Kirsten-Dunst.org - The best site about Kirsten Dunst, except for the stuff about Her on here. Sometimes you'll find The Duke in the forums, is what, waxing awe-struck and such. Great video section, too.
Virtual Dali - There are some wonderful sites devoted to this fabulous old fucker on the web-net, but this is The Duke's personal favourite, being a virtual romp through every painting the man ever painted. Glorious.
Blast Your Podcast - Brand new Podcast site that's a lot more personal than your average directory. It even has an interview with yours truly. A fucking great site, and one to watch.
Make Poverty History - Do something worthwhile for a fuckin change. Also, you can fling an email to Tony Blair. Did Bono teach you nothing? He died for your sinful guts, and still you act like Bono did nothing ever once.
The Guardian – Go along to the “film” section, and under “sites we like” you’ll see you can submit sites you, too, are fond of. I’m sure you’re fond enough of Mondo Irlando for to submit it. That’s just my guessing on the topic.
Beast Magazine – This isn’t going anymore, but you can still download all the old issues. What it is, is either very pretentious or very original, or both, most likely. Have a look. Very bizarre.
The Fortean Times – This is one of The Duke’s favourite magazines, being all about the weirdness and the paranormal and so on, but it's very informative and funny. The online version has cool articles and such from the archives. Well worth a visit. The stuff on Stigmata is great. As in the condition, and not the fucking wretched flick about “Satan”.
Snopes – The Urban Legends Resource Page – Filled with all manner of cool nonsense.
Swing Batter Batter! - I've done you fine folks a disservice, on account of I thought I had linked this, and then it turns out I hadn't. Hopefully you've got your ear to the ground well-enough that you know all about Greg Smyth and his fucking fantastic music reviews and other musings and so on. Read him now, before the Music Press snap him up and you have to pay for it.
Dumpster Bust - Eric Berlin's fantastic blog concerning the popular culture. Regularly posts stuff from his days as a fanzine scribbler too. Excellent, is what. Also, he's doing Podcasts now, and his accent's much better than mine.
Mat Brewster - Mat's currently galivanting round Europe, and the result is that his blog-type affair is filled with great travel tales and some wonderful photography.
Vermont Space - If anyone knows more about NASA than this fella, being our wonderful Bennett, being among the nicest folks ever to yack about space-travel, then not only have I never met them, but also, they're probably communist Taliban spies workin for The CIA.
Percy’s Depressed - What this is, is Queenie’s house of brilliantly observed ranting, related by The Narrator, and also featuring plenty of talk regarding our Percy, a clinically fucked- off toucan, and not a parrot as I would have had you believe once upon a motherfuck. We like Queenie very much around these parts.
Mark Is Cranky - Mark Saleski is one of my favourite music writers, man, no doubt about it. For sure, half the stuff he waxes about don’t necessarily appeal to my tastes, but he makes it sound INCREDIBLE most of the damn time.
Miss Templeton - Miss Templeton's blog concerns plenty about Horslips and various slabs of Irish music, and also stuff concerning Irish culture and general, and now and again, you might find some shenanigans relating to The Duke.
The Between - A site run by a charming young fellow by the name of Joel Caris. Sometimes he'll go into an impassioned debate, other times he'll wax random about whatever has taken his fancy of late. Highly entertaining.
Soulfish Stew – Wally Bangs from Tennessee waxes cultural and personal.
Ways Of Seeing - Yoel Meranda's beautiful slab of web dealing with the films and the music and the glorious writings.
Aaman Lamba – Another reason why Wisconsin rules. Dig Aaman’s musings, would you ever?
Temple Stark – This esteemed gentleman recently posted a highly amusing chin-wag with none other than Lemmy, singer of Motorhead and star of Tromeo And Juliet. He was in Citizen Toxie for a moment, too.
The Beautiful Lull – Personal banter and great cultural analysis and such from Tom Johnson. Go see.