace comes dropping slow here, except for the comments section following most articles which invariably degrades into wasteful religious and political debates. AOL must be legendary for this by now!
About to check out the top 100 up and coming list for 2007. Can't wait.