Anything can happen here once you start clicking around...
Tell me what else you think would taste good here!

Sometimes it's just too hard to figure out what to have first and you want it all...but be warned, by being here you are throwing all notions of "portion control" out the window. This list is not limited to seven items, and it will continually grow (as does the content in each of the links!) A veritable never-ending, online FEAST for the insatiable.

Content/subject-area specific sites
Dianne Krause's "Revolving Resources" (over 2000 categorized classroom resource links)
Michael Zimmer's "The Pursuit of Technology Integration Happens" (more than just subject resources as well!)
Incredible warehouse of videos at "Kahn Academy." (more than just school topics)

Professional organizations & Online periodicals
International Society for Technology in Education Register to become an ISTE learner here.
ASCD (formerly Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development)
American Educational Research Association
Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education
Project "RED" educational technology research
Transforming Education Through Technology
Discovery Education (it's more than just videos)
Johns Hopkins University School of Education's "Technology Resources"
Tech & Learning
ELearn Magazine
U.S. Department of Education's “Federal Resources for Educational Excellence”
George Lucas's "Edutopia"

Blogs & Wikispaces (by teachers for teachers...proof of the power of Web 2.0 and great PLN resources!)
Top of the list for a reason is: "webtools4u2use" wikispace
Lenva Shearing’s “CoolToolsforSchools” wikispace (Web 2.0 tools categorized by purpose)
Tom Barrett's ""blog (check out his "interesting ways" tab)
Clif Mims's Education and Technology blog
Dave's Technology blog
Richard Bryne's "Freetech4teachers" blog
Kristin Hokanson’s “TheConnectedClassroom” wikispace
Dr. Donna Baumbach & Dr. Judy Lee’s “webtools4utouse” wikispace
Steve Hargadon's "classroom2.0" blog
Greg Swanson’s “edtechtoolbox” blog
Online School’s “100 Free Tools to Make Your Teaching More Entertaining”
Edudemic’s “The 35 Best Web 2.0 Classroom Tools Chosen By You”
Upper Dublin's CFF subject-specific sites here: English, Math, Social Studies, and Science
Shelly Blake-Plock's Teachpaperless blog (you guessed it...more technology ideas AND less paper)
180 Technology Tips at “15 hours of free training in just 5 minutes a day"