> outside links
Last updated 2015.09.18
This is a collection of other Web sites that I consider worth seeing. You might like some of them, or you might conclude that these sites, my site, and the entire Internet are utterly devoid of value.
I also have
of a few sites that are no more.
Akiyoshi's Illusion Pages
Optical illusions by Japanese psychology professor Akiyoshi Kitaoka. See also
Michael Bach's site
Illustrations of Lewis Carroll's
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland
by different artists in the early 1900s.
Wallpaper images and other art by Ryan Bliss.
A large community of artists showcasing their work.
Icons by Forrest Walker.
Surreal paintings by Polish artist Jacek Yerka.
Images that you can use as wallpaper on your computer's desktop.
Paintings by Polish artist Zdzislaw Beksinski.
Haunted eBay Painting
Polish Film Posters
Cartoons by Christopher Ford. Unfortunately, this site is gone. But here are a few of my favorites:
Dog at Grave
Go Outside and Play
Deep Dark Fears
Fran Krause illustrates fears that people send him.
A visually-consistent comic by Ryan North.
is a good introduction.
Sam Brown draws pictures based on captions that people send him.
Mr. T vs. Everything
Katie Henkel's index of "Mr. T vs." comics. Some are better than others.
Pokey the Penguin
A comic strip about some penguins, a snowman, and other things.
A long-running online comic by Pete Abrams.
A good place to find music by independent musicians, much of it pay-what-you-want. You can see my collection
A well-designed site offering tons of chip music in different formats. It certainly beats the radio.
Tracks what you listen to and compiles statistics. The challenge is not letting the statistics influence your listening habits.
An Internet radio station with almost nothing but demoscene and game music. See also
A huge collection of video game music arrangements. Many of them are excellent.
A fantastic collection of Commodore 64 music arrangements. See also
All Your Base Are Belong to Us
Somebody set up us the bomb. What you say.
I didn't see why people liked this site so much until I discovered "Strong Bad Email" in the 'Toons section.
Michael Quest III
A Flash cartoon featuring Michael Jackson in Dragon Quest III (among other places).
Radiskull and Devil Doll
A Flash cartoon by Joe Sparks that has a catchy soundtrack.
Musical Flash cartoons. My favorites are
. Weebl also
arranged a C64 song
my list of recommended Internet videos
A huge collection of video game guides and reviews. Useful when you are stuck. (Some games require their own
Good Old Games
Old computer games re-released for modern computers, with extras. (Some new games, too.)
Home of the Underdogs
No longer actively maintained, but still a good resource. Source of the
. See also (
this interview with the founder
Pay what you want for collections of (mostly independent) games, usually including Steam keys.
Hardcore Gaming 101
Some good information about some good games.
The Independent Gaming Source
A very active site devoted to independent video games. See also
Tim W.'s Web log
Unique video game news and reviews. See also
The Gamer's Quarter
Rock, Paper, Shotgun
Video game news and reviews. See also
A computer game store, organizer, downloader, and community. Watch for the seasonal sales.
A good resource for information about emulators of old computers and video game consoles.
Diggin' in the Carts
A few items here overlap with
my list of recommended Flash games
, but most don't.
The sort of thing that makes the Internet worth visiting.
The work of Han Hoogerbrugge.
A collection of small, unique, and artistic Flash games. Unlike most Flash games, these are worth playing.
A "digital toy" at a site called ROXIK.
A fascinating project that defies description and changes often.
Some excellent game and other things that aren't exactly games.
An impressive collaborative art project. See also
The Zoomquilt II
Big Long Now
Electricity Comes from Another Planet
Game, Game, Game, and Again Game
It Will Never Be the Same
Shutdown the Internet
The Ultimate Build Your Own Cow Page
What Is Love? Collection
An excellent resource for information about tabletop games. They have
a video game area
Keep track of books you have read and/or discover new ones.
Microfinancing that anyone can take part in. They've had a lot of
A system of user-posted news and essays and things with comments. See also
It's kind of like Goodreads for movies. See also
An aggregator of reviews for
, video games, movies, and music.
Peter Pan's Home Page
Randy Constan's site. Don't miss his
Demos and related information. You can also find demos at
. My favorites are by
Daniel White's unique and extensive personal site.
You're the Man Now Dog
The original site was created around 2001. At some point, other people began making their own. Here are a few of them:
I believe you have my stapler?
I believe you have my N-Gage?
Stapler with the power
What's new Khan
Picard teaches art class
Google 8-bit maps
What is love?
What is NES?
What is goth?
What is Tiger?
Agent Smith wants ice cream
Corn on the cob
Darth Barker kills contestant
N64 snail kid
Moskau don't slip
Nazi board game
A fairly tense situation
Vader stole my pizza
These cuffs of time
Spread of nothing
Congressional Medal of Honor Recipients
The Deep Sea Abyss
Electric Sheep Screen Saver
Henry Raddick's Amazon.com reviews
Internet Anagram Server
John Titor - Time Traveler
Snopes.com Urban Legends Reference Pages
Stuff White People Like
This Peanut Looks Like a Duck
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