The only good search engine. Please stop using Google.
Agora Road's Macintosh Cafe
"The internet's best kept secret" is, in actual fact, a cool discussion board where varied and occasionally-paranoid persepctives come together to gawk and vomit. Join now and immanentize the cyber-eschaton.
Art/Not Art - The Gerogerigegege 56k Performance
I don't know how this webpage still exists, but I'm glad it does. A great resource on the world's greatest band. Fuck compose, fuck melody, dedicated to no-one, thanks to no-one. Art is over.
Infamous maggot fiend. Highly recommended reading.
Barry's Temple of Godzilla
This is one of the very first websites I ever visited. The fact that it's still online--and still a pretty decent resource--is no doubt a testament to the indomitable power of the human spirit. Barry will still respond to your emails! He will still show his incredible vocal talents! And he still will tell you about Godzilla! A sacred temple, no doubt.
Required reading in the Cyberian gulags.
One of the greatest ever web resources for anyone with an interest in esoteric instruments, tooling around, or making delicious pumpkin seeds.
The blog of author Dennis Cooper.
The Dreamcast Junkyard
The latest news on everyone's favorite console.
A wonderful scholarly resource on one of the great saints of our day.
An appropriation of Firefox that I use as my daily driver browser. I have a few issues with some specialized sites, but the benefits of the browser to me far outweigh those inconveniences.
A great website full of of HTML and CSS design templates. I really miss when most every website had this much personality and charm. If you're making a personal site, this is a wonderful place to start.
Plane Crash Info
Your one-stop resource for all manner of aviation disasters.
A neat blog that I used to read many years ago and which still inspires me in some ways. Please see also Wesoteric
for more writing by the same author.
Silent Hill Memories
and Silent Hill Historical Society
Two of the most comprehensive websites for Silent Hill, some of my favorite games.
Yume Nikki imageboard that for about thirteen years I've only ever lurked.
"UbuWeb is a pirate shadow library consisting of hundreds of thousands of freely downloadable avant-garde artifacts." Basically, that means it's good shit.
A search engine which looks through the "classic web." Good for trips down memory lane or even just circumventing the awful shit AI-generated pages that flood everywhere nowadays.