The following links lead to some of the more entertaining places I've found
while wasting untold hours cruising the net.
h2g2, the Hitch Hiker's
Guide to the Galaxy, the Earth Edition.
"21 years ago, almost to the year, the inimitable
Douglas Adams lay drunk in a field, thinking about the galaxy, and how
you might find your way around it. His solution, the 'Guide', was an
ingenious device that offered advice about almost any place, object,
entity or event you might care to name all at the convenience of your
Color Landform Atlas of the
United States. Version 2 of the Color Landform Atlas of the
United States from JHU-APL.
is a communal cassarole of information created by the
deranged collective imagination of Rob Malda, and Nate Oostendorp.
ExploraNet! Exploratorium Home Page with over 650 interactive
"hands-on" exhibits. Located at the Palace of Fine Arts, Marina Blvd.
at Lyon St., in San Francisco.
Express Tour of the Solar System.
A quick look around the neighborhood.
If you've never seen a satellite travel across the sky (with your naked
eye), then you're missing out on an incredible experience. It's rather
cool to see a "star-like" object travel on a straight trajectory (best
viewed over five hundred specific satellites (in their Earth
orbit). You can rotate the 3D image around to get a better view, get
detailed info on any given satellite, and zoom in and out. Requires
The Virtual Tourest. A guide for the virtual tourist containing
lots of travel info and links.
Official Internet Site of The Ministry of Tourism, Egypt The Egyptian
The Jerusalem Mosaic
at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The George Goble extended home page. A perenial favorite,
check it out and see why.
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche.
The Nietzsche Page at the University of Southern California's Annenberg
School for Communication.