web resources I've found helpful.
- Access to insight – Access to Insight is an Internet website dedicated to providing accurate, reliable, and useful information concerning the practice and study of Theravada Buddhism, as it has been handed down to us through both the written word of the Pali canon and the living example of the Sangha. If you're looking for the original Pali text for something or the other, this is a good place to start. You can also download the entire site's content in a zip file. This is a truly free dharma resource.
- Cuke.com – David Chadwick's homegrown site concerning the teachings of Shunryu Suzuki and the ongoing vitality of Suzuki's dharma lineage in the US.
- Dharma Field – this is the website for my teacher's center, but that's not why I recommend it. It contains an excellent collection of dharma talks archived as mp3's available for download. If the talks interest you, they have a subscription available which grants access to a huge archive of talks and provides you access to the most recent talks at the Center. My practice simply would not be what it is today without this website.
- Tricycle magazine – Tricycle provides a uniquely independent public forum for exploring contemporary and traditional Buddhist ideas and their integration with Western disciplines, a home for Buddhists of different traditions to come together, and an accessible voice in the dialogue between Buddhism and the broader culture.
- Urban Dharma – a website personally created and maintained by Kusala Bhikshu, an American monk in the Vietnamese Buddhist tradition. This site is truly and whole-heartedly aimed at support for a truly American Buddhism. He also publishes a podcast by the same name which I heartily recommend.