Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.
OTHER INBOX (http://otherinbox.com)
OtherInbox.com looks at e-mails coming into your inbox, and creates rules to filter the useful from the trash.
This means e-mails do not need to be sorted manually, which makes the whole process of getting to relevant messages quicker and cleaner.
The service currently only works with Gmail accounts, but the site states other popular mail clients such as Outlook and Outlook Express, will be included in the future.
The free service is in beta and currently looks back 30 days - you can upgrade to the premium version for around $20 (£13) a year.
Kidzui limits the web to a little under a million pages that have been pre-screened for suitable use by children.
There are web sites, images, videos, games and a whole lot more - all dressed up in a colourful and child-friendly interface.
The software contains certain reporting tools so parents can see what their children have been up to - more tools are available in a paid-for account version.
GOM is a Windows only player, but it works like a treat on that operating system without the need to find and install codecs for most file formats.
It can often play incomplete or damaged AVI files by using special algorithms that skip the damaged frames.
The software gives you one-click access to the control panel to tweak your playback settings - I especially like the Easy Browser option for searching your PC for files to play.
CELEBRITY TWEET (www.celebritytweet.com)
On celebritytweet.com the lives of the rich and famous are laid out for our viewing delight.
The main page has a feed of all the latest tweets from the stars.
The most active twittering celebs each day can be found in a panel on the homepage.
If you are looking to follow someone in particular you can scroll through the @ list on the far right.