Welcome to my personal web space.
New! My Fowl Place archive. 10 years of utterances all on one convenient web page.
I am now on Mastodon, @email@example.com
Since you are visiting my home page, you must want to see a picture of my cat:
Or maybe you came here to play some Doom. Uses the webassembly version of DOSBox, not suitable for all browsers.
While I'm figuring out what else to put here, please enjoy this ...
A curated list of old-school, non-commercial, hand-made websites in the 90s vernacular. Survivors of the Web As It Once Was, and sites that preserve the spirit of it.
See the full List o' Links here. Now with tags and descriptions!
Here are the five most recent links:
Sniggle.net: The Culture Jammer's Encyclopedia
A unique and fascinating compendium formerly entitled "Trolls, Hoaxes, Culture Jamming, Poetic Terrorism, Media Hacks, Frauds, Impostors, Spoofs, Counterfeits, Fakes, Pranks, Scams, Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds", which should give you a pretty good idea of what you can expect to find here. Brought to you by David Gross.
date added: 2023-05-27
"Software and documentation covering such subjects as Acorn BBCs, Econet and networking, SJ Research Fileservers, Z80, 6502, ARM and PDP-11 code, C programming, Co-processors and Tube systems, Harston Advanced Disk Filing System, BBC Public Domain, CP/M."
date added: 2023-05-14
The Unmutual: The Prisoner news website
Looking for information? Specifically, about the 1960s spy-fi TV show, "The Prisoner?" The Unmutual has you covered, with essays, articles, news, fan fiction, interviews, photos & art, and more! Just remember: questions are a burden to others. Answers are a prison for oneself.
date added: 2023-05-08
Personal site of the well known author, painter and mathematician Rudy Rucker. A comprehensive compendium of essays, stories, author notes, paintings, blog posts, podcasts, and more.
date added: 2023-04-22
MCbx Old Computer Collection
"Here you will find information about old computers, their parts and peripherals. The main objective of this site is to provide information not only about technical specifications of old computers, but also instructions to make an old computer running again as well as how to use the old computers (retrocomputing) and its basic software."
date added: 2023-04-15
The ten most recent additions are available in a handy RSS format.
A few links have been removed since I started this project, see the List o' Broken Links for details.
Last updated: Saturday, 13-May-2023 17:00:17 UTC
This pretty much meaningless counter has been updated times!
This site briefly belonged to:
The Yesterweb Ring
... before it became a "horrid monstrosity of users"