Chroniques de Cyberie Cahier Multimedia de Libe Mensuel Cybersphere
ANS, Advanced Network & Services
Apple Computer Home Page
Boston Computer Society
Cisco Home Page
Dell Home Page
Digital Equipment Corp. Home Page
DTP Internet Jumplist
ExpressNet, PC Express
FractalNet Home Page
Hewlett Packard Home Page
IBM Home Page
Listserv Home Page
Micro Media WWW Server
Microsoft Home Page
Online Computer Manuals
PC Demos Explained
Silicon Graphics Home Page
Sun Microsystems Home Page
Virtual Computer Library
Xerox PARC Pub Web
AUSCERT "AUSCERT provides a single
trusted point of contact in Australia for the AARNet community to deal with
computer security incidents and their prevention. The aim is to reduce the probability
of successful attack, reduce the direct costs of security to organisations and
lower the risk of consequential damage" (www).
AUSCERT Advisories. Various system vulnerabilities listings (www).
CERT "In response to computer security threats, the Advanced Research Projects Agency (ARPA) has established a Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) to support users of the Internet. The Internet CERT coordination center is located at Carnegie Mellon University's Software Engineering Institute and has been active since November 18, 1988. CERT is chartered to work with the Internet community in detecting and resolving computer security incidents as well as taking steps to prevent future incidents. " (www).
CERT/ german-research net "The Computer Emergency Response Team for the German Research Network" (www).
CIAC - Department of Energy, USA (www).
NASIRC "NASA Automated Systems Incident Response Capabality. A member of The Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams" (www).
FIRST Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (www). "This coalition, the Forum of Incident Response and Security Teams (FIRST), brings together a variety of computer security incident response teams from government, commercial, and academic organizations. FIRST aims to foster cooperation and coordination in incident prevention, to prompt rapid reaction to incidents, and to promote information sharing among members and the community at large. Currently FIRST has more than 30 members" (www).
PCERT - Purdue Computer Emergency Response Team. "PCERT is a team of faculty and staff at Purdue University who work together to improve computer security, advise on policies regarding computer use and misuse, and who coordinate responses to computer security incidents on campus. The PCERT is a member of the FIRST, the Forum of Incident Response Teams. The PCERT was the first university response team admitted to membership in the FIRST" (www).
NIST Computer Security Resource Clearinghouse (www).
Teams Contact Information and Information Servers (www).
The Galaxy's Web Information Page
Aliweb, Archie-Like Indexing
GNA Meta Library
Harvest Information Discovery and Access System
The Jump Station
Lycos WWW Search Tool
Meta Index/Search Tools
RBSE's URL Database
CUI Search Engines
W3 Search Engines
WAIS Search Form
The World Wide Web Worm
WWPing Form Page
Best Navigational Aid
Best of the Web '94 Award recipients
Big Dummy's Guide to the Internet
Economic FAQs About the Internet
EINet's Guide to Cyberspace
Electronic Frontier Foundation
EverClears Useful BBS-List
Four 11 Directory Services
Global Network Academy
Global Network Navigator, Internet Help Desk
Internet Resources List, EIT
Internet Society Home Page
Internet Web Text
InterNIC Home Page
InterNIC Info Guide
Kevin Savetz's Page 'O Stuff
LISTSERV Top 40 Lists
Mother of all BBSs
MUD Resource Collection
NYT article on Mosaic and the Internet
A Ton of Web Sites
W3 Servers, Geographical List
Zen and the Art of the Internet
Clearinghouse for I-net Subject Indexes
Commercial Sites Directory
Computing Review Classification System
EIT Web Resource
Global Network Navigator
Global On-line News & Directory
Global Reference List
Happy Mutant's Guide
Interesting WWW Links
Inter-Links Internet Access
Internet at Large Subject-Oriented Listings
Internet Resources Meta Index
INTERNIC Directory of Directories
LISTSERVS by Category
Planet Earth Home Page
What's Hot and Cool
What's New in Commercial Sites
Web Com Power Index
Web of Wonder
Whole Internet Catalog
WWW Virtual Library
Association for Computing Machinery
CERN Web Server
Electronic Frontier Foundation
The English Server
Federal Information Exchange
IEEE Home Page
Internet Town Hall
Michigan State University
Nonprofit Organizations on the Net
Ohio State University
Research Triangle Institute
University of California Berkeley, Computer Science Division
World Health Organization Home Page
Yale University WWW Front Door
Books That Work
Books That Work is a publisher of interactive books on CD-ROM specializing in gardening and home improvement. If you're interested in landscaping, building a new deck for your home, or even purchasing one, be sure to check out the Books That Work Web Server. Demonstration versions of their CD-ROM's and ordering information is available online. Opening graphics: 10kb.
