Your friends and family mock, but you don't care: you love karaoke. SingShot makes it easy to find fellow crooners, and share each other's best work call it YouTube for karaoke. Subscribe to the site (it costs $9.95 per month, or $4.95 per month for an annual subscription) and you can upload your home recordings for others to enjoy; members vote for their favorites. You just need reasonably good PC speakers and a microphone connected to the right jack in the back of your computer; the site streams the lyrics in a video window while the song plays. There's a wide selection everything from the Beatles to Michelle Branch and the original recording is your accompaniment (no Muzak here). Fox Interactive's kSolo.com works pretty much the same way, and it's been around longer, so it has more users and a larger library of tunes but while SingShot is compatible with all browsers, kSolo only works in Internet Explorer.