Top 10 Pittsburgh Websites of 2004

You can't always tell when a site went up, or when a site was revised, and a "top website" is always a difficult thing to identify. What are the criteria? Let's exclude blogs, but otherwise -- post your favorites (live links are fine), with a bit of explanation. Is it the layout? The content? The coding? The colors? Have fun with the best of the Pittsburgh web for 2004.

UPDATE: I'll nominate one. The University of Pittsburgh Library System has put up an extraordinary archive of digital versions of historic Pittsburgh photographs in the Pitt collection. The site is
Historic Pittsburgh


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