Daftly renamed as some EE brand. From here you can check UK coverage, get product details, mins balance, place yer orders and find out the latest news.
The useful pages from the BBC which include news, weather and items on radio and television.
The babe selection. Phew, it would be a hard choice between that ex-presenter of Tomorrow's World, Meg Ryan and one of my own ex's.
Should you need a holiday after all that time surfing then I can recommend this site. You are able to enter an airport of departure and a range of dates and request flight only or flight with accommodation for many airlines.
.........make sure if you know the local definition for a taxi service and take loads of duty free.
Expedia is also a good site for making bookings.
As is Travelocity.
Or the odd sounding Opodo.
A boring one except for the financial folk among us. There is also a site at www.iii.co.uk I use to keep real time updated of any movement, by phone mail, within a diminishing share portfolio.
Traffic on a Friday evening at 5pm. Glad I'm not in London (one time!).
This site provides a useful mechanism to allow you to have e-mails sent to your Hotmail address and therefore access them from any computer in any country.
See live and recently taken pictures and photographs. Choose from Britain and abroad. I am very impressed by the Glasgow Airport live views and of the M8 motorway in Glasgow city centre.
This excellent satnav database of speed cameras is widely regarded as the most trusted and best available in terms of both volume and accuracy. It is also fairly inexpensive with over
13,000 cameras including static, mobile, average, traffic light and finally headache inducing cameras.
And last but not least, trailing at the end where all the mechanics of the world belong, is the web garage where you can get feedback on any internet page in terms of speed, accuracy, completeness etc etc. Tune it up and turn it on. Then move the seat back to how you like it.
Last updated (as recently as) December 2012