has it that there are other internet sites besides this Wiki
. This page lists the details of this absurd idea.
The difference between a "web site" and a "web page" isn't always clear. Being the main page of a domain name seems like a rule of thumb, but even domains can be part of a larger site. It's probably better to discuss on a case-by-case basis.
Sub-categories include: Blogs
, Image Boards
, Image Boorus
, Journal Roleplay
, Web Comics
, Web Games
, Web Original Fiction
, Web Serial Novels
, Web Videos
& some Fora
Sites that have their own pages here:
Sites without their own pages:
 under discussion and under way:
- The Forge
- Borindom music a blog written by a musician who is involved in the cloud music business. Not only does he analyze mainstream and indie music but pop culture in general.
- Jeffery Carver's Writing Science Fiction and Fantasy online course.
What blogs get included here? Blogs of a troper nature of course, analysis of media etc. but basically anything that you think we would like. Include a brief blurb about the website and which areas of the wiki it is relevant to.
- Nancy Friedman — Marvellously written blog entry, from someone who actually gets us.
- http://www.minaidehazukashii.com/ — Anime Blog that has been referenced multiple times around the wiki. The writer inserts trope talk into a lot of his entries.
- RIUVA — Another anime blog rich with entries about anime and otaku culture analysis.
- The Watchtower Of Destruction — The blog of "The Ferret", a writer and Webcomic author who provides interesting and informative musings, many of which are troper related material (Mostly television, sci-fi and writing). It is also one of the best webcomic review sites since Websnark cut back its operations.
- Musings Of The Chatty DM - A Tabletop Games blog operated by a troper, brings tropes from all over the catalogue and looks at how they affect Role Playing Games. Well worth a read (His "Trope" and "Rule of Cool" tags are useful for seeing topics related to our interests).
- Polite Dissent — written by a doctor, this includes medical reviews of various media of interest to him (episode reviews of House are a regular feature). Good writing and the commenters are of above-average intelligence and literacy for blog commenters, based on their writing.
- The Writer's Pad is a blog by an out of work small-time reporter. It features quite a few rants, some snarky pictures (a la Cracked style captioning) and curse words.
- It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time is a blog written by One of Us. Tropes (including the one that shares its name with the blog) are periodically referenced in the posts, and a permanent link to the site can be found on the links page, along with a warning that TV Tropes Will Ruin Your Life. The posts meander over internet culture, video games, movies, charity promotion, and weird stories from the writer's actual daily life.
- Tricia's Obligatory Art Blog is always a fun read. It's full of well researched paleontology diatribes, Disney movie reviews, and gardening. And she is One of Us, and frequently links here, which is neat.
- The Flame Warrior Roster
- Electric Ferret
- The Gossamer Project — The X-Files Fan Fic archive. Naturally, writing quality varies greatly, ratings range from G to NC-17.
- io9 - Site that deals with Sci-Fi shows and books, new technology, space. They come from the future. Had an article about this very site. Seems a lot of us hang out there too.
- mobygames - "An online, historical and archival database of the entertainment software industry's products" established 1999
- AniDB.net - catalog and review site for Japanese animated television, film, and OVA.
- ferretbrain – A website populated by (mostly) Sophisticated as Hell geeks who talk about … quite a lot of things, really, but predominately popular culture. Notable for frightfully intelligent analyses, laugh-out-loud humor, and a generally negative outlook on such popular icons as 300, Joss Whedon, and J. K. Rowling.
- 27b/6 - humor website in which an Australian makes fun of everything in a hilarious tone.