"These are a few of our favorite links... "

Into programming or web design?
Here's where you can usually find us geekin' out:

 

Going online for research and reference? Here's our favorite spots:

about.com
Not only does this site have lots of its own resources, but it also has possibly the most comprehensive list of links to other educational sites that you'll find anywhere.
babelfish translation
If only they had this language translation tool when they were trying to build the actual Tower of Babel itself . . .
bartleby.com
This is one of those sites that when you first come across it, you almost feel compelled to stand up and shout, "God bless the Internet!!!" For literature, language, quotations and verse there is no equal.
dictionary.com
Remember how frustrating it was being told to look it up when you didn't even know how to spell it in the first place? Well, this site does a really good job of figuring out whatever it is you're trying to spell.
freeware guide
More free software??? Wow, is the Internet a great invention or what?
freely available encyclopedias
The really good online encyclopedias are subscription-based, but if you're a starving student or just a little bit on the cheap side, you can still get by with some of these freely available online encyclopedias.
Internet Public Library Books Collection

Contains over 20,000 titles that can be browsed by author, by title, or by Dewey Decimal Classification. They also have a nice page where you can find even more sources for online texts at: http://www.ipl.org/div/books/other.html

mcsebraindumps.com
Use this site at your own risk! Sure you can memorize all the correct answers for the latest certification quiz, but if you don't know your stuff, the job you land with that MCSE might not last past your first lunch break.
metric4us.com
We may go along kicking and screaming, but it's inevitable - sooner or later, the U.S. will indeed ditch the English system and join the rest of the world in using the metric system. Until that day comes, however, we can be thankful for sites like this.
Oracle of Bacon
Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon, the wonderfully unique college thesis that became a popular drinking game, is now an online database with instant results thanks to the nutty folks at the University of Virginia! Not only does the database work with Kevin Bacon, but you can trace the links from any one actor or actress to any other. Any time we see impressive examples of technology applied to totally obscure and random uses, we just love it!
PollingReport.com
When you're in a political debate, it always helps if you can quote the numbers showing that you have the "wisdom" of the masses on your side. A wonderful resource, this website archives all the latest polls from all the biggest pollsters.
thesaurus.com
A thesaurus is filled with synonyms, but what's a synonym for thesaurus?
University of Texas Online Maps
Ooooh, baby, nice maps!
webpagesthatsuck.com
A great resource for web designers, we like to check in every now and then to make sure we're still off the list.
www.xe.net/ucc
Universal Currency Converter

PEST isn't the only great resource available to teachers: Sites for Teachers

 

Addicted to hardware? Here's a list of our favorite e-tailors:

Computer Geeks newegg TigerDirect
PC Boost 1st Choice Memory Spareparts Warehouse
PortaTech 3B Tech PacificGeek

Whatever you do though, don't just take our word for it: ResellerRatings.com

 

Into Astronomy? So are we! Get your gear here: Optcorp.com