O.K., so a picture of a lynx is neither particularly clever nor particularly original as a symbol for a links page. Just another way to inhibit your download speed and make this a less enjoyable visit. Doesn't it seem that a lot of sites treat their visitors that way?
These are a few of the sites that I find interesting to visit and that you might enjoy also.
|Merriam-Webster. Yes, the dictionary folks. They have a fine, on-line dictionary and thesaurus and some other cool stuff, but this link is specifically for their Game of the Day. I prefer the Flip Flop.|
|Bad Science, a page that attempts to sensitize teachers and students to examples of the bad science often taught in schools, universities, and offered in popular articles and even textbooks.|
|Art Crimes, a gallery et. al. related to graffiti and street art. I had the pleasure a few years ago of working in the same organization as Susan Farrell who originated this site as part of her master's project in the field of Literature, Communication, and Culture. It has grown substantially since then.|
|Frank and Ernest, the only commercial (newspaper) comic I check regularly on the web. It is funny (at least to my senses) essentially every day. I had to resort to the web after it was dropped by the paper I read.|
|Dr. Fun, the only non-commercial comic I check regularly on the web. I used to find it funny every day. Either I changed or the comic did, but it is still funny often enough to warrant looking at it the five days a week it appears. Funny or not, it is almost guaranteed to be warped.|
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