Yahoo! Search has announced its run-down of the best websites of 2005, winners of its annual Finds of The Year awards.
Winners include a Leicestershire primary school's website, an online cloud appreciation society and a blog that details one man's mission to meet 500 celebrities.
The winning sites were chosen for their originality, creativity, design and relevance across eight different categories:
Best community website
Store all your text messages here to treasure them forever.
Best educational website
Woodland Grange Primary School:
A site created by teachers and pupils which has everything from the latest teaching resources and school news to games, puzzles and showcases of great schoolwork.
Best entertainment website
Liveplasma recommends music and films that you may enjoy based on what you already like.
Best innovative website
Cover the website that annoys you by spilling a cup of virtual coffee all over it, or a meteor shower. Then clean it up and start again.
Best TV website
Eerie website of TV illusionist Derren Brown.
Best travel website
Transport for London:
Get around London quicker by with an online journey planner that also provides updates by email and text message.
Best weird and wonderful website
The Cloud Appreciation Society:
The site features some amazing pictures of clouds from all over the world.
Best celebrity website
Greeting the 500
Greeting the 500 is a blog that follows one mans quest to meet 500 British celebrities in the name of charity.
People's Choice Find of the Year 2005
Anyone can still vote now for their favourite website selected from the eight winners and the other short-listed websites. Voting closes on January 31. The official People's Choice Find of the Year 2005 award will be announced on February 2.