INWW.com. Seems to be MelbourneIT.com.au now. [2015-01-15 MelbourneIT.com.au sent an email requesting that I remove their link if possible "as they no longer comply with the guidelines set out by the various search engines". That's a first.]
Archive.org. "The Internet Archive is building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital form. Like a paper library, we provide free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public."
'Founded in April 1996, Alexa Internet grew out of a vision of Web navigation that is intelligent and constantly improving with the participation of its users. Alexa Related Links and Traffic Rankings are the embodiment of this vision, growing and getting better as more people join the Alexa community of smart Web surfers.'
CSS Beauty [cssbeauty.com]. 'a project focused on providing its audience with a database of well designed CSS based websites from around the world. It's purpose is to showcase designers' work and to act as a small portal to the CSS design community.'
CWD.dk. Cool Web Design. Good for design tips and ideas.
SitePoint.com. "SitePoint is a fast growing online media company and information provider targeting the Web professional market, specifically Web Developers and Designers. The company has five major revenue streams: advertising and sponsorship, content-based products both online and in retail, software, and more recently streaming video subscriptions and classified listings."
speedtest.net. A very pretty Flash site that tests your connection speed with different servers around the world: upload, download, and latency.
StatCounter.com. 'A free yet reliable invisible web tracker, highly configurable hit counter and real-time detailed web stats. Insert a simple piece of our code on your web page and you will be able to analyse and monitor all the visitors to your website in real-time!'
StrangeBannana.com. A demo of CSS and XHTML. A new web design is created with each refresh.
StyleGala.com. 'Stylegala is an online resource and inspiration guide for web agencies, designers and developers who takes interest in websites built with web standards and CSS as primary tools. '
The Learn List [thelearnlist.com]. Different web tech topics and for each several links to tutorials.
WorldOfEnds.com. 'All we need to do is pay attention to what the Internet really is. It's not hard. The Net isn't rocket science. It isn't even 6th grade science fair, when you get right down to it. We can end the tragedy of Repetitive Mistake Syndrome in our lifetimes -- and save a few trillion dollars' worth of dumb decisions -- if we can just remember one simple fact: the Net is a world of ends. You're at one end, and everybody and everything else are at the other ends.'