The Jargon File
This is the hypertext version of the Jargon File, a collection of slang terms used by various subcultures of computer hackers. The material here contains the language hackers use among themselves for fun, social communication, and technical debate. The database is massive, and contains an "A-Z" lexicon format that allows you to access data alphabetically. Very few graphics, but a "MUST" page for enthusiasts of "techspeak." Opening graphics: 0kb.
LAIG CD-ROM NETWORK
Run by the Los Angeles Information Group, The CD-ROM Network is a Web resource for CD-ROM enthusiasts. From here you can select from a wide variety of links to CD-ROM publishers and vendors. If you're looking for a commercial CD-ROM product this is a good place to start. Opening graphics: 17kb.
Mathsoft is well known in the scientific community for its MathCad program. Now they have released Mathbrowser, a World Wide Web client that allows you to run MathCad's .MCD files. If you are a MathCad user or just curious be sure to check it out. Opening graphics: 70kb.
Where all great things begin! Netscape is to the WWW what an AC outlet is to your computer. Here at Netscape's server you can get the latest releases of the finest browser in cyberspace. You can also start vast journeys to cool links, find news and reference information, and use various search engines to find just about anything you are looking for. Very friendly, sharply organized and always pleasant to browse. Also an excellent place if you want to know more about the WWW and are just starting out. Follow this link now!
NIST Computer Security Resource Clearinghouse
You can learn about computer viruses, worms, data diddlers, and other threats to your computer systems at the NIST Computer Security Clearinghouse. This Web site features extensive searchable databases plus links to other computer security resources. Opening graphics: 4kb.
This is PC Magazine's electronic version of their popular periodical. Many of the articles you will find in the hardcopy version can be found here, including some stories that you won't find on the shelves. Also available are a large number of files that can be downloaded, including latest versions of Ziff-Davis publishing's benchmark tests, software to test your pentium, and previews of other software titles. Opening graphics: 8kb.
Sequoia 2000 Home Page
The Sequoia 2000 research project joins earth and computer scientists together to produce advances in earth science and computer technology. From the Sequoia 2000 Home Page you can visit the Web servers of Sequoia 2000 participants, view scientific images of the earth, or read reports on the field of earth sciences. Opening graphics: 13kb.
Run by telecommunications company WilTel, The Telecommuncations Library provides the public with a resource for telecom information. At this World Wide Web server you can find hypertext versions of telecom-related USENET newsgroups, WilTel-created newsletters, and a glossary of telecom-related terms among other things. If you have a technical question about telecommuncations chances are the answer is here. Opening graphics: 5kb.
Used Software Exchange
Most surfers are skeptical about buying merchandise over the internet, understandably so, but now there is a free service that looks very promising. Through the Used Software Exchange you can browse a large database of used software, posted by users like you, which you can purchase directly from the poster. You can also market your own software in any number of categories and formats. Opening graphics: 2kb.
The Websurfer's Handbook is a guidepost on the World Wide Web for budding Web server administrators. Once you've mastered the art of hypertext markup language, come here to learn how to make your World Wide Web server stand out from the crowd. Opening graphics: 0kb.
Claman's Movie Information
BBC TV Schedules
Film and Television
The Interactive TV Index
Nielsen TV Ratings
TV Net Lobby
The Ultimate TV List
Internet Talk Radio
National Public Radio (U.S.)
