Being a frequent web user, there are several sites that I find browsing to with some regularity. This pages contains links to them, organised by category
A more satirical view of the worlds I. T. news.
Similar to The Register, but aimed at Linux users.
Ars Technica Technology news
Best place for downloading anime fan subs. Has some very active forums as well, including a resharing requests forum!.
Lots of anime themed wallpapers for your windows/Linux/MacOS Desktop all organised by series.
Keep update to date with UK anime news. Also has a list of UK anime clubs, along with any conventions being held.
Another source of info on the UK anime scene.
A more global outlook on the anime scene.
A superb manga series that is free to view online. Brilliant story line and well worth the catch-up
Gamespy - everthing you wanted to know about pretty much any game
All the latest news on one of the world's best selling games!
Some of the best games servers in the UK!
From the beginner to the advanced user this site has loads of information on programming in Delphi!
A project aiming to convert the entire windows API (including DirectX, and openGL) to Delphi.
Ever needed to read a proprietary file format? Look here first - someone may be able to tell you how!
An excellent HTML reference guide. (I am using it now whilst writing this page!)
Slightly more expensive, but this Portsmouth based company has always delivered on time and in great condition. I have never had any problems using them. Their sales line gives excellent advice as well!
Another superb company for computer equipment with very competitive prices.
Scan have superb offers which change daily. Check it out! You will be amazed at the prices.
Lots of stuff for the over clocker, or someone who wants to build/upgrade their PC with only the best components.
I bought my PC case from these guys, and despite my initial misgivings (due to the name), received superb service.
A site that tells you how things work. Topic's range from simple things to the latest in computer technology.
Ever heard some music on an advert but don't know what it is? This site is the answer a comprehensive listing of the music tracks used on pretty much every single advert. Can be a little slow though.
Flash games, amusing animation and video- this site has it all!