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Last updated on September 26, 2020.

Directories: 32 (not counting shortcuts).
Shortcuts: 8 (@ symbol).
Websites/Web Pages: 64.


Commerce/
  Biblio — an online bookstore specializing in rare and collectible books.
  eBay — an online multinational marketplace.
  United Nuclear — sells scientific equipment and supplies (chemicals and other materials). Even sells uranium!

Computers/
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├─Archives/
│   Text Files — a large (more than 58 thousand files) archive of mostly BBS era text files.
│   The Eye — an archive of a wide range of data.
│   The Internet Archive — a non-profit digital library of more than 400 billion web pages, millions of public-domain books, movies, music, software, and more. The Internet Archive regularly takes snapshots of websites, archiving them, and its Wayback Machine allows people to visit these archived versions of websites.
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├─Computer_Science@ (../Science/Computer_Science/)
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├─Games/
│   TypeRacer — a multiplayer online browser typing game. Whoever types the fastest wins.
│   Windows 93 — a Windows 93 parody game that actually has a lot of content.
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├─Privacy_And_Security/
│ │ Dig Deeper — contains articles about privacy, software, and society.
│ │ Have I Been Pwned? — lets you check if your account has been compromised in a data breach.
│ │ Spyware Watchdog — classifies spyware programs based on how much data they collect on the user.
│ │ That One Privacy Site — contains information about VPN and e-mail service privacy.
│ │ The Illustrated TLS Connection — illustrates and explains a TLS connection byte by byte.
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│ └─Cryptography@ (../../Science/Cryptography/)
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├─Internet/
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│ ├─BitTorrent/
│ │   1337x — a searchable torrent index.
│ │   The Pirate Bay — a searchable torrent index that everyone knows and loves.
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│ ├─Forums@ (World_Wide_Web/Internet_Forums/)
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│ ├─News@ (World_Wide_Web/News/)
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│ ├─URLs/
│ │   AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA — a URL lengthener.
│ │   ShadyURL — turns your URL into a suspicious and frightening one.
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│ └─World_Wide_Web/
│   │ The World Wide Web Consortium — the main international standards organisation for the World Wide Web.
│   │ W3Schools — offers tutorials and references for Web development languages.
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│   ├─Directories/
│   │   Beyond The Black Stump — a human-sorted website directory that has been online since 1995.
│   │   Curlie — DMOZ’s successor.
│   │   districts on Neocities — a Neocities website directory, which is sorted into different categories.
│   │   DMOZ (dead, static mirror) — a humongous, comprehensive human-edited Web directory, which was shut down on March 17, 2017.
│   │   Peelopaalu — an unsorted link directory with random links the creator, Snooper, finds interesting. Peelopaalu is the inspiration for this website and the source of a chunk of its interesting links.
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│   ├─History/
│   │   http://info.cern.ch/ — the home of the very first website.
│   │   The Old Net — view archived versions of websites from 1994 to 2005.
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│   ├─Internet_Forums/
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│   │ └─Imageboards/
│   │     4chan — an anonymous imageboard with a variety of topics.
│   │     Postbox Garden — an imageboard where posts can only be made by physically mailing them to the owner.
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│   ├─News/
│   │   SPIDR — an AI-powered news aggregator that groups similar news together to provide fast access to relevant news from different viewpoints.
│   │   Windy — displays wind and weather patterns, forecasts on a map.
│   │   wttr.in — a console-oriented weather forecast service.
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│   ├─Personal_Web_Pages@ (../../../Society/People/Personal_Web_Pages/)
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│   ├─Search_Engines/
│   │   FileChef — a search engine for files.
│   │   GifCities — an animated GIF search engine created by the Internet Archive.
│   │   Mojeek — a search engine that provides unbiased results by using its own web crawler.
│   │   Wiby — a simple search engine for simple and classic websites.
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│   ├─Video_Platforms/
│   │   BitChute — an alternative to YouTube, as it promotes free speech. It contains mostly far-right content.
│   │   LiveLeak — the home of graphic content.
│   │   PeerTube — a free and open-source, decentralized, and federated video platform.
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│   └─Web_Hosting_Services/
│       Neocities — a free static website hosting service.
│       OoCities — extremely large Geocities archive.
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├─Software/
│   cat-v — hosts various random projects.
│   suckless — creates minimalist free and open-source software programs.
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└─World Wide Web@ (Internet/World_Wide_Web/)

Recreation/
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├─Aviation/
│   Flightradar24 — displays real-time aircraft flight information on a map.
│   Plane Crash Info — contains lots and lots of information about plane crashes.
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└─Games@ (../Computers/Games/)

Reference/
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├─Dictionaries/
│   Urban Dictionary — a crowdsourced online dictionary for any word or thing, including slang.
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├─Encylcopedias/
│   Wikipedia — a free multilingual encylcopedia maintained as an open collaboration project by volunteer editors. It is, however, very biased (archive).
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└─Maps/
    OpenStreetMap — a free and open-source, editable map of the world that is being built by volunteers largely from scratch.

Science/
│ NEWTON — Ask A Scientist (dead, archived) — an online repository of over 20,000 science questions submitted by school children that were answered with grade-level appropriate answers by a volunteer group of scientists. It was shut down on March 1, 2015.
│ NUKEMAP — visualises the effects of the detonation of a nuclear bomb.
│ Sci-Hub — provides free access to millions of research papers and books.
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├─Computer_Science/
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│ └─Artificial_Intelligence/
│     Talk to Transformer — a modern neural network that completes your inputted text.
│     This Cat Does Not Exist — endlessly generates photorealistic images of cats that do not exist.
│     This Person Does Not Exist — endlessly generates photorealistic images of people that do not exist.
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├─Cryptography/
│   Ciphers By Ritter — provides great information about cryptography and surrounding fields.
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└─Mathematics/
    RANDOM.ORG — offers many types of random number generators.

Society/
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└─People/
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  └─Personal Web Pages/  #Friends also linked here. Bad descriptions.
    │ num @ soda — Num’s personal website.
    │ The art and counter-criticism site of Miles Williams Mathis — Miles Mathis’ personal website, in which he thoroughly exposes fake events, errors in science, and more.
    │ Eric S. Raymond’s Home Page — Eric S. Raymond’s personal website.
    │ Ernests’ Personal Website — Ernests’ personal website, in which he devolves into utter insanity.
    │ Luke Smith’s Homepage — Luke Smith’s personal website.
    │ Ray Peat’s Website — Ray Peat’s personal website that contains his actually amazing research in aging, nutrition, and hormones.
    │ Richard Stallman’s Personal Page — Richard Stallman’s personal website.
    │ Se7en’s Webpage — Se7en’s personal website.
    │ Snooper’s Website — Snooper’s personal website.
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    └─Web_Hosting_Services@ (../../../Computers/Internet/World_Wide_Web/Web_Hosting_Services/)