It used to be that you discovered new webpages by clicking on links in webpages you liked. When I first started reviving this website, the idea felt a little antiquated. But then I started putting in the effort to rediscover the small web and it was kind of tough going at first. But once I had a foothold, I found links sections were still a thing and actually incredibly helpful.
So here's me doing my part. More to come!
If you're a friend and have a personal website, please email me the URL!
In October of 2021 I finally set up an RSS reader again for the first time in ages. I'm being slow and deliberate in filling it up so I don't get overwhelmed.
If you are fortunate enough to be in a position to give, please consider giving to these, or find local equivalents in your community.
- Local (Brookfield / Greater Chicago Area)
- Independent Journalism
- Social Justice
I used to listen to more of these, but circumstances have changed.
Quiz Quiz Bang Bang
Trivia podcast hosted by my sister Annie and her husband David
David's other podcast
The Skeptic's Guide to the Universe
Skepticism and Science News. I've been listening to this one since 2011ish
I want to make it very clear that this is not a pro-QAnon podcast. It is a funny and depressing podcast that keeps tabs on QAnon and QAnon-adjacent conspiracy theories. Or, as Wikipedia puts it, "QAnon Anonymous (QAA) is an investigative journalism podcast that analyzes and debunks conspiracy theories." I think it's important to be aware of how scary and pervasive some of this is so we can recognize it.
20 Year Club
The links below are links from any of my old webpages prior to 2001 that are still alive as of 2021. Corporate pages don't count. The percentage of links that survived is well under 10% (I haven't done the exact math). So kudos to these survivors.
- Toys-R-Us Giraffe Threatens to Sue Web Page
- Star Trek: WWW
- VHI's Interactive HHGttG
- Faisal's Quotes
- Secrets of the Weird
- The KLF Mainpage
Below are links that belong to the 20 year club that were linked from Pete's Log
- Gallery of CSS Descramblers (linked from Entry 439)
- Things to Say When You're Losing a Technical Argument (linked from Entry 788)