Kate Russell gives us her latest selection of the best sites on the World Wide Web.
DINO RPG (http://en.dinorpg.com)
This online game challenges you to win enough gold to buy your own wild creature called Dino.
The creature then makes its way around the game world to complete missions, win fights, and gain experience points.
The gold you win can be used to buy additional Dinoz, or to buy some equipment and upgrades, including additional moves and health points.
Your beast's stats are shown in the top left hand corner of the play window.
Physorg.com has the latest breaking news from the world of physics, space, technology, nanotechnology, chemistry and biology.
The opening page highlights recent news stories, while specific key topics are listed across the top.
There are stories here to cater to every taste, from news about the refurbishment of
the Hubble Telescope
to information about the latest developments in the world of
If you would rather watch video content, it can be found just under the search box.
You can browse through a gallery of stop motion animations made on this site, or make your own.
No registration is needed - but you will need to give the site permission to access your webcamera and microphone.
You only get 20 frames, so the animations are fast and furious - and they will be saved on the site for 30 days.
This search engine helps you find your way to all the content people are talking about daily.
Oneriot.com keeps the finger on the pulse of popular culture by trawling the links people post on Twitter, Digg and other social sharing sites.
You can search in the usual way, or if you just want to browse the current trends, take a look at the links underneath the search box.
The site also has some interesting applications under the Apps link, including search toolbars for your MySpace and Facebook account.