This site is one of the coolest (and coolest-looking!) I've ever come across.  Great writing, great links pages, and it's updated every day ot two.  Hissyfit was recently chosen as Yahoo's Daily Pick, so get there before the crowds!  

If you're still watching 90210 every Wednesday night, you must go directly to Mediarama.
Love the show or hate it, Danny Drennan's hilarious Wrap-Ups of each episode will help you while away those boring workdays.  There's lots more, including the some of the best message boards out there! 

Negative Capability
I hastily bought the print version of this zine as something to read on a 4-hour flight.  Needless to say, I read the entire thing from cover to cover, exclaiming after each article, "this is the best zine I've ever read!"  This site has all the cynicism of Negative Capability #1, with a little taste of forthcoming bile of issue #2.

Cool site, though a little difficult to navigate.  When I first started learning HTML, I came across their article "The Code" which, among loads of other useful information, listed lots and lots of resources for those of us who just didn't know where to begin.

I've been boxing for about a year and a half, and I really enjoy it.  Maybe someday soon, people will start seeing womens boxing as the sport that it is.  A woman's place IS in the ring, dammit!

Planet SOMA
Really well designed website about life in the SOuth of MArket Street (SOMA) area in San Francisco.  One of the things that drew me here was the set of articles regarding the "Yuppification" of this area, which used to abound with live-work spaces for artists.  Lots of other stuff, including some useful San Francisco links.

Tomato Nation
In the archives I found some of the funniest stuff I've ever read about the likes of Jane Magazine and Victoria's Secret.