American Newspeak by Wayne Grytting is A satirical e-zine celebrating cutting edge advances in Orwell's Doublespeak. In other words, he tells us what he's read in the newspapers.
Brunching Shuttlecocks. The name says it all. It means small rounded pieces of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers or plastic, used in badmitton, eating a meal between breakfast and lunch. Okay, maybe defining the name doesnt help. But it usually has very funny stuff, and sometimes social commentary thrown in. For example, while describing a "massive multiplayer online roll-playing game," contributor Sj÷berg explained: the world as a whole never changes because of anything you do. So in that way it's less like being a fantasy adventurer and more like being a social worker. Thanks to Jeff Burke for advertising this site.
This one isnt exactly humor, but it is great, and it is life (as a writer): Rejection Slips.
Online cartoon section of the New York Times has some good comics, but they arent all daily.
Ted Rall is a cartoonist with occasional brilliant social commentary.
Hilarious stuff that just sits there and isnt updated
File not found!, a real Error 404 page (provided by a perhaps manic-depressive web server).
Ruminations on College Life by Aaron Karo.