Musique Ambient : Hypereal.com
Adam Curry's Metaverse
The Death of Rock 'n' Roll
Internet Underground Music Archive
The Grateful Dead
The Music Database
Music Resources on the Web
The Rolling Stones Voodoo Lounge
The Ultimate Band List
Virtual Music Library
Web Wide World of Music
Comic Book and Comic-Strip Page
Dilbert Comic Strip
Internet Published Comics
Where the Buffalo Roam
Chiba Graffiti Wall
Mother of all Humor Archives
Zstuff on the Web
Broadway (NY) Current Shows
Broadway World Wide Theatre
Classical Music Reviews
Gilbert & Sullivan Archive
Kronos String Quartet
NTSC Animation Guidelines
Art on the Net
The Dead Sea Scrolls
dEPARTURE fROM nORMAL Art Magazine
EXPO Ticket Office (Museum Tours)
French Cave Paintings
Krannert Art Museum
M. C. Escher Patterns
Museé National des Techniques
Museum for Global Access
OTIS Home Page
A Roman Palace in ex-Yugoslavia
Age of Enlightenment
At the Age of Enlightenment over 100 scanned images of French 18th Century art is available for perusal in this World Wide Web server-cum-museum. If you are interested in the Belle Epoch, this World Wide Web site is a must-see; if you're not, it's still worth visiting to view these masterpieces. Opening graphics: 20kb.
The ANIMA page focuses on the use of networking and the Internet as a tool for the creative arts. ANIMA is a multimedia arts information service that tries to unify the arts on the net. There are visual arts, performance arts, literature, video, mass media, and design among other forms available here. There are also several good technical resources on the use of computing technology for the arts. Opening graphics: 20+kb.
ANU Art History
This server offers access to over 10,200 images, a full-length book and a mechanism for searching text via a forms interface. The "database" interface, is for a collection that consists of some 2,800 images of prints, largely from the 15th century to the end of the 19th century. Also images of mainly classical architecture & architectural sculpture, medieval and Renaissance architecture. This site is huge! A must for art lovers. Opening graphics 200+kb
Art Crimes: The Writing on the Wall
The Art Crimes page is a fascinating look into urban art in the form of graffiti. The server has images from all over the world including Germany, Canada, Amsterdam and lots more from all over the United States. Many of the works are gone from the walls, but are still captured here. All the images are excellent scans and can be downloaded directly or viewed on-line. Opening graphics: 200k
(Art)^n Laboratory, founded in 1983, is a leading innovator of digital 3D hard copy called PHSColograms. PHSColograms are the high resolution, museum quality photography of Virtual Reality and 3D computer graphics. These PHSColograms can be viewed on-line in an impressive and attractive gallery. There is also a lot of research and information about this innovative art, including a technical paper, and two articles. Opening graphic: 38kb.
Body Modification Ezine
A huge page server specializing in "body modifications." Anything from tattoos to body piercing, branding and cutting, this page has some material that is not for the faint of heart. Many pictures, informative text and a nice layout. Opening graphics: 40+kb.
Dan's Gallery of the Grotesque
Dan Blumenfeld is a frequent contributor to the alt.binaries.pictures.tasteless on USENET and after visiting Dan's Gallery of the Grotesque it's easy to understand why. This World Wide Web page is chock full of images of birth defects, dead bodies, and related images. Not for the faint of heart. Opening graphics: 35+ kb.
Doug and Lisa's Disney Page
This unofficial World Wide Web page contains a wealth of information about Disney. On it you can find out all sorts of information not just about Disney's cartoons and movies, but also about Walt Disney, the Disney theme parks he started, and just about anything else Disney-related. If you're planning a vacation or just curious about the man-behind-the-mouse, here's the place to go. Opening graphics: 3kb.
EXPO Exhibit Organization
Multiple exhibits are featured here, catering to the art history, or history scholar. You can look at an exhibit of the Dead Sea Scrolls in Washington D.C., the Soviet Archive Exhibit, the "1492:An Ongoing Voyage" exhibit. The exhibits change periodically and are all historically solid and well composed. Many of the exhibits read like a book are very easy to follow with lots of secondary sources. Opening graphic: 10kb.
