Various Links

All the various links I managed to accumulate for a while stumble into this area. Just click on the triangle that represents your interests.

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* Comic Strips

* Sluggy Freelance , the cartoon strip.
* The Parking Lot Is Full , another cartoon strip.
* LeisureTown , yet another cartoon, very adult.
* Stick Death for pleasantly violent stick-figure animations.
* Stick Figure Death Theatre for even more pleasantly violent stick-figure animations (and it'll lead to others.. it's part of a web-ring of stick-figure death animations).
* RedMeat the comic strip.
* Doodie.com (if you don't mind a little disgusting humour)
* Goats for a darkly amusing comic strip.
* User Friendly the geeks' comic strip.
* After Y2K , the post-apocalyptic geek's cartoon strip.
* Kevin and Kell comic strip, featuring a wolf and rabbit in love.
* Avalon High about high-school, but with well-crafted plots.
* Absurd Notions appears Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

* Personal Websites

* My Personal web page
* Music I've written, if you like classical stuff.
* JWZ rants proves I'm not the only one who has a rants web page.
* glassdog: World Domination Headquarters from a great site designer.
* Mr. VO is my father's web site (He works as Voice Over talent, hence the name).
* The Witch of Endor will tell you your fortune. She's dead accurate, if pointless. She's also something a friend of mine and I did years ago. We should really update it.

* Other Amusing Stuff

* Spinnwebe , for all your dysfunctional needs.
* St. Alphonzo's Pancake Homepage for all your Zappa needs.
* Online Dictionary of Computing for geekish definitions.
* Blair , a young Gay magazine.
* The Onion, for news that's too silly to print.
* The Brunching Shuttlecocks for another humour-oriented site.
* Unix-Haters, although geekish in nature, could be amusing.
* Uncensored Citadel BBS Citadel BBS full of intelligent conversation.

* Hackish sites

* Intercal the computer programming language from hell
* 2600, the Hacker Quarterly Online (to learn how to protect your data)
* @stake (formerly l0pht industries) for some detailed information on a variety of hacks.
* cDc Communications for an interesting program available for Windows 95/98, and now Windows NT.
* MacWindows for folks who try to connect apples to lemons.
* The Jargon File to learn all the terms hackish folk use.
* Mozilla.Org for a glimpse of what Netscape will be.

* Linux related sites

* Linux Today for interesting geeky news.
* Freshmeat for the latest Linux programs.
* Linux.Org for the official word on Linux.
* Slashdot news for nerds.
* The Halloween Documents for Microsoft's reaction to Linux.
* f s T - m o d @ for a peer-reviewed journal on the Internet.

* Web-making sites

* WML links have even more spiffy links here than I do.
* W3C , the folks who maintain most of the web standards
* Dynamic HTML lab to learn more about taking full advantage of Javascript.
* The SGML/XML Web Page to learn more about XML, XSL, SGML, XLL, DSSSL, and so forth.
* WSP , the folks who want to enforce them (mostly on the browser's side)
* The JavaScript Source , if you want to drop any one of a variety of bits of Javascript into your web page.
* Embedded Fonts , a way you may dynamically add fonts to web pages without the user having them on their machine.
* Internet Encyclopedia has all the deeper, darker, more disturbing information about the open protocols underlying the Internet.
And, from what I've seen from Mozilla.Org , Netscape is taking standards more seriously than Microsoft.

* DC-Area Sites of Interest

* Metro-DC so you can figure out how to get there from here.
* MARC Train for more transportation needs (Maryland area).
* City of Takoma Park for liberalism without bounds.
* Montgomery County Department of Police
* Longwood Gardens for your gardening desires. Not really this area, but somewhat close...

* Anti-Microsoft

* The Halloween Documents for more insightful information on this topic.