Not that a free-as-in-beer license is really of much interest in this age of mass infringement, but still.
Another guilty pleasure: self-indulgent science fiction novels. This is an amateur one, so it's even more self-indulgent than usual. (I'll just say that the hero ends up with a harem of alien women and leave it at that.) That's why it's a guilty pleasure.
Amazingly good free font site, even offers a printable PDF catalogue for easy browsing!
This has everything I want in a music site. It's just about perfect. Tags, so albums are well-classified and easy to find more of; preview or full play on an in-browser player (including the ability to play all the albums on a page of search results -- instant radio); downloads via BitTorrent in either MP3 or Ogg Vorbis; comments; search by license/restrictions; a huge variety of RSS feeds to keep up with new music... And best of all, more than half of the dozen or so albums I listened to were worth actually having. After five minutes I'm in love.
Great little abstract strategy game; it's easiest to win by attrition, but much more interesting not to -- take advantage of the fact that the AI chases "Slayer" units. If you don't, expect a very boring late-middle and endgame.
Along with a bunch of other H. Beam Piper books, apparently; the copyrights weren't properly renewed.