Here are a few of my favorite links:
|What the buddha said (in plain English)||A site with lots of reference material devoted to Early Buddhism compiled by Ven Bhikkhu Samahita (also many excellent Dhamma on air videos).|
|Dhamma Talks||This site offers an extensive collection of English translations of suttas from the Pāli Canon, as well as a multitude of free downloads of Dhamma from the Kammatthana (or Thai Forest) Tradition of Buddhism. Thanissaro Bhikkhu is the main author.|
|BSWA teachings||The Buddhist Society of Western Australia’s collection of Dhamma teachings.|
|Audio Talks – Mainly Theravadan|| Amaravati talks : Amaravati is a Theravada Buddhist monastery in south-east England inspired by the Thai Forest Tradition and the teachings of the late Ajahn Chah.
Buddhist Society of Western Australia : Dharma talks from the tradition of Buddhist meditation master Ajahn Brahm and Australian Forest Sangha of monks and nuns presented by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia
Zen Mountain Monastery : Audio talks from the Zen viewpoint
Bhikkhu Samahita (sound cloud) : Early Buddhist teachings (audio extracts from your tube videos) from Bhikkhu Samahita
Early Buddhist texts, translations, and parallels.
|http://www.accesstoinsight.org/||Access to Insight (ATI) : Readings in Theravada Buddhism|
Piya Tan’s Sutta Discovery Series – some modern translation and commentary on the Suttas
|worldbuddhist radio||The World Buddhist Radio broadcasts includes Teachings, Sutta readings, Chanting and Buddhist music.|