Some websites I have found interesting (in no particular order):
Why Retweet works the way it does — I always love write ups about why people have designed things the way they have. Additionally, I think retweeting was complete noise and a nuisance up until these changes.
BrowserCouch — A project working to implement the CouchDB APIs in a browser. I hope they continue to work on this (it doesn’t look like it has seen any action in a couple months). Additionally, I love the documentation. Having the code in one column and the description of that it does in another is pure genius.
Writing great documentation — Speaking of documentation, a piece on exactly what documentation to write. For the most part I agree with him: the single most important things for using a new project are tutorials.
How to Make a US County Thematic Map Using Free Tools — This is why SVG is the greatest. You can open it up, look at it, parse it using code and modify it really easily.
Email Entry in Web Forms — A discussion of solutions to the annoying “Confirm Email Address” fields in web forms. You know why those fields are stupid? Because of a little thing called “Copy and Paste”. Seriously, I have never once actually typed my email address twice.