Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.
Justin.tv began life when a man called Justin Tan decided to fix a webcam to his cap and stream every minute of his day to day life live online.
Thanks to his show's success, the site has evolved into one of the biggest online communities for broadcasting, watching and interacting around live streaming video.
Shows are organised into channels which have a chat box beside the video window so that viewers can interact
Some of the content can be pretty random; for instance one man is
streaming an LED sign
showing Twitter comments from his viewers.
This site has an interesting game which puts the user in control of a virtual piano called pianolina.
The user can compose their own masterpiece by simply dragging and placing notes or chords in the play area.
This works in both flash and html but it can be a little tricky to use depending on the browser.
GOOGLE SIGHTSEEING (http://googlesightseeing.com)
This sightseeing site is a blog where visitors are invited to submit any unusual or interesting sightings they have found on Google Earth and Streetview.
For example, there is a shot of
taking a trip to the British Museum.
MY BRUTE (www.mybrute.com)
Mybrute.com has become synonymous with online cool, and it is strangely compelling.
You can create your own brute character under a master called Tylabellz, and the aim is to get points through fighting.
Experience also gets you more skills and equipment - there are three arena fights per day.
This is a bit of random fun to while away a few minutes at lunchtime.