These are the top ten loved up world wide web locations this week.
They have been selected completely subjectively by our workgroup and are all bursting with
creative talent, vision, and/or merit.
The love fest is actively seeking to replace these listings with new visions of possibilities
and web constructs which offer a glimpse of new magnitudes in people's online intercoures.
Please help by tipping us off to what we have missed. A blank to enter interesting pointers
is at the end of the love fest top ten list..
The Mercury Project is a classic site which is still a must see. This oldie but goodie is already
several months old. Noteably, this project was the subject of an article in Newsweek magazine
because of it's merit as a milestone in the developement of the world wide web.
What is so special about the Mercury Project is that it actually does something. You push
a button somewhere in Japan and a robot moves in Nevada.
More importantly, this site actually creates a "place". This place has photos, stories, area -
it really is a robot in the nuclear wasteland.
Gothic Pickup Lines
Edited by Bob. This page is good for a few laughs. Talk about your time capsule. I hope nobody
reads this when they dig up our backup disks from the lead lined vaults in a million years.
Hissssssss Booooooo The Moumar Quadaffi and Saddham Hussien of the internet - at least as
the typical bandwidth hugger PC "the internet is for learning and scientific institutions" types
would tell it. What's so bad about commercializing the internet? This award is just for an
out and out good topic for a page. Inquiring minds need to know...
Yahoo! is a very good overview list that doesn't put you through page after page
of selection to get to the coo. This is a good example of a level of their database,
the level of stuff that sort of does something.
We have tested our servers here and met many active hypertext artists. A 24 hour posting to
this live selector nets us around 300 different people that pop in as a result. Keep up on
the whetstone where the cutting edge is honed.
Our homeboys at clark.net. I have never met or spoken with them, but for some reason MurpleWeb
linked up real early to the love fest. This set of work shows the power of the human for
intuitively filtering and compiling material in a way that couldn't be done with 50 supercomputers.
16th July 1945, 5:29:45 A.M. Trinity site@Alamogordo test range, Jornada del Muerto desert.
If the radiance of a thousand suns
NUKES? You want NUKES? This archival effort has compiled a pile of nuclear bomb material that
staggers the brain. Some people think they look cool, some people think bomb sounds like
mom and god and jah. This fellow is in it for more than the visual beauty.
Were to burst at once into the sky,
That would be like the splendor of the Mighty
I am become Death,
The shatterer of Worlds.
Someone nominated this site for an award on the form below. Uncle Bob is lovin' life. A webserver
is like the Winnebago of the '90's. Climb right on up inside that big old motorhome and tour. The
ultimite romantic notion: alone on the big road.
They kicked the love fest off the Revolving Door like a big bully. If you were to look in the
ultimate encyclopedia under "GODZILLA", this is what would come out. A fine resource, diligently
compiled by a true lover. Thanks Mel!
You know the feeling you had when you discovered DOOM, Mosaic then Netscape, and cuseeme?
Webchat is the same way. You know this is yet another magnitude of possibilities for the
linking of the 'net, even though it's not too fancy yet. The WebChat is magnificent in that
the load of the whole operation is spread around on the servers of the actual chatters.
Now enter a page that you think should be on the love fest top ten.