Ecanus•net :: Links
So here we are on the obligatory links page where I tell you where the good places are to visit...so, how long have you got? My bookmarks list on my computer at the last count was 1371 bookmarks, and it's probably grown since then. I keep them all organised and synchronised between my PC and laptop with Foxmarks, which I use with the ever so lovely Firefox web browser. There you go! That's two links for you already!
Okay then, here's my current top 10 favourite sites, not in any particular order...
- IconBuffet: home of oodles and oodles of simply gorgeous free icons for the pixelly addicted to collect
- IB Geek Girls: The Blog. The IB Geek Girls are a group of pixelly addicted female types who met in the all you can eat buffet known as IconBuffet. They have two things in common – they're girls, and they're seriously geeky
- The Pirates Forum: join with the IB Pirates and "Snipe the World!"™
- CSSPlay: oodles and oodles of clever things done with CSS
- userscripts.org: scripts for the Firefox plugin Greasemonkey that allows you to change how your favorite pages behave and look.
- userstyles.org: a simple way to change the look of websites and Mozilla applications using the Stylish Firefox, Thunderbird, Flock, SeaMonkey, Mozilla Suite, and Songbird extension.
- Beast–Blog.com: Mike Cherim's blog – a source of inspiration on matters webby and design related with an emphasis on usability and accessibility
- Wikipedia: the web's biggest and best free multilingual encyclopaedia
- The BookClub Forum: if you love books and talking about books, this is the place to be!
Ah, "but what are the other 1300–odd bookmarks about?" you're wondering, aren't you? Well, thanks to the wonders of modern technology, you can explore my recently added bookmarks on del.icio.us and my tag cloud. "What's a tag cloud?" you're wondering, aren't you? Well in short it's the big jumble of words below. Big words (that's size not the length of the word!) mean I've got a lot of bookmark's tagged with that description; smaller words mean I've got fewer links tagged with that description. Go ahead and click one to go to del.icio.us and see what I've got! You can also see my newest bookmarks down at the bottom of the page – stuff that I've added to del.icio.us recently.