online.wsj.com The online version of the Wall Street Journal. Good source of economic and national news, but is very conservatively biased.
reuters.com A UK based international/market news source. Gives a broader picture of international news than the Journal.
bloomberg.com New York based international financial news.
pandora.com Great music site that allows you to find music related or similar to an artist or song that you type in.
rottentomatoes.com Using a very unique rating system involving the "tomato-meter", this site rates and holds reviews for new and old movies.
facebook.com A time-consuming addiction which allows me to network with people all over the world.
tetonat.com Backcountry skiing site based in my Teton Country stomping grounds. Trip reports and all sorts of cool outdoorsy advice.
wildsnow.com Another backcountry skiing site, this one from the Pacific Northwest. Same basic info as above, except for the obvious difference in trip reports given the location.
espn.go.com Sports site giving information on every piece of sports related info you could possibly need.
Culture/Contemporary Issues/Cool Nerdy Habits
ted.com A great site that has really interesting and engaging talks from professionals in every field imaginable.
thedailyshow.com The site containing all of Jon Stewart's episodes. Funny and somewhat informative, but it is a challenge to keep all the information in context and remember that they are trying to make people laugh, not necessarily give the fairest interpretation of current events.