For a very long time, Arts & Letters Daily (aldaily.com) was my favorite website. I think I discovered it around 2000, two years after it had launched.
It was founded and edited by Dennis Dutton, a philosopher at Christchurch (NZ) and one of the great thinkers on aesthetics.
Its genius is simplicity: three links a day - an article, a book review, and an essay, unceasingly with a great short caption. And then a short Nota Bene section, with some current news or events, and a long list of links to other sites which, for a while, was the best blog roll out there.
When Dutton passed away in 2010, the quality of the posts declined and it felt like ALDaily was no longer at the forefront of the more interesting debates of our time: Pinker, Hitchens, Chomsky, Singer, et al.
Over the past few weeks I feel the quality has noticeably improved, though nothing has changed (the editor, Evan Goldstein, has been in the post since 2011).
Nevertheless, it is worth a visit especially on a weekend.