Paper Islands is a web site made entirely out of paper. Well maybe there's a little bit of flash animation as well...
Pixelville Pensioners, a Spectrum influenced point'n'click game. Make an effort and put something back in for those games that gave you pleasure in the past so that they may see out their retirement years in comfort.
festive holiday card is a very pleasing flash thingumy to play with. Move your mouse around and see what happens, pull the lever to really mix it up.
badger, is it a banana, is it the footy, no it's santa (a bit late because I wasn't on-line much just before Christmas - oops). Dancing badgers (however they are dressed) are the pinnacle of internet content.
Do those cool Chinese characters on your new tattoo tell the world what a mean son of a gun you are, or that you secretly like to wear woman's underclothing? Hanzi Smatter is dedicated to the misuse of Chinese characters (Hanzi or Kanji) in Western culture and will soon tell you what foolish message you are actually carrying around on your bod.
Gorillaz to find all the music and games. Features the artwork of one of my all time favourite graphic artists, Jamie Hewlett, the original artist that made tank girl the visual feast that it was.
Billy Harvey wrapped up in some awsome flash animated navigation. I must admit I hadn't heard of him but I love this site.
I was moaning about how the BBC had made their hyper-useful weather pages so fugly that they were almost unbearable to visit. Well sometime back in September I re-bookmarked the site to remind myself that they'd undergone another redesign and were now beautiful once again and had gone back to the pure and simple task of telling us how rainy, windy and cold it would be in this country. Did they listen to my sound advice? The 9 month gap suggests not, but it's nice to see this 'must visit' web destination is easy on the eye once again. Now if only they could make it a little warmer...
Google Suggest gives you a list of suggestions of what you might be searching for as you type and, critically, gives you a ranking by number of results so you can see what are the most 'popular' searches. A very nice idea but I find it a little bit clunky, it has to download extra info from the server as you go, so I don't know if it will ever go live as part of the main search function, but it's certainly a great option to have available.