This page will eventually grow to include most of the links that I find amusing or useful (or both). There's a another page (spawned from my book log) which lists the various web logs I read.
- Arts and Letters Daily: A great site for borderline justifiable time-wasting. They sift through the gigabytes of chaff posted daily to the Web, so you don't have to.
- Web Design Group: A great site providing readable HTML help, and refreshingly sensible Web design advice.
- Calvin and Hobbes: Still the best comic strip ever. And one of the best comic strip sites around.
- Sluggy Freelance: Another comic strip, another excellent comic strip site.
- The Onion: America's finest source for fake news. Dead-on music and movie reviews in the AV club portion of the site, too.
- The Eye of Argon: A legendarily bad sword-and-sorcery story, here given the MST3K treatment.
- SciTech Daily Like Arts and Letters Daily, but for science articles.
- Physics 2000 at the University of Colorado. Unintentionally hilarious science lectures in cheesy fake Q&A form, livened up with Java applets demonstrating physics experiments. The evaporative cooling videogame is a great touch.
- Sodaconstructor: Surprisingly engrossing Java applet that lets you build odd structures out of the ever-popular (in physics circles) masses on springs.
- Astronomy Picture of the Day: Cool pictures of space stuff, from the folks at NASA.
- Web Elements: The Periodic Table on the Web.
- The Comic Book Periodic Table: A much sillier version of the Periodic Table on the Web.
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Last modified: 7 December, 2001