|Check These Sites Out
NOTE: All links are external!
What is This?
Just listing a few sites as a way to show support. Or maybe because I think these sites are neat, I wanted to put them somewhere in a place.
I didn't put everything here — So consider checking out the rest of our Neocities followers!
|Other Cool Sites & HyperLinks|
Zoology 101 : This is a series featuring a protogen that explains Zoology for beginners.
Lissa Explains All : Here’s an old 90s site that’s still running well. If you want to learn HTML (the programming language used to make a webpage/website) and some of its basics, try this!
AntsCanada: All you need to know about raising ants!
Planet Science : Here, you get to know all about space and planets.
MRE Info : All about U.S. military operational rations.
Archive.org : Library consisting of millions of free books, movies, software, as well as a "time-machine" that you can use to see archives of websites back in 1996-present.
We have a few other random educational links you can see in our articles page listed in the right column.
Hyperlinks with more entertainment related content.
Spy VS Spy HQ : An unofficial site of a political cartoon featuring two black and white spies.
Cameron’s World : This is a webpage all consisting of literally only GIFS from Geocitites
Oocities.org : A repository archive for old Geocities webpages made by people in the 90s - 2000s.
Geocities Gallery : Another repository archive for old Geocities webpages made by people in the 90s - 2000s.
Roly Polys World : Archive website of a partially lost Osamu Sato video game.
Atom Smasher : Site where you get to generate fake funny graphics and more
FireAlpaca : My primary digital painting/graphics software
W3Schools : I'm sure almost every web programmer knows this but if you have no idea how to start a webpage you can also use this free tutorial!!!!!!!!!!!!
Gifcities : This is where I steal graphics (not fully public domain probably)
Brackets : This is usually where I use a test preview for my layouts and coding
Everything else I use are softwares that are automatically downloaded in my laptop, but I don't really use them. (I use the stuff listed above more)