There are websites that I frequent to get advice, news, inspiration, etc. There is a wealth of knowledge and information on the internet, but it can be difficult to know where to begin.
These are my favorite photography websites. I don't visit them every day, but I try to check in anywhere from a couple times per week to once a month, depending on the site. It's much cheaper to visit internet sites than to subscribe to magazines, and sometimes the information is better, too.
www.arizonahighways.com - Great photography, great information. It is better to subscribe to the magazine, but if you are not going to do that, at least visit the website.
blog.chasejarvis.com/blog - Lots of good information and inspiration from a talented photographer.
www.pictorymag.com - Not just great photographs, but the stories behind them, as well.
www.photographyblogger.net - Constantly features interesting photographers that I would not have heard of otherwise.
www.kenrockwell.com - Opinionated and passionate, love him or hate him. Rockwell makes some excellent points worth understanding, just take what he says with a grain of salt.
www.luminous-landscape.com - Plenty of good information, but I don't always agree with what is said.
www.photographyblog.com - A good website for camera news.
strobist.blogspot.com - The best lighting information available, period.
www.photofocus.com - Good photography information, but I don't always agree with what is said.
www.thomashawk.com - Great photographs and great information from a talented photographer.
There are others that I run into from time-to-time, as well. But the ones above are frequented the most. Honestly, if you find a number of websites and blogs to frequent, there is little reason to buy magazines.