A List Apart For people who make web pages.
alltheweb.com this search engine does some sort of fuzzy logic to sort things.
boogiejack.com the best source of how-to-do web stuff anywhere. You can sign up for the "Almost A Newsletter" which contains a lot of usefull stuff. Try it.
Desktop Starships: Free SF Screen Savers, Desktops plus. Interesting art. Interesting video clips. Lots of free stuff and only a few for sale links.
Dive into Accessibility A site devoted to making a CSS1-compliant site ready to go for CSS2 compliance.
Dynamic Drive Very useful Free Java applets
Error Message Generator, make your own.
Free PDF Coversion site - www.gohtm.com
HTML Colors Code Chart Pick out the color you want and have the code right there ready to use.
Snip Long URLs This site allows you to create a shortened URL that references a long one. For example turn a 40 character news feed URL into a small one to send in an email or post somewhere hot linking is impractical.
Net Disaster This site allows you to designate another web page for destruction and fakes a live feed as it is attacked by the menace of your choice. Copy the resulting URL and create a link on your page showing it destroyed. Fun.
Google Rankings Whether you wish to improve your rankings or maintain your current satisfactory placement, The Google Ranking Report™ will guide you step-by-step according to your needs.
Hal Haag's E-Mail list heaven? Not getting enough E-Mail? Check this page for a selection of ecclectic mail-groups - you might find something interesting.
Internet Traffic Report
Librarian's Index to the Internet Designed for use by public librarians. This 7,000-site directory is an excellent resource for anyone who needs to research a topic on the Web. You'll find sites related to the arts, education, geography, literature, law, medicine, sports, and many other subjects, and each site listing contains a brief review.
National Do Not Call Registry!
Open Directory Project The Open Directory Project (called "Newhoo" before it was purchased by Netscape Communications) is the fastest growing Web directory assembled by human surfers. We can only guess that the address stands for "Directory Mozilla"--you'll find Mozilla, Netscape's unofficial mascot, at the bottom of each page. While most Web directories, like Yahoo, are created by teams of professional Web surfers, The Open Directory Project is compiled by over 22,000 volunteers. And for the most part, its 1.5 million Web site descriptions are surprisingly accurate and up to date. Not bad for a bunch of amateurs! Of course, DMOZ is always looking for volunteers. Who knows, you might just help it reach the 2 million mark!
Paper Quote.com Receive a new wallpaper and quote each day.
Internet Speed Test-- Check your download and upload stats.
SubmitWolf an automated web site submission tool. It is also used by most commercial URL submission services to provide their service.
Web Wayback Machine
Spam: PDF of What the FTC Says
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