Hands-down winner of the best-informed sfnal Web Site in the universe goes to Al von Ruff's Internet Speculative Fiction Database. A completist's dream, this site indexes most of the short fiction, novels, poetry and artwork published in the genre, period. Easily navigated and always in flux, this site has the power to steal many, many hours of your life.
Disney's always been good for yucks when it comes to predicting the future, and nowhere moreso than in the Tomorrowland of the Magic Kingdoms in LA and Orlando. They're rebuilding Tomorrowland -- again, and here's the hype they've released.
Bantam Doubleday's entry into the online world has been around for a year, but you'd hardly know it -- not a whole lot of content here and what there is, is pretty moribund and badly presented. Not much, especially when compared to Tor Books' and Ballantine Del Ray's sites, previously reviewed here.
The twisted mind of Bill Griffith has been reponsible for the ultra-surreal "Zippy the Pinhead" comic strip for many years now, and yet, his microcephalic creation remains relatively obscure. Perhaps this Web site, hosted by the San Francisco Chronicle, can remedy the situation.