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 StripsSluggy 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 WebsitesMy 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 StuffSpinnwebe , 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 sitesIntercal 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 sitesLinux 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 ñ d @ ¥ for a peer-reviewed journal on the Internet.
Web-making sitesWML links have even more spiffy links here than I do.
W3C , the folks who maintain most of the web standards
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)
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 InterestMetro-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-MicrosoftThe Halloween Documents for more insightful information on this topic.