Pages Enhanced for Lynx
Pages Optimized for Lynx
The Marxists have their pages, the Satanists as well, what do you
mean we can't? To get your pages listed on this testament of purity,
send mail to
firstname.lastname@example.org. Take a
look at the antics of the infidels at * Dehanced for Lynx.
I must confess that this is a rather motley crew we have here. I've
put this list together largely from e-mail I get, but once in a while I
find an especially interesting page on my own that I add to this page. The
page was getting to be really unwieldy as a list, so I split it up into
rather broad categories. Hopefully this'll make for more interesting
browsing in the Lynx Enhanced world. And the categories are <insert
* Subir Grewal's Home Page, baptized November
* Brandi Weed's
* Fil's home page,
more information on electronics than you'll know what to do with.
Moranec, or Commodore, Commodore!
* D. Joseph Creighton
who has a * mirror of the NOTscape Certified and * Lynx
* Steven Morgan
Friedman's homepage, that perhaps isn't a homepage after all. Take
a look at Steve's * Resources on Bad Web Pages.
* Alvian Tam's homepage.
* Kim Rollins'
homepage, self-confessedly typical.
* Chris Gray's "Kiffer" website,
which includes his personal pages and some other stuff.
* Darin McGrew, info on
Shape N Race Derby Cars and other assorted esoterica.
* David Adams, hyperbole
was always interesting.
* Michael Johnson's homepage.
* Yeechang Lee's
* Steve Lionel
* Mike Batchelor's web page, don't
forget to look at the Ode to Lynx.
* Cindy Tittle Moore,
FAQ maintainer extraordinaire.
* William Denton, whose home
page resembles a warm open hearth, maintains the * Frank Sinatra page.
* T P Uschanov's page,
links galore from a philosoher who likes Monty Python.
* Bonni Hall, never
could resist Monty Python.
Spath, homemaker on the Net.
* M. Edward Borasky's
homepage, the Computational Finance Job Bank and other things besides.
* Peter Seebach, C ace,
author of "Infrequently Asked Questions on comp.lang.c." and
* Beads Land,
Information Landscaper, maintainer of the Rebecca Grayheart and EastEnders
fan pages, and sometime webmaster for the * Graduate School of Arts and Science at NYU.
Markowitz's homepage, or Cultural Studies Central, icons of our
* Mark McConnell's
pages including his * Grand Alaskan
Vacation pages celebrating the last frontier.
* Andrew Kuchling's pages
speak for themselves, clear, well organized and chock full of
information on Python, MST3 and Robertson Davies.
* Tara Edwards, blunt
* Rob Szarka,
economist at large on the Web
* David Sewell,
hypertext and the old-fashioned kind.
* Joe Clark and the
hyperopionated hypertext story.
Athaneaum and more about Unitarian Universalism.
* Daryl Mitchell,
lyric visual beauty in text. One of the few pages that looks
truly beautiful as a result of textual structuring.
Relax, check our herbal tea recipies, with * Scotty
* The website formerly
known as St John's homepage funky Mac programs and Bob Dole?
* Ralf W.
Stephan maintains EARS (speech recognition for Unix)
Behemoth Win95 and Win3.1 software, Alaskan links and all jazzed up
* Tina Marie Holmboe's
page. Chicken galore?
* Kevin's Page full of
* Adam Spiers homepage
all his interests in one place.
Morgan's home and * HTML
resources for Lynx users. Building homes on the Net.
* Nick Rusnov and his
collection of named machines (no, not name-d, named).
* Mark Schumann, fellow
* W.B. and the Dutch
* Dear Old Dad, ranting from
* Brian Schend's
completely random page
* Mike Olund, zen with a
* Terri Thorson,
* Jesus Castagnetto and
chemistry at NYU
* Leslie, rest easy.
* Spatula Planet 3 hours
of sleep and an attitude, nuff said
* dcase minimalism with a
twist of lime
* Tim Skirvin just
* Curt's Korner
* Elizabeth Knuth
* PsiPhi has
pages on DS9, Voyager and other arcana that probably won't change the
fate of the world, but then perhaps it will.
The * HTML guide in
German at the * Agricultural
University in Vienna, the Web isn't all anglo-phone you know.
* Royal Holloway & Bedford New
College, University of London
The * Campus
crusade for Christ, a set of well organized and informative pages.
* CAST, the Center for Applied
Special Technology (Universal Design for Learning)
* WebAble, gently reminding us of the
needs of those we may wish to reach
* Champaign-Urbana Commodore Users
Group, who've been Lynx enhanced long before it was
* Student Information Processing
Board at MIT, valuable information in a readable form.
* National Center for Accessible
Media, much information for disabled Netizens.
* MADD home page
* USS Powhattan
leaving on its five year mission Real Soon Now.
* Order of Saint Benedict
continuing a centuries' old tradition of hospitality.
* Jericho, VT an
* JACS: Jews in recovery from
alcoholism andd drug abuse
The * Jane Austen
Info page, this is what I call comprehensive.
The * Churchyard/Orr
Family Museum, the place to go if you're searching for your past.
* The Appalachian Trail
Information on the * French
West Indies at * The
* Graphology, or
* Skate Central Homepage,
everything you wanted to know about Ice skating.
* fastWEB: Financial Aid Search
Through the Web, considering just how many students there are on the
web, this seems like one of the more logical extensions of Webability.
* World Cup Soccer,
served Lynx style ;~)
* Theology on the Web,
resources maintained by Tim Hawes on questions of being.
* CancerGuide, learn more about
the disease and its ramifications.
* GaffaWeb, Kate Bush and
* Agent J's workshop, MiSTy
to the core.
* Publicly Accessible
Mailing Lists, the rundown on almost every public mailing list out
* Unicorn Research an MBA
database and more
* All Saints Home Page cheese
and wine for the stranded Net-traveller
* Mystic Gateway the path
to holistic medicine
Coaster Almanac, taking you for the ride of your life.
* Esmerel, Unicorn Quest, wagons
* Baf's guide to the
Interactive Fiction archive a must for text afficiondos.
Yes, TDLoTEP is a mouthful but these are pages that are of use to
every, and I mean everyone who's interested in text.
Lynx links | * Subir Grewal | email@example.com.