Anyone interested in a high-level breakdown of exactly where the stimulus money is being spent, check it out here. Here are a few highlights (or low lights, I s'pose, depending on your position on all of this):
Aid to People Affected by Economic Downturn is $36 billion... Aid to State and Local Governments, most of which is targeted at people affected by the economic downturn, gets $58 billion.
Transportation and Infrastructure, one of the areas I think can do the most good in the long-term, gets $98 billion. Health Care comes in at $18 billion, Education is allotted $48 billion and Energy $41 billion.
Science & Technology receives $13 billion (nice, would've liked to see more here, but some of the Energy apportionment could rightly be lumped here, too).
And Business gets $870 million (a very small portion of the stimulus... about 1% actually).