I have a few sites on the net that I visit quite frequently.  I wanted to share them and I hope someone else can benefit from this list.

Metacritic (http://www.metacritic.com/)

Metacritic¬ģ compiles reviews from respected critics and publications for film, video/dvd, books, music, television and games.¬†¬†Their unique Metascores show the critical consensus at a glance by taking a weighted average of critic grades.

Techbargains (http://www.techbargains.com/)

Techbargains¬†help you figure out what is best to buy, why it’s best, and where to buy it at a good price.¬†They sort through all the information and hype on technology products, and clearly and concisely recommend the best for what you need.¬† Whenever you need to by some tech product, check out Techbargains first.

Engadget (http://www.engadget.com/)

Everyone loves gadgets.¬† Engadget is basically a glorified blog (probably among the most popular on net and the anchor of Weblogs, Inc. Network) that is updated a couple dozen times per day with news on gadgets, tech, cars,¬†and the like.¬† They have a team of people that cover tech events and provide¬†”live”¬†feedback to the website from the event.¬† Besides that, their news is usually pretty well written and interesting.¬†

Cinematical (http://www.cinematical.com/)

Cinematical is the Engadget of cinema (which makes sense because it too is part of Weblogs, Inc. Network).  It is constantly updated with cinema news of all varieties.

Neowin (http://www.neowin.net/)

Neowin provides all kind of computer and software news.  It even provides *sigh* Mac news.  One of the greatest assets to Neowin is its forums.  It has a great community and a lot of really good tutorials and links in the main sections of its forum.

Unmatched Style (http://www.unmatchedstyle.com/)

Unmatched Style is a constantly growing community dedicated to acknowledging those who have made exceptionally gorgeous web sites using Cascading Style Sheets and web standards.  It provides great inspiration for those using or thinking about using CSS for their website by giving the viewer an idea of the potential using CSS.

Good-Tutorials (http://www.good-tutorials.com/)

12,500+ tutorials for Adobe Photoshop.¬† The people at Good-Tutorials are constantly compiling links to Photoshop tutorials; the type of stuff you can’t learn from reading a book.

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