My little bookmark of my favorite and interesting websites... Just that. Hover the mouse over one of the image buttons to get a description of such links (much of them doesn't have one).
If you are going to link my website on yours, please use this 88x31 button I just created a long time ago! I recommend that you download the button and upload it to your server instead of linking to it directly from here (to avoid hotlinking).
- Hologram Rose in HTTP Space
- jdd's Home Page
- Parimal Satyal
- The Cyber Vanguard
- Ray's Miscellany
- Deadnet Internet Services
- Xerophyte (extremely RAM-intensive warning)
- Edael on <ReDeviated>
- dimension.sh: Public UNIX shell community where I host this website and gopherhole!
- Sector Disk: A small community project where users get sectors from a real 1.44MB floppy disk.
- ALTEXXANET: It's a small project offering services of old Internet protocols such as Gopher, FTP, NNTP/Usenet, IRC and Hotline (an old program/protocol known mostly in the Macintosh community for file sharing and with message boards similar to Usenet) as well as old software downloads. Their website appears to be abandoned since 2016 but is still up and running.
- OldWeb.Today: Browse old web archives and the current web by using a series of old browsers inside a virtual machine.
- FrogRSS: An simple RSS aggregator for vintage computers/browsers inspired in FrogFind.
- ProtoWeb: HTTP proxy that allows you to browse archives of old websites by simply typing their URL. Similar to TheOldNet and Wayback Machine.
- 68k.news: Read Google News but with reduced HTML and no CSS.
- Cybertown Revival: A recreation of a forgotten 90's virtual world powered by VRML.
- Blizzard of Zeros: An interesting pure-HTML website that has a huge GIF87a (an old version of the GIF format) image gallery, emulators, as well as an anonymous FTP and a gopher server.
- Zandronum: Multiplayer-oriented Doom sourceport.
- ZDoom: Modern Doom sourceport with some interesting and cool features.
- FreeDoom: If you don't have money to buy Doom, play this IWAD instead.
Tools & software
- WinSCP: SFTP/FTP/SCP/AWS S3/WebDAV client for Windows with great features. Much better than FileZilla in my opinion.
- PuTTY: SSH/Telnet/Rlogin client for Windows (and also for UNIX but I see no reason to use it other than just using PuTTY keys). It also comes with a key generator and allows you to save sessions for an easy access.
- HexChat: Open-source IRC client for Windows/Linux/MacOS.
- WeeChat: Another IRC client but designed for command-line/terminal enviroments. Not quite beginner friendly (not as much as irssi) but for keeping a IRC session without network interruptions on a remote server (without a BNC) along with tmux it's great.
- GifCam: Tiny Windows program that allows you to record GIFs and edit them.
- Text to ASCII Art Generator (TAAG): Website that I use for generate ASCII Art texts like in the header.
- Lynx: HTTP/Gopher text-only browser which I use a lot in terminal environments.
- wApua: One of the few WAP/WML browsers for PCs in existence.
- .bashrc PS1 generator
- IceWM: One of my favorite X11 window managers out there. It's too lightweight and has themes that replicate the style of Windows 95/98 and OS/2 but it requires manual configuration.
- PINGO'S OFFICIAL WEBSITE !: Pictures and some other stuff about what Penguin Chat was before it became Club Penguin.
- Coffee Icons
- The Mozilla Museum: Pictures, animations and banners about the now-forgotten old Netscape's Mozilla mascot.
- Stanwee: It was a website dedicated to a pretty flower doll that traveled around the world. He was apparently lost in 2019 and his whereabouts were never heard from again today.
- Sonic the Hedgehog Info Page
- ZOMBO Text: A secret text version of the Zombo.com intro.
- Instant Internet
- Mosaic Communications Corporation
- :joan stark's ASCII Art Gallery:
- Dave Titus's Mozilla Art
- Spud: It was an experiment of running a small web server on several potatoes.
- Timon - Hakuna Matata!!
- Gentle Ben's Computer: An old interesting IBM OS/2 Warp 4 desktop-styled website from 1999.