I always believe that if you want to search anything on the internet, be it books, information or anything which you are interested in, try to see only from authentic sources. For example, if its book you are researching on, see the review of the book in amazon.com. You will also get related links related to the book that you have searched on amazon.
Below are the list of the few of my favourite sites
- http://blogs.msdn.com/default.aspx - is the blog on Microsoft Technologies which I am interested in and I regularly go through
- http://www.gartner.com/ is the blog which tells about the current trends in IT.
- http://www.w3schools.com/ is the website to learn basic website building skills.
- http://www.uxunleashed.com/ about the various user experience related blog. This blog is created by the previous organisation where I used to work.
- http://www.readwriteweb.com/ which gives the latest technology trends of the world.
- http://www.apifinder.com/ to search for any APIs that are available for free which might be needed for solving a problem.
- htttp://www.imdb.com has the complete list of hollywood and foreign language movies
- http://www.the-numbers.com gives the list of hollywood movies box office performance.
- http://www.livemocha.com if a person is interested in learning a foreign language online.