The Fashion Page is the World Wide Web's first e-zine dedicated solely to fashion. On the Fashion Page you'll find out the latest in clothing styles for men and women plus shopping tips, advice on cleaning, and a wealth of other clothes-related items. Opening graphics: 6k
Field Museum of Natural History
The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago has two public exhibits on-line. The first is "DNA to Dinosaurs," a multimedia exhibit showcasing the evolution and disappearance of dinosaurs. The second is the "Javanese Mask Collection" which showcases over a dozen masks brought to the United States for the 1893 World's Colombian Exhibition. Opening graphics: 65kb.
Fine Arts Forum
An outstanding electronic news service that covers art and technology. Virtually all the news that's fit to print about post modern photography, trans-avant-garde art forms, CD-ROMs, digitized video, animations, performances, interviews and arcane areas of technology. Also includes an excellent art resources directory of associations, conferences, festivals, shows, general and academic resources, galeries, E-journals, individual artists etc. The finest arts forum on the net and a must visit for those interested in the arts. Opening graphic: 20kb.
A virtual kaleidoscope of alternative arts. For those living in, or visiting, New York City, The installations, film screenings and performance schedules are without peer. For the rest of us, the visual and textual content is still a great experience.
It's interactive fractals on the World Wide Web! At the Fractal Explorer World Wide Web page you can view several Mandelbrot and Julia sets, but that's not all. Clicking on any of the images zooms in on them. You can repeat this ad infinitum. Opening graphics: 11kb.
Future Fantasy Bookstore
One of the first bookstores onto the World Wide Web, Future Fantasy has a large selection of not only Science Fiction and Fantasy books but also audio tapes, games, statues, and other knick-knacks. This is a great place to go for gifts for that special someone. Opening graphic: 60kb.
The Heard Museum of American Indian Cultures and Art in Phoenix, Arizona is one of the foremost museums of Native American art in the world. At The Heard Museum World Wide Web page you can learn more about the museum and its collections. Opening graphics: 2kb.
H.R. Giger pictures.
The H.R. Giger Page is a World Wide Web page dedicated to the works of this Swiss-born artist. Best known for his insectoid creations that appeared in 20th Century Fox's movie "Aliens," this page features some of the artist's famed pictures of "bio-mechanicals" with links to other related World Wide Web page. A must-see if you are an "Aliens" or Giger fan, but be warned that the connection can be slow during prime-time Internet hours. [link down?- Now on Probation]
Internet Arts Museum for Free
"I AM FREE" is the motto and outstretched hand that greet you at the door to this truly expansive page. The Artists for Revolution through Technology on the Internet present a statement that art should be free and enjoyed by all. The gallery is enormous, and spans virtually every medium of art, from provocative contemporary arts to literary pieces, photo exhibits to lectro art and motion. Extremely high quality graphics and a gallery that will keep you intrigued for hours, days or longer. Opening graphic: 112kb.
Joseph Wu's Origami Page
Joseph Wu's Origami Page is a unique and interesting resource on the little known art of origami, or paper folding. You can find lots of fascinating pictures here of completed works, literary sources for further study, and information on organizations, mailing lists, and technique for the art. Check out the photo gallery, you won't be disappointed. Opening graphics: 20kb.
Here is a cyber-gallery for sculptors, writers, filmmakers and other artists. The artists pay a fee to put their work on Kaleidospace, with the prospect of selling to literally millions of web-surfers. A nice, professionally done page, with sharp graphics and an excellent layout. Art buffs can preview the art in full color photos, and can even order on the web by contacting the artists. Some famous names us this page, including Pop artist Thomas Dolby. Opening graphics: 23kb.
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art is world-reknowned for its collection. Likewise, its World Wide Web server, LACMAweb, contains over a dozen collections of art, ranging from prehistory up to modern 20th-Century art. Also available on LACMAweb is an exhibition schedule, information about art classes, lectures, and related material. Opening graphics: 68kb.
MCA / UNIVERSAL CYBERWALK
At the MCA/Universal Cyberwalk you can preview the latest in television and film offerings from this entertainment powerhouse. You'll find images, sounds, and videoclips from the latest in Universal Studio's offerings here. Worth a look for movie fans. Opening graphics: 60kb.
The Megadeth Arizona World Wide Web page puts you in touch with one of rock's most-popular groups. From here you can learn more about the band, find out tour dates, enter contests, and make use of other Megadeth related resources. Note that this site has some very large images on it and can be busy during normal hours. Opening graphics: 100+kb.
