Ok, so here's my final installment of links. This one was harder because I have a lot of stuff I just never visit, so I had to visit them before I posted them. Which took awhile. And was slightly annoying, as I realized most of the links I have are utter crap. But these ones aren't!
Language & Writing
Dialect Blog - great posts about all the different dialects of English. always worth a look.
Visual Thesaurus - Awesomness in words.
The Open Notebook - Great resource for writing tips
Paperrater - A good final check for essays. Grades, word counts, all that, all in one place. And free!
Etomyonline - Online etymological dictionary
Politics & Society
Factcheck - Both these websites are all about fact checking political statements. This is a very handy resource.
Global Debates - Online debates regarding global issues
Fora - A lot of cool stuff in here. Mostly conservative. Lots of videos.
TED - Like Fora, but more liberal.
Justice - The Harvard class
MIT Open Course - Online classes, to varying degrees of depth.
Academic Earth - like the above, but pulls from all universities.
Miss Elaine Eeus
Forkes Report - My uncles blog.
The Internet Archive - Home of the wayback machine!
Library at Alexandria - Not the one burned down, but a modern equivalent. Which is neat.
There you go, a shit ton of links for your viewing pleasure. I have some more stuff to write for school, and those will be posted soon. Also anything else I feel like writing, but I know for sure I'll write the stuff for school. I paid good money for the classes, so failure is not an option. If I do fail, Gene Kranz will kick my ass. Probably not, but you never know. Cheers!