If you’re looking for a really well-written, well-designed, and well-conceived website, check out Jason Snell’s http://sixcolors.com. I’ve been reading Snell since 2006, and I’ve found him rather endlessly fascinating as a thinker and a writer.
He’s the former and long-time editor of Macworld. When he left the magazine, he began Six Colors.
Frankly, his reviews of Apple products and related software remain the best in existence–whether back when we was with Macworld or now with Six Colors. If Snell has written about something, it’s well worth reading. In general, I’ve found his reviews spot on. He’s basically the Good House Keeping Seal of Approval guy for all things Apple.
He also writes (analyzes) well on science fiction, comics, and movies. While these articles and podcasts don’t appear at Six Colors, he does link to them all from the site.