I moved it to the brand-new Roller-Skate.org! The Roller-Skate.org organization is intended to give you a one-stop place for any indoor roller/inline skating information.
I've been roller skating since I was 6 or 7 years old. Right now, my speed skates are made of Riedell 122 boots with Hard Candy plates, Bones bearings, and Labeda Snapper Record wheels. I've had these about 6 years now and use them at least once or twice a week.
I also use my brother's Douglas Snyder skates, with Fafnir 8 bearings and Bones wheels.
I've only started inline skating within the last few years, and I must say that I like the speed of my Riedell Series 100 inlines with Airlite rails and Airmax wheels by Square Wheels. This is a 5-wheel-per-skate setup and just works great, even with cheap bearings. I wish I could get into racing on them.
I've only been ice skating a few times so far, but I definitely want to get into this sport a lot more. I don't have a pair of ice skates, but that will change within a few years, I'm sure.
Ice Rink Websites, the most complete list of ice skating rinks with web sites!
U.S. Figure Skating Association.
1st Skate-Mart sells figure skating supplies.
www.icesk8.com contains clipart, links, and more!
Viking Ice synthetic ice rinks, ice skating without the ice. Home and business systems are available.
rec.sport.skating.ice newsgroup, general coverage.
rec.sport.skating.ice.figure newsgroup, take a guess.
rec.sport.skating.ice.recreational newsgroup. This looks like it is geared toward the beginner/recreational skaters. A quick look at the group shows subjects asking questions about skating and ice skating information in general. Looks like a decent resource for someone new to the sport.