4,500 news sources updated continuously.
What's hot, what's not: most popular names since 1880.
Compare your beliefs to world religions: serious fun.
Pixels in action: funny, charming, observant.
World's only automatic generator of unreal news headlines.
(submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org)
Ze's Page [www.zefrank.com]
Humor, insight, visual delights, dancing lessons from a Flash
Watch, listen, explore
America's Tragedy as seen by
the World [http://thankyou.familytravelforum.com]/
Pictures say it all.
Book of TYPOBEAT [www.yugop.com]
Reactive typographics, dancing letters: marvelous.
Cantor Families [www.cantorfamilies.com]
Family and friends remember loved ones lost on Sept.
Very elegant. I'd give up TV to watch this site.
(submitted by MaryAnn Aue)
Exhibit 13 www.exhibit13.com
Spare, elegant, overwhelmingly human; from Blue Man
Interactive storytelling: great reading, gorgeous site.
Internet Archive Wayback Machine
Favorite sites as they were: pick URL & year.
Digital photojournalism: the best of old + new media
World-beat web design: Quirky, impractical, imaginative,
Milton Glaser [www.miltonglaserposters.com]
A visual and intellectual feast from a master of design.
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Saul Bass on the Web [www.saulbass.net]
Online tribute to one of the world's greatest designers.
Poster Collection http://swissposters.library.cmu.edu/Swiss/
Influential designs from 1971 to present, organized
This American Life [www.thislife.org]
The lost art of storytelling, found.
(submitted by Wally Rehm)
Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries [http://www.yhchang.com]
Flash-powered food for thought: minimalist monologues.
The Visual Thinking Weblog [http://xplane.com/xblog/]
Wide-ranging & useful links & comments.
Good to know
Ad Slogans Unlimited
Free advice about creating effective names and taglines
Comparison shop for nearly anything: fast, easy, comprehensive.
The bottom line cost, including shipping, on tons of
The Hunger Site [www.thehungersite.com]
Give food to a hungry world with a mouseclick.
Urban Legends Reference
Don't forward that scarey email until you check
A List Apart: For people who make websites
Discusses the Web, from the Big Picture to the nitty-gritty.
A free search engine for your site - works great.
Boxes and Arrows [www.boxesandarrows.com/]
Thoughtful discussion about bringing order to the digital
Cool Home Pages [www.coolhomepages.com]
Lots of examples, divided by category.
Hotwired RGB Gallery
Tasty multimedia samples: HTML, Java, DHTML, Flash;
Jakob Nielsen's Use-It [www.useit.com]
Designers take heed! Learn how people REALLY use the
Web Design for Designers [www.wpdfd.com/index.htm]
Good advice, tips, lots on design, a little technique.
Webmonkey for Kids
Grownups too! Learn about the Web & have fun.
Webpages That Suck [www.webpagesthatsuck.com]
Learn from other peoples' mistakes (before you make
Zeldman's Daily Report [www.zeldman.com]
Web news, Web gossip, Astounding sites, free stuff
Emigre TypeTease [www.emigre.com/Typetease/]
Test-drive fonts from a leader in modern typography.
EyeWire Type Viewer [www.eyewire.com/type/viewer/]
Your words, their fonts: try before you buy.
Font Search Engine
Find what you want by name, style, foundry, designer,
Search, browse, try, buy: the ultimate type/font
with funny names
Ask Jeeves [www.askjeeves.com]
Ask him anything-some answers are better than your question!
Fetches answers from many sources; fast, friendly, obedient.
Really simple, really fast, really useful search engine.
Great tips & techniques for using Photoshop &
Director & Flash techniques, features,
demos, worldwide job listings, too!
The Director Mothership: your questions answered, and
Making Your Movie
Simple, painless — and very useful — guide
to telling your story.
Documents & images tell America's story, most copyright
Octavo: Digital Rare Books
Strange bedfellows: the oldest books via the newest
Education & learning
AIGA Advance for Design [http://advance.aiga.org]
Moving graphic design into the world of experience design.
KSUCDA Summer Workshops [http://dept.kent.edu/art/KSUCDA/]
Topical, enjoyable, intense...one changed my life in
Links to design schools around the world.
Books & more: e-commerce done the right way.
Apple Computer [www.apple.com]
Fast, good-looking, interesting: the site & the