Buck is old enough to remember when links pages were popular on web sites. This was pre-blog, pre-Facebook, pre-Youtube, pre-#hashtag, pre-Millenials. (Anybody remember web rings?)

Links pages made the World-Wide Web possible and navigable—this is Buck's attempt to resurrect them.

AirNav – Detailed info on airports around the world.
http://www.airnav.com [114]

Animation v. Animator – Ever feel frustrated?
http://fc01.deviantart.com/fs13/f/2007/077/2/e/Animator_vs__Animation_by_alanbecker.swf [67]

Astronomy Picture of the Day – A new picture of something space-related every day. Sometimes they get a little nerdy and over my head, but most of the time the pictures are breathtaking.
http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/astropix.html [28]

Badge-A-Minit – Make your own buttons with their button makers. They're a piece of cake to use and the parts are pretty inexpensive. If you're less than creative you can even buy pre-made button designs.
http://www.badge-a-minit.com/ [41]

Basic vi Commands – Short reference for the greatest text editor ever made.
http://www.cs.colostate.edu/helpdocs/vi.html [4]

Build an Apollo Guidance Computer in your Basement
http://klabs.org/history/build_agc/ [89]

Declaration of Independence – You know, the founders didn't have too much to complain about given that the colonies belonged to King George. He did what any king would do. (BTW, the U.S. maintains a standing army in over 100 countries that don't belong to us.)
http://avalon.law.yale.edu/18th_century/declare.asp [103]

Fat-Pie.com – Animations and stuff by David Firth. Check out "Salad Fingers". Creepy.
http://www.fat-pie.com/ [48]

How to tie a Windsor Knot
http://www.totieatie.com/windsor.asp [47]

Jazz Jackrabbit – the original DOS executables for Jazz Jackrabbit
http://www.dosgamesarchive.com/download/game/111 [59]

Leek Spin – I could watch this all day. Something about anime and manga girls...
http://leekspin.com/ [131]

Matt Cuda – Matt is a good friend and one of the finest photographers in North Carolina—hell, even in the whole country.
http://www.mattcuda.com/ [44]

Mt. Mitchell Weather – Mount Mitchell State Park, Burnsville, NC Weather Station.
http://climate.ncsu.edu/cronos/?station=MITC [45]

pronunciation guide for unix – all the silly little slang words like bang, splat, sharp, and hook are explained
http://www.ss64.com/bashsyntax/pronounce.html [51]

Staggering Beauty – Don't visit if you're epileptic.
http://www.staggeringbeauty.com/ [132]

Stellarium – free open source planetarium software (works pretty good as a star chart too)
http://www.stellarium.org/ [54]

The End of the Internet – Had to happen sometime.
http://www.1112.net/lastpage.html [52]

The Useless Web – Find a random useless web site with each mouse click. Wait... Most of the web is useless, right?
http://www.theuselessweb.com/ [130]

TNT Fireworks – Pretty darn good fireworks. We've been using them for the last few years. Good show.
http://www.tntfireworks.com/ [57]

Tom Sachs – One of the coolest—not necessarily the best, but definitely one of the coolest—artists alive today.
http://tomsachs.org/ [133]

United States Constitution – Full text of our nation's founding document which we have largely abandoned in the years since it was written. Includes all the amendments.
http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/ [49]

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