When I started wandering around, and felt a bit overwhelmed, I decided to organize things according to the ways I think. Here you'll find powerful searching engines; breaking news from everywhere; business information; technical tools; pitches for compelling ideas, causes and projects; and fascinating windows on every human interest.
This is effectively the Grand Links Version 2.0. (It had reached 130K as a single page.) I've broken the pages into four topical parts, with a Master Index on this page that will take you to sections of the four parts. Each Topical Links part has its own Mini-Index. I've designed these pages so you can save them locally (as source or html), keep them open, and them for jumping off.
One final suggestion: If you do save the page on your drive, check back and look at the "last modified date" to see what's new. Or if you want to find out automatically when one is next updated, just register http://www.nlightning.com/bookmarks.html at the handy new URL-minder. (You can register all your favorite spots one-by-one with this helpful robot.)
To your pleasure and enlightenment! --Felix Kramer
P.S. I'm pleased that Media and Democracy, a book of readings and resources, published in February 1996 by The Institute for Alternative Journalism, said of the first version of this page "could be the motherboard of all link pages for progressives and media activists."
Grand Links Topical List Part 1: Lists, Searches and News (36K)
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You're welcome to suggest other or better sites to list or even whole new categories--I'm all modems.
Send your comments and suggestions for this page to Felix Kramer: <email@example.com>
For help with this page, thanks especially to Larry Aronson, author of HTML 3 Manual of Style, who's always there when I need advice, Clay Shirky, Author of Voices from the Net, who gave me my first bookmarks, HTML ace Courtney Pulitzer, Susan M. Thomas,
and of course, Peter Brooks, developer of the SlipKnot Web browser, who is still having fun.
Copyright © 1996 by Felix Kramer