Think of this list as my bookmark file. Just lots of sites I really enjoyed. I hope you like them too.
- An Abridged History of The United States
- With many classrooms these days having internet-ready computers at every desk, history teachers will
appreciate this site. It would not be inconceiveable for this site to replace a classroom's printed textbook.
- Main Sanitary Nag (Anagram Insanity)
- Okay, this one is just plain funny. I won't even try to explain it, just see for yourself.
- Apple Easter Eggs!
- Claims to be the world's largest collection of Apple easter eggsa compilation of secrets stuffed
inside of your Macintosh or Newton by Apple programmers and engineers. Easter eggs include random jokes, elaborate
credit screens, or hard-to-find games that are meant to give the creator a little fame.
- The award-winning Internet-based education information service of the ERIC (Educational Resources
Information Center) System. The web pages for the long-running PBS educational/science show, Newton's Apple,
is represented here.
- Automatic complaint-letter generator
- Just in case you need to mouth-off to someone, but don't have the energy to do it!
- I can't and won't give my opinions on whether I think biorhythms are accurate and scientific, but I'll
admit that I have seen times in my life where I felt a certain way, then later checked my biorhythm, and it was pretty much
right on track.
- Just what it says. I'm very fond of it, just make sure your recipient has a decent web browser.
- Central Florida Computer Society
- CFCS is a non-profit, educational, scientific, and charitable organization of computer enthusiasts
novice to expertwho meet regularly to exchange information, tips, and techniques.
- Currency Converter
- This web site uses current, posted trade rates to translate pounds to francs, pesos to deutchmarks, or dollars
to donuts! ;-)
- Drop Squad!!!
- These dudes will drop ANYTHING.
- Nathan's Everything Macintosh
- The name says it all.
- Evil Little Brother Excuse Generator
- Why fumble around for an excuse when this web site will make one up for you?
- Oh my...the ultimate museum. The Smithsonian science museums
are probably the closest comparison. I FINALLY got to visit this place during my vacation to San Francisco in the summer
of 1998. If you've never been there, you'll have to settle for this web version, which is awesome in its own right.
- Extreme Mac
- Demos, News, Games, etc.
- Free Stuff!!
- Who says there's no such thing as a free lunch? Well, at least you can get
- The FREE-Way
- Prepare for the ride of your life down another highway with something FREE at every stop!
- Geographic Nameserver
- Just in case you're curious what the GPS coordinates for your home town are.
- GNN - Best of the Web
- Lots of great items, most notably Match.com.
- Graeme's Page Cool Sites
- Good collection, despite the fact that the guy keeps it as a plain bookmark list rather than the former page.
It still has lots of good sites to visit.
- Hidden Mickeys of Disney
- In designing, constructing or adding the final touches to an attraction, Imagineers would subtly "hide"
Mickey Mouse silhouettes in plain sight. Word spread of these images, and co-workers and friends sought to find them all.
That search continues to this day.
- The History Net
- Where history lives on the web. The History Net will inform, educate, and entertain you with some of
the best writing and research on history available.
- The Interconnect CyberSpace Electric Postcard Shop
- Another great cyber-card site.
- Internet Greeting Cards
- Yet another cyber-card site.
- Joke Wallpaper and Other Items for Mac and Windows 95
- The perfect way to make a politically INcorrect statement!
- Kaleidoscope Schemes Directory
- An online catalog (not an archive) of color schemes for the increasingly famous Macintosh visible
- The Macintosh Guide Book
- An attempt at a comprehensive index of every Apple Macintosh as well as the MacOS-Compatibles.
- National Geographic Society
- Not much explanation needed. Just the web version of the extremely popular National Geographic
- Newswatcher Index
- VA-Newswatcher, YA-Newswatcher, Multi-Threaded Newswatcher, alpha, beta, gamma, sigma, delta....
forget it. Who can keep up? Thankfully, this web site can. The Newswatcher Index tracks the various incarnations of my
choice of software for plowing through Usenet.
- No Wonder Computer Support
- No Wonder provides free, 24-hour technical assistance for your computer hardware and software. No
strings attached, no marketing data to provide.
- Auctions of computers, peripherals, and consumer electronics. You'll find wonderful bargains here.
- Personal Seek provides a search engine for personal pages all around the world. You can find personal
pages from other people with your same interests, and from different countries and places. This search engine will let you
know what other real people do, what they put on their pages, and how they do it.
- PictureThis (by Kodak)
- I guess I should make a new category for cyber-postcard links! Considering the company that keeps up
this one (Kodak) you don't have to wonder too much at how good it is. It's one of my favorites when I decide to try and lift
the spirits of a cyber-pal of mine.
- The New Red Green Show
- Hilarious TV program. Sorry, I can't tell you when it airs since various PBS affiliates typically air it at
their own schedule. If you look around for it, believe me, it'll have been worth it!
- Sector 0-0-1
- You'll find that though I'm a Star Trek fan, I've in no way beriddled my web pages with Trek links. In fact,
for a long time, this was the only one because the official Star Trek site was only allowing its MSN members to come in and
play. Thankfully, that's not the case anymore and the official Star Trek web site is
open to everyone.
- Selected Civil War Photographs
- Hundreds of scenes of military personnel, preparations for battle, and battle after-effects. The collection also
includes portraits of both Confederate and Union officers, and a selection of enlisted men.
- I love Shoe. I don't consider myself a journalist, but I do have some journalism training under my belt and
fully appreciate Jeff MacNelly's comic strip.
- The Smithsonian
- Of course nearly everyone at least knows what the Smithsonian is all about, if they haven't been there for
themselves. I could easily spend days in just the Air & Space and the American History branches.
- The WWW Speedtrap Registry
- Outside of clairvoyance, the registry is your best bet for finding the cops' favorite hideouts.
- The ContinuumOfficial Star Trek Web Site
- I admit it. I'm a Trekker. Not a nerdy, cultish, pointy-eared geek...just a plain ol' fan. I'm just very glad
MSN finally decided to open up the former MSN-members-only club to everyone.
- Stephen Linhart
- Linhart maintains links of his own artistic and computer programming projects, including animations,
After Dark screen saver modules, board games, and other Macintosh freeware.
- Starting Point
- Excellent for Newbies!
- TicketMaster Online
- Look up any performer, date, venue, etc. currently serviced by TicketMaster.
- The Trash Cans of Disney
- Custodians make life bearable for the unappreciative masses. What if trash cans were never emptied? What
if public toilets were never cleaned? Next time you see a custodian, smile and tell him or her to have a good day.
- What's on tonight?
- U.S. Historical Documents Archive
- Forget driving down to the library or your local university. Read the words from your favorite parchment
paper right here!
- Urban Legends Reference Page: Disney
- Subliminal messages, clubs, lawsuits, and a basketball court INSIDE the Matterhorn? Could it be true?
- World of Coasters
- Rollercoaster lovers, this is the place for you.
- United States Code
- Maintained by the Cornell University Law School.