The Metaverse is the World Wide Web server of Adam Curry, former MTV video jockey turned cyberspace jockey. At the Metaverse you can get a daily dose of Rock industry gossip, purchase a piece of downed spacestation Skylab, or hear the latest on MTV's lawsuit against Adam Curry for using the name MTV.COM. This site has extensive links to other entertainment-related World Wide Web pages and clients of Adam Curry's company, On-Ramp. Opening graphics: 70kb.
MGA Presents Access Art
Access Art features fantasy, pin-up, and landscape art from popular artists such as Moebius and Olivia. Here you can preview art by thumbnails and order prints on-line. Opening graphic: 10kb.
At Mirror Images, you can peruse and optionally order pictures by lesbian artists. While new to the World Wide Web the Mirror Images gallery is still worth a look. Opening graphics: 20kb.
MSU Vincent Voice Library
Michigan State University's Vincent Voice Library contains over 50,000 recordings of famous and not-so-famous speeches, conversations and dialogue spanning over 100 years. At this treasure trove of talk you can hear pieces of the past on your computer today. Opening graphics: 2kb.
Operative Term Is Stimulate (OTIS)
A large collection of visual arts from artists all over the world. OTIS boasts thousands of images in many different subject categories in many different medias. From portraiture to photographs to unique arts like body painting and jewelry, there is something for everyone. The works are also well-divided into many subcategories so that you can easily find what it is you're looking for. Opening graphic: 12kb.
Organitecture is a part of the personal World Wide Web pages of Arius Watz, a student at the University of Oslo, Norway. A graphic artist in training, Marius has several images available where his two favorite subjects, organic shapes and architecture, mix. If you enjoy the works of Salvador Dali or M.C. Escher than Marius' World Wide Page is worth a look at. Opening Graphics: 20+ Kb.
PHOTON: World Wide Web Photo Magazine
An E-Zine for photographic enthusiasts, this server, as you might expect, has high-quality graphics and pictures, and a professional layout. It is a monthly periodical exclusively made for the WWW. With full articles and advertisers, this is a great full-fledged magazine. Opening graphics: 70kb.
At the Postcard Store you can send an Electric Postcard to your friends, co-workers, family or anyone else. You select a picture, type in a short message, and send it. The recipient then gets a message to pick up their postcard at the Postcard store. Great fun. Opening graphic: 0kb.
Rhombus Interactive Gallery
A breathtaking web page, that you will have to see to believe. It is based on a three-dimensional virtual reality in an art gallery of the future. The user literally has to walk around by clicking with the mouse in 3D space! When you come to an art work on the wall, or some other interesting object, you simply click on it and it appears. Stunning graphics and original art work, some of which is for sale, make this one of the hottest, visually impacting pages out there. Graphically intense. Opening graphic: 10kb.
This page sports the complete works of William Shakespeare, and has a lot of classic works to offer literature buffs. All the plays and poetry of this great artist are available on-line, and complete and unedited. The works are all in text format, and are VERY fast to access, making this a great way to read the texts. Opening graphic: 8kb.
Sherilyn Fenn's Secret Space
A stunning and colorful page dedicated to the work and life of Sherilyn Fenn. You will find a filmography about the actress, dozens and dozens of pictures, biographies, sound bytes, and other fandom information. Splendid graphics and very tastefully done. An excellent source for fans of this beautiful and multi-talented actress. [Link down?/Slooooow?]
Spectre Collie! is the creation of Chuck Jordan, a former University of Georgia student. Mr. Jordan has since graduated and continues to provide Spectre Collie!, albeit to a wider audience. Fine cartoon graphics and humor, very hip. Opening graphics: 5kb.
Truly the anarchist artists home page. This site features art and expressionism from the underground subculture of the world, and is a very outspoken site. "Entertainment that doesn't exist in the mainstream" is the theme, featuring concert info, artwork, stories, video, and more. Incredible graphics and a truly first-rate layout, this page is one of the most visually stunning on the web. Poignant and raw, most of the material is for the adult cruiser. 60kb.
