These are some of the links I've found are particularly useful in no particualr order.
Peter another geeky guy, from Sydney
Tumblr, a place for sharing and discovering, be careful, turn up your noise filter, there's lots of re-blogging and teenage angst in there.
Reframing Photography, a website, that co-exists with a book, fantastic resources for all levels of serious photographers.
Flakphoto.com, an online portal of great photography from around the world, Andy Adams has done a great curatorial job in selecting some of the best photographers out there practising at the moment. He also runs a facebook group.
American Suburb X, a vast resource of photograpy related articles.
Photography Board Forums Sharpen your photography skills, post your pictures and discuss the art of photography.
Extensive Online Photography collection, from Kodak at the George Eastman House.
The Cyber Gallery of the FSA project
Masters of Photography a must read if you are serious about your photography
Kodak's site, for how long, who knows?
Blind Spot contemporary photographic art magazine
Building a darkroom? Talk to this guy
George Eastman House in the USA
Les Walkling, a friend and former teacher, his thoughts on photography, digital imaging
CCP Centre for Contemporary Photography Melbourne Australia
CCP in Arizona I place I want to visit again before I shuffle off this mortal coil.
dirtymouse.net experimental artist's resource
What are web standards and why should we use them?
Dr. Marcus Bunyan's art blog, artblart
Trocadero Art space, an artist's run initiave in the inner western suburn of Footscray.
Build your own XML sitemap, because well you know you want to be "found" by google right?