P: Like they need referrals from us? Yeah, right.
It's a great way to buy books and stuff, but support your local
bookshops too, okay?
M: Gotta love them. They have everything and are eager to
make things right for you. Some others may be a little cheaper,
but can't match their service and reliability. And I love their
P: Does exactly what you might guess: brilliant anagrams
from just about anything at all. 'Pablo and Mija' turns out to be
'Am bad? Join lap.' Which is damned perceptive for a piece of software,
if you ask me.
P: Claims to be the biggest web-site in Europe,
and I'm not arguing. Tons of news, weather, sport, and all
with an impeccable British accent. For Anglophiles everywhere.
M: Okay, I'll cop to being totally hooked on on-line
auctions. There is just nothing kinked or unkinked that eBay
doesn't sell. I'd be afraid to count how much money I've spent
there. Let me know where the anon help group is meeting.
Internet Movie Database
P: A truly brilliant resource for film trivia buffs.
It's what hypertext was designed for.
Open Directory Project
M: This searchable web directory is what Yahoo!
used to try and be before they messed it all up. It offers categories
under various topics edited by humans (not search spiders). I edit
story sites category. And I'm doing a pretty good job too if
ya ask me.
P: A good place to send simple but effective virtual
greetings cards. You can even arrange to send real flower bouquets.
Can you believe it? Real flowers?!