Cartoons for Buddhists, and each has commentary from people different faiths.
Informational website which includes a non-sectarian Buddhist journal (Kalavinka Dharma Notes) and translations of stories and teachings. Translations include sections from Lotus Sutra, Nagarjuna, Master Chih-I, Master Han-shan De-ching, and Master Hsuan Hua. Also included is a bookstore (associated with Amazon) with titles usefully sorted into different categories. There is also a selection of photographs from a pilgrimage to the holy places of India.
An interactive Dharma Journal. It has been a meeting place for Dharma practitioners who may work independent of the organizations and schools of institutional Buddhism. It is no longer being updated but the archive of work is made available.
Offers an online Buddhist magazine, a comprehensive worldwide directory of Buddhist centers, a library of ebooks, and an extensive database of articles on Buddhism, including insight meditation, metta meditation, history, culture, and academic studies.
Guide to Buddhism with online audio.
Free Buddhist e-texts, books, lectures, and teachings. Links to individual schools of Buddhism.
Possibly the largest online collection of Buddhist Texts in the world, based on the archives of the former TigerTeam Buddhist Electronic Network.
Wide ranging topics from a biography of Buddha to Tibetan Buddhist refugees in India.
A selection of Buddhist writings from Thich Nhat Hanh, Ajahn Sumedho, Joseph Goldstein, and Dogen. Also Four Noble Truths and Noble Eightfold Path.
A non-sectarian program geared to American Buddhists to be used as part of one's daily Buddhist practice.