Looking for environments to confront your moral ambivalence? Try these on for
(Warning: adults only for some of the first batch below.) Your hotness may vary.
Bright's Site - The
reigning Ms Manners of the Jack & Jill-off Set.
Money Scams - More than
you ever wanted to know about the story behind those emails and
faxes promising riches.
- If the Internet has done nothing else, it has unleashed a
never-ending wave of amateur dirty fiction. God help
Rodriguez - This ought
to go under the Art heading, but the erotic quotient lands it
here. One of the comix greats, Spain is sadly no longer with us, at least physically. But for now, his site and art live on.
- The Realist Archive Project - Holy smokes! Scans of the complete run of Paul Krassner's groundbreaking underground magazine, The Realist, are now online. Now, when will someone get around to doing that with New Left Notes, the old SDS newspaper?
Headline News - The top
site to keep up with Macintosh-related news: links and headlines
from all other Mac news sites.
Site - Dave Emlen's
"unofficial" site devoted to one of the all-time greatest British
Lodge of California -
Ignore the conspiracy theories. Freemasonry is a great fraternal
organization, worthy of investigation. Here's one place to begin.
And here's the outstanding Grand
Lodge of British Columbia and
Yukon website. An
incredible collection of info.
the Pale - Procol Harum
is another timeless band that continues to make exemplary music. A
knockout site for fans.
Daily Grail -
Alternative history, new & fringe science, updated daily links
to obscure news.
Nation - Premiere gonzo
Oakland A's fan blog and board. Good supplement to the
Perdue's Charles Dickens Page
- Good looking, well organized, info-loaded site on my favorite
- This site rocks if you want to track down the cheapest gas in
Photos - A selection of photos of Turkey, past and present, from the Turkish community
- 60s Garage Bands - Mega-source
for interviews, pictures, and more on the golden era of garage bands.
- Comics Curmudgeon - Ongoing commentary on the sorry fodder we have to put up with for daily comic strips these days. Fishes in barrels are shot.
- Snopes - Vast and stellar site investigating and debunking Urban Legends. The Internet at its best.
- Atlas Tales - Deep and ever-growing site devoted to Atlas (and Timely) Comics, predecessors to Marvel Comics.
- ComicArtVille - Charming and eccentric site peppered with art and articles covering some of the lesser-known players in '40s and '50s comic books.
- Featherbed - Laura Park's Flickr site featuring her fabulous art. Go there. Now. (Laura's been fighting thyroid cancer, so there may be gaps between posts.)
- Magazine Art - Great collection of cover scans from American magazines of the past.
- Digital Comics Museum and Comic Book+ - Marvelous archives of scans of Golden Age comics that have become public domain. A dedicated crew of collectors and scanners have made these two sites absolute treasure troves of vintage comic art. All volunteer, all free. The Doctor is a fan.