People have a passion for Rubik’s all over the world with the iconic Rubik’s cube being used in everything from speed tournaments to art. Below are links to websites that celebrate the wonder that is the Rubik’s cube along with a link to a solution on how to solve the cube.
http://www.worldcubeassociation.org – The World Cube Association organizes and governs competitions all over the world for all Rubik’s puzzles. The site contains information on competitions, results and world records as well as having a forum where you can discuss everything Rubik’s with like minded people.
http://www.speedcubing.com – gives you all the information you need on the phenomenon that is speed cubing, with information on upcoming tournaments and tips on how to be a speed cuber yourself as well as links to solutions.
http://www.strangepuzzle.com – has a huge online database of over 1,000 Rubik’s cube related videos and downloadable tools such as a Rubik’s cube timer.
http://www.geocities.com/jaapsch/puzzles – Jaap’s Puzzle Page offers in depth information on all Rubik’s products.
http://www.recordholders.org/en/list/rubik.html – information on all the Rubik’s cube solving record holders.
http://www.playagaingames.com – Rubik’s cube art.
http://home.hetnet.nl/~rubik/kubus.htm - this Dutch website explains how to solve the cube. You just enter the state your cube is at and then you take it from there.
http://www.puzzel.opzijnbest.nl - has all Rubik's puzzles and links to solutions.
http://www.zauberwuerfel.de - this German website has everything you need to know about Rubik's.
http://www.rubikscube.info - Corners-first Rubik's cube solution methods for beginners to experts, including Waterman and Ortega method..