Hey, remember when people had separate pages of links on their web sites, back in 1990-something? I just made one. I’ll be adding to this regularly to highlight sites that I feel are the best the Web, or what’s left of it, has to offer, as well as highlighting the web sites of creators of other work that I adore, and the web sites of causes that are near and dear to my heart. Enjoy.
Concussion Legacy Foundation
I've had a lot of concussions. This organization is spearheading research into the effects of concussions. They get my brain after I die.
The ongoing story of a man who refuses to stick to sports.
Michele's always a solid read. Wise. Intense. Funny when it calls for it. Braver than perhaps she knows. Wish she didn't have to be.
ugh! from the mundane to the mundane and back again
The misadventures of my friend Tim, who you may know from Monster Magnet, The Ribeye Brothers, his status as "the guy from the record store", or perhaps even through his fine site. Maybe someday, Foodtown won't pull the football away from him.
Groundbreaking (Stuff That Changed My Life On The Internets And Otherwise):
Back in 1996, during the first weekend that I was on the Internet with my own computer, I searched Yahoo! for the word "fuck" while under the influence of LSD. This author's "MFU" was the top result.
Sarah Kendzior is one of the best journalists in the world.
The Players' Tribune
I watched Derek Jeter's entire career as a New York Yankee, pretty much. It's early yet, but I may end up liking his second career even more than I did his first. If you follow sports, you owe it to yourself to check this site out.
Longtime favorite site about my favorite video game company.