The Vampyres Only World Wide Web page provides you with a wealth of information on vampires, including artwork, excerpts from books and film, and links to vampire-related resources on the Internet. If you're interested in vampires, be sure to visit, and bring fresh blood. Opening graphics: 28kb.
Vern's SIRDS Gallery
This is Vern's Single Image Random Dot Stereogram archive. If you have never seen a stereogram you are in for a surprise. The images here are three-dimensional, and by just relaxing your eyes you can see dinosaurs, spaceships, landscapes, people and more. There is also information on how stereograms are made, and how they work. Lots of images. Opening graphics: 12kb.
Carnegie Mellon English Server
Dante Gabriel Rossetti
Civil War History
Commercial News Services
Index of Online Books
Internet Book Information Center
Internet Book Shop
John Labovitz's E-Zine List
Moon Travel Handbooks
New World Books
Seaside Book & Stamp
Speculative (Science) Fiction Clearinghouse
Stanford Humanities Review
White Dolphin Books
The Gates of Doom
Welcome to Drool
To Help Minds Grow
The Movie Quiz
The MUD Archive
WWW Virtual Games Library
San Jose Mercury News
San Francisco Chronicle
San Francisco Examiner
Palo Alto Weekly
North Tahoe/Truckee Week Electronic Edition
Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune
University Newspapers Index from Stanford University
The Boston Review
Campus Newspapers on the Internet
Chinese Business Journal
Daily News (Nova Scotia)
The Detroit Free Press
E-Span's Interactive Employment Network
The Irish Times
Kommunal Rapport (Norway)
Newspapers & Journalism Links on the Web
Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce
San Francisco Examiner
Search Today's Usenet News
Star Tribune (Casper, WY)
TelePost Online (Norway)
The Virginian Pilot
The Weekly Mail & Guardian (S. Africa)
Welcome to Techweb
The Internet Magazine Index
Eden Matrix Bazaar
The Magazine For Adult Children of Aging Parents
The Monster Board
3W Magazine, Global Networking Magazine
Will of Nature
The Avid Explorer
Cybertour of the US
Global Network Navigator Travel List
Gramma's Rose Garden Inn (SF)
The Nepal Home Page
Tamara Jebin Tours
Tokyo Home Page
Travels with Samantha
Welcome to the White House
Window to Russia Home Page
BioData Cyberspace Launching Pad
Cascades Volcano Observatory
Country Maps from Europe
Geography Resources on the Internet
GeoWeb Home Page
Man and the Biosphere
MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
Optical Society of America
Smithsoniam Gem & Mineral Collection
Tree of Life
Views of the Solar System
Whole Frog Project
Woods Hole, USGS Atlantic Marine Geology
WWW Virtual Library of Science
Guide to NASA Online Resources
NASA EOS Volcanology Home Page
NASA Home Page
The NASA Newsroom
NASA Langley Research Center
NASA Online Resources
NASA Public Affairs
NASA Questions & Answers
NASA Technical Reports Server
NASA *Hot Topics*
Welcome to the Planets
Paul's (Extra) Refrigerator
Geeks have hooked everything from soda machines to coffee pots into the Net, but this refrigerator is a first. Paul Haas--who has his hot tub specs on another page--wants to tell us what's in his fridge and how cold it is inside. I'm waiting for the Mystery Tupperware Monitor before I go back.
Democracy in Action: The Electronic Barbershop
This page is a good example of how digital democracy would work if Newt has his way and we all vote, all the time, on all the issues, on the Net. In the Electronic Barbershop we pick Ken's coif: Klassic, New Fresh-Look, or Kompromise. As if I didn't have enough to do, now I'm responsible for some guy's hair. Sheesh.
No more goat sacrifices in my house now that Netscape reads my future. The tarot cards fall where they may--right side up, upside down--but what do they mean? As far as I can figure from the cards I got, I want to be Emperor of the World, but disaster will follow when I assume the throne. Sounds about right.
I thought I'd seen it all. But thanks to Sho Kuwamoto, a grad student at Purdue, I now have Lunch Server. Each day (to tell you the truth, I don't check it every day) Sho lists what he's having for lunch. Click on the paper sack and he tells all. Now if we just had his mom's phone number, we could rat him out when he's not eating right.
