If you want a good calorie/exercise website, in the past I have recommended Fitday.
I now revise this, and recommend Sparkpeople.
A completely free site, it can be whatever you want it to be.
Do you want a site that gives you diet plans? It can do that.
Do you want a site that lets you pick your own food, thank you very much? It can do that.
Do you want a site that gives you communities of people you can work together with for support and help? It can do that.
Do you want a site where you and your friends can all go together and make your own little group to monitor each other's progress? It can do that.
It's a good site. Check it out.
And if you do, say DocMagik sent you. I don't get a dime, but I get "Points."
Points are another way SparkPeople helps you track progress--you can get points for entering what you've eaten, points for reading articles, points for exercising--it's a way for you to feel like you're progressing even if you're not losing weight.
I first signed up for it months ago, but didn't realize until about the end of last month how cool and helpful it is.
And the good part is, between the food log and the exercise log, if you're not losing weight, you'll know exactly why.