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Last Updated: Friday, 14 March 2008, 11:46 GMT
Webscape
Kate Russell
By Kate Russell
Click Webscape-r

Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.

WonderHowTo

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Are you the curious type? Well the web is alive with how-to guides and step-by-steps, but there is nothing quite like seeing a process demonstrated live - which is why our first site today, which is rich with great video content, caught my eye.

At WonderHowTo you will find a multitude of how-to guides in video form, covering everything from making a 3D dragon that follows you with its eyes to squeezing a spot in the proper way - how pleasant.

There is a clip of the day at the top of the homepage and then under that, three columns of fresh, hidden gems and hot video picks for you to peruse.

When you are through looking at the recommended picks, you can dig deeper using the category menu.

There is so much here to see, pulled from literally every corner of the web, it is a delight. And likely to suck up half your day, so be warned.

And of course like any site of this type, there is some adult content to be found, so best not to let minors browse here alone.


Chromasia.com, photographs by David Nightingale

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From the bizarre to the beautiful now, and a personal blog by a photographer from Blackpool in the UK. Chromasia features the work of David Nightingale, so sit back and enjoy.

Unusually for a blog there are no words on these pages, just beautiful imagery captured on film and presented in a slide show format for the world to enjoy.

To take control yourself click the about tab at the top. Here you will find information on the artist, together with links to his collections of photos.

David lives by the sea, so there are a lot of beautiful coastal shots with rich colours and wild landscapes.

I love the beach combing section where all sorts of things that have washed up on the beach become objects of art - whoever thought a broken ball could be such a stunning sight?


TEAMtalk.com

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Time to talk footie and a suggestion from viewer Eric Majdalani from Montreal in Canada. Eric is crazy about UK football - or soccer as it is called in some countries - and he says that TeamTalk.com is an absolute must.

Not being a big footie fan myself, I will have to take your word for it that the information is solid - but from a purely aesthetic point of view I really like this suggestion.

Laid out in a magazine style, it is simple to surf with all the important information, such as Premier league standings and news headlines clearly shown on the opening page.

There is also a link to Live score updates from Sportinglife.com if you want to be right up to date.

Interested in other leagues? Use the menu bar across the top to switch between areas where you will find results, analysis and more in-depth information about the teams and their players.

As well as a wealth of nicely written articles and features, there is plenty of fun stuff too. Check out the interactive tab for quizzes and competitions - there is even a fantasy football league green button under the Home link at the top - well what self-respecting footy website would be complete without one?


Clusty

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And finally, the search is over. Well actually it has just begun. A more intelligent way to find the pages you want can be found at Clusty.

Clusty is different from other well-known search engines because it sorts your keyword results into themed files of clusters.

For example, a search for the word "pearl" can be split into sections listing jewellery, Pearl Harbour, oysters and even the music group Pearl Jam.

Using the site is so simple. Just type the keyword in and the clusters are listed in a panel to the left.

Use the tabs in this panel to direct your search to results from a particular source, or even to sites with a given extension, useful when looking for information on a government or country specific site.




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