The Bible In Pig Latin
The Bible's been translated into Urdu but not Pig Latin? What's the deal? Connect to this FTP site, which you can reach with any Web browser, and you can download text files of the Ible-bay. Only three books--Enesis-gay, Ob-jay, and Ohn-Jay--are available, though.
The Unofficial Brady Bunch Home Page
The movie may have been a big hit (what does that say about us as a culture?) but those of us who actually lived through the '70s know that the Brady Bunch was simply existentialist TV hell. Even Ward Cleaver had more personality than Mike Brady. This unofficial home page is jammed with Bradymania, from an episode guide to the theme song, with filmographies of the original and film casts in between.
Forget the Ouija Board; go for the real soothsayer, the Magic 8-Ball. Remember? It was that plastic ball filled with blue liquid that, when upended, gave you vague answers to your questions about the future. Now that we're all high-tech, we can use the Internet's version instead. The answer to your question, by the way, is "Perhaps, but not now."
Who needs pages dedicated to the famous when the Jeff Spicoli site's up? Spicoli (Sean Penn) was the protoslacker star of 1982's Fast Times at Ridgemont High, and the bane of Mr. Hand (TV's My Favorite Martian co-star Ray Walston). Here you can download Spicoli-isms in both audio and video form, and save them for posterity (or play them on your machine). What better way to honor Jeff Spicoli than to waste time doing this?
Bon Mots From the Supermodels
Sports Illustrated's next swimsuit issue is a long way off, but you can revel in the sheer audacity of supermodels by checking out this page of quotations from the beautiful but brain-dead. "Everywhere I went, my cleavage followed. But I learned I am not my cleavage," from Carole Mallory, is my fave. Hope it makes Bartlett's.
The World Wide Web Dating Game
It had to happen. Fill out the form, send in a picture (digital, naturally), and you too can ask or answer embarrassing questions and engage in double entendres. We all get to vote on the answers we like best, and then read about the date, voyeur style, from the comfort of our married-with-children homes. Requires a forms-based browser.
Those clever folks in marketing--they probably spent all day making up a cool seven-letter word to match the company's phone number. You know, dial (800) FLOWERS or (800) NOPANTS. Clever, but not as clever as you. Just surf to PhoNETic, type in a number or word, and it spills back a list of possible matches so you can give yourself one of those cute phone numbers. Requires a forms-based browser.
There are just too many darn people, aren't there? Jammed highways; that long line at McDonald's; OK, even the wait for a simple cup of coffee because some pinhead orders a double latte instead of the real thing. For a depressing moment, hit this page, which estimates the up-to-the-minute population of the United States. For a really big downer, go back to it a couple of hours later and compare the numbers.
The Bermuda Triangle
When you set sail for a three-hour cruise and never return, people are going to start asking questions. Debunking the bunk of the Bermuda Triangle, the world's oddest patch of ocean, this page explores the mysteries and myths and then offers a skeptic's take on the Mary Celeste and other hoary legends.
Best of the Web
bsy's Internet Coke Machines
Cool Site of the Day
Film and Television
HAL Computer Systems
Human Factor Fun Stuff
Microserve's Favorite WWW Pages
Planet Earth Home Page
REI's Home Page
Tarot Information, UCLA
What's Hot & Cool on the Web
What's New on the Web
http://www.charm.net/learning.html : Charmnet's Learning Page, hyperliens vers sites informatifs
http://cs.uni-bonn.de/ppp/faq.html : FAQ sur le Point to Point Protocol
http://nearnet.gnn.com/gnn/helpdesk/index.html : L'Internet Helpdesk de GNN
http://www.matisse.net : glossaire de termes Internet
http://web.cnam.fr/Network/Internet-access/how_to_select.html : Comment choisir son fournisseur Internet
ftp://ftp.digex.net/pub/access/hecker/Internet/slip-ppp.txt : introduction à SLIP et PPP par Frank Hecker
http://pclt.cis.YALE.edu/pclt : Introduction aux systèmes d'exploitation, serveurs, protocoles et clients
http://learning.lib.vt.edu/wintcpip/wintcpip.html : Introduction aux winsockets de Windows
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