Bookmarks The 5,000 largest known prime numbers including when it was discovered and who discovered it. A map showing various geological and environmental features. A really awesome encyclopedia of old personal computers. You know that scene in Star Wars where he screams "noooo" Just a spinning cucumber. A map that allows you to move the outline country to see how it looks in different places on the mercator projection. A collection of very random surreal websites. A collection of polygons rendered in WebGL. A ton of fun web projects created by Neal Agarwal Displays the number of people currently in space. Rob Pike's personal website This is the first website created by Tim Berners-Lee at Cern. A fictional futuristic web multimedia story. Every possible combination of the english alphabet, pre-computed to result in everything that has ever been and will ever be said. A personal website with lots of really cool projects. Sergey Brin's website from when he was still in school creating Google for his PhD thesis. Tons of great content ranging from old unix operating systems to economics. A graph of related musicians. The deep iceberg of computer/programming related memes. Multiplayer guess-the-drawing game. Dig around and grow by collecting resources. Don't get eaten by the other miners! A networked multiplayer where blobs eat other blobs. A geocities tribute page. A searchable site full of public domain art. Tells you yes or no depending on whether or not Rupert Murdoch is still alive. Click to remove or something, i don't know. List of very useless websites. Random pirate themed monkey-business. They also have an API. Classic 70s style TV that can play a number of different movies, tv shows, sports, or news all from the 1970s. A list of 136 creep wikipedia articles. Randomly generated commit messages. Analysis and data about routing and BGP. Not only does it have many articils with incredibly in-depth analysis but it links out to tools use to collect data and do the analysis. Gigantic list of registered autonomous systems and whois data. Huge public dataset of routing and AS data. Build your own trebuchet! Personal webpage of Kyle Drake, creator of neocities.org Yesterweb is a cool webring and they have a links page that has some really cool stuff. A personal webpage with some cool stuff I like. The kind of anti-microsoft content that makes me nostalgic for the 90s. Articles on algorithms for generative art. Track Elon Musk's private jet. Blog that accompanies the youtube channel Money & Macro about macro economics hosted by an economic researcher. A fun little personal website. An article that is widely sited by people that build online digital gardens. The author's site is also very good. A personal site with a cool second brain (digital garden). Some guy's blog and digital garden Another great digital garden. Personal site by the creator of Quartz. This guy is really smart and my own digital garden is largely inspired by his site. A great digital garden built with Quartz. This is Pamela Fox's personal website. She's done lots of cool things and given good talks. Someone's interesting personal site. Basically a bunch a links to interesting and crazy retro websites. A site the preserve and maintain the history of the earliest Unix systems. A live feed of research papers in computer science and machine learning. Archive any website and assign it a sharable link. The archiving crawler can help you bypass a paywall. An infuriating racing game. An absolutly massive collection of free guides and reference material for C programming. Paywall bypass site, Show me a 10ft paywall, I’ll show you a 12ft ladder. A guild to setting up a raspberry pi homelab with kubernetes. Documentation site for a really good homelab. Fresh Open Source Software mainly for Internet, Engineering and Science. A windows 93/95 simulator. A public archive of websites, books, and software. Original source code and simulators for the onboard guidance computers used in the Apollo Lunar missions. Tools, documentation, photos, resources, and more as part of the computers Dave has used starting from 1973. An infinitely zooming image World’s single largest Internet domains dataset A surreal website that is either part of a religious-political-conspiracy cult, or an elaborate art project. Either way, it goes very deep and has lots of weird puzzles and easter eggs. A Database the of Synthetic Taxonomy of Holotypic Occlupanids. Its a database of bread clips. Yes, bread clips. It doesn't make any sense if you don't see it yourself. Ted tells a story about his discovery and exploration of a cave. His explorations lead him to discover that he is not alone. A fantastic periodic table. A map of huge craters found all across the world. A blog post about this guys personal finance strategy. A list of web pages weighing less than 1 kilobyte (1,024 bytes). A 3D map of underwater internet cables. A live monitor of the water levels of 69 rivers. A list of websites that only use text. A free public access UNIX system. Just login and ssh. A blog post describing how to create a website that's under 1kB. Information about biodiversity, the characteristics of different groups of organisms, and their evolutionary history Daniel J. Bernstein's personal webpage that has lots of cryptography research papers, algorithm implementations, and general information. He also really hates United Airlines lol. A strange exploration site Gives a random picture, you guess the year. Its like geocities on netscape. open-access archive for 2,317,488 scholarly articles He-Man Sings HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA The XY problem is asking about your attempted solution rather than your actual problem. One of the weirder texts of an "experimental cultural theorist collective" of academics and professors from Warwick University called the CCRU. They have this all-encompassing doctrinal philisophical theory that I describe as "critical theory via accelerationist cyberpunk gothic horror" that has an eclectic online cult following. A shadow library that provides free access to millions of research papers by bypassing the publishers' paywalls. If the link is broken, use one of .st, .ru, .ee, .tw, .shop, .se, .cc, .do, .si, .vk A wiki for arts and studies. Has a focus on internet culture. Library of left anarchist essays, articles, and books. A good starting point if you don't want to try decoding the 3 massive volumes of Capital. The web design is also really cute.