Every year, the folks over at PC Mag put together their list of the Top 100 Web Sites of the year, and while it’s not one of those reader-submitted types of roundups (which generally result in the same list of sites year over year), it’s always interesting and a good solid mix of both classic sites that everyone is (or should be) using for their day to day activities on the Web and undiscovered sites that will likely make a huge difference for the folks who are seeing them for the first time.
Among some of the interesting sites on this years list are a few that I find particularly interesting like Critical Past and LocalDirt, the former a site that has thousands of hours of stock historical footage and the latter a site that’s designed to help you find farmer’s markets, co-ops, and CSAs in your area. Some of the classics? The venerable Lifehacker, GDGT, and Epicurious. Best of all, you can download all of the top 100 sites as a file to add to your browser’s bookmarks easily at the end of the article.