Fine art for the discerning customer
Are you an artist? Having problems with it at all? Look at WhatMeArtist free course for creators.
For creative computer users: MacCreator.
You mean this is not science fiction? Microship
Big David Bowie fan page.
Decent resource on van Gogh.
Macintosh and computer news and opinions: MacObserver.
For those interested in how comics (or art in general) works, we warmly recommend Scott McCloud, the author of Understanding Comics.
Doonesbury, the best and funniest intellectual cartoon in the world.
Charley Brown and friends: Peanuts. Still unequalled.
My own book recommendations: The Stobblehouse Bookshop.
Damn funny writer: Dave Barry.
David Pogue, the best and funniest writer I know for learning to use computers.
Article on free speech: Net under siege.
Funny signs in "English"
The comic book legal defense fund. Defense for sellers or creators of comics, who have been struck by unfair censorship.
Extraordinary site with landscape photographs, and wonderful camera reviews. Luminous Landscape.
"...long after people with Middle Eastern names and faces have been forgotten as threats to the American Way, the wiretapping, information sharing, and search and seizure provisions of The USA Act of 2001 will still be around..." David Steinberg
Develop your mind: Dianetics
Excellent article on the evil side of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)
Electronic Frontier Foundation fighting for free communication
Tim O'Reilly on file sharing and opportunities
For beginning authors of SF or fantasy, we refer to this excellent contest
Cartoon on peace, made by Stobblehouse.