My Favourite WebLinks!
This is where I have my favourite links to the rest of the Web. The places I go often, use often, and love, here they are,in all their glory!
- The Lycos WebSearch - Incredibly effective way of getting info on the Net!
- Paul Tang's X-Files Page - My favourite X-Files page! Incredibly comprehensive!
- The Ultimate Band List - One of the most comprehensive guides to Net Music!
- The Paramount Web Site - For Star Trek fans!
- The Bryan Adams Home Page - One of my favourite singers! See my music page.
- The Official Roxette Home Page - Another of my favourite groups! See my music page.
- Netscape - If you don't have it already, go get the best Web Browser available!
- c|net - the most fascinating place on the Web for anyone remotely into computer/Internet related stuff!
- A hilarious collection of practical jokes as posted to alt.shenanigans
- Mirsky's Worst of the Web - I hope I don't qualify..:-)
- Alta Vista - another favourite search engine.
- WebCrawler - Yet another search engine !
- A favourite personal home page I like to visit - real funny stuff here!
- Nova University - They've got a GREAT Internet Navigator here!
- Lynn Larrow's home page - very interesting page with technical info, FAQs, etc, about Winsock, data communication,etc.
- For those with a sweet tooth - The Godiva chocolates home page!
- A neat page about MIDI music from John Hawksley.
- The home of the world's best BBS(remember those?) door game - Legend of the Red Dragon!
- Robert Lentz's Home Page - a good page covering a variety of topics.
- Robert Lentz's Guide to Star Trek on the Web.
- Another great X-Files Page, with absolutely OODLES of info on the show, and links to even more sites!
- For those of you with Satellite Dishes a site with info on TV satellites and the channels they beam, as well links to the channels' sites! Very comprehensive and useful.
- Another great link for those with Satellite dishes.This is an Australian site with LOTS of info, especially with reference to the satellites and channels available in Australia and Asia.
- Yet another new search engine, called HotBot.
- NCSA's Beginner's Guide to HTML
- The April Fools on the Net archive. Fascinating.
- Pagehost AtoZ - List your site for free.
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Last modified: October 7 1997
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