Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.
BE-AT TV (www.be-at.tv)
Be-at TV can bring you all the thrill of a musical event with no aching feet or thrumming ears the next day.
Register & login to access the website's exclusive live recordings of some of the world's best DJs in action.
The events are filmed by Be-at TV on four cameras, which are then streamed with the audio from the website for people all over the world to enjoy.
Users can explore hundreds of hours of material.
This is a social networking platform too with the community encouraged to make connections with like-minded people on the site in much the same way as you would with Facebook.
Tech Crunch is a blog about Web 2.0 products & companies, written in part by its creator, Michael Arrington.
Magazines like Wired and Forbes have named Arrington as one of the most powerful people on the internet, and in 2008, he was selected by TIME Magazine as one of the most influential people in the world.
If it is happening on the web, and it is worth knowing about, there will be a blog post about it here. With news, demos, introductions to young internet start ups - this really is a glossary of what is about to go big on the web.
It is a blog so just browse at will and sign up for the email updates and RSS feeds if you like it.
VIRAL VIDEO CHART (www.viralvideochart.com)
Viral Video Chart offers a comprehensive breakdown of the most popular virals, as well as really interesting information about the kinds of people who are watching, and at what times the viewing peaked.
A chart topping video is calculated using a formula that includes how much people are talking about it and where it is being linked from.
Categories are listed across the top - just click a thumbnail to watch and see all the stats.