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User Friendly the Comic Strip
 
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Slashdot:News for Nerds. Stuff that Matters.
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Intellicast
 
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Mint Linux
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Suse Linux
Debian GNU/Linux
Red Hat Linux
Wine Development HQ
FreeDOS
QNX Software Systems Ltd.
Directory of /pub/apple_II/images
 
Browsers
Download Firefox ESR (Extended Support Release)
TenFourFox - Firefox for MacOS X PPC
Netlabs - Firefox for OS/2
Adblock Plus :: Add-ons for Firefox (Can't browse the web without this anymore!!)
Ghostery :: Add-ons for Firefox (Protect your privacy from trackers)
Opera
Apple Safari
Chrome
Netscape Browser Archive - SillyDog701
evolt.org - Browser Archive
Lynx Information
 
Browser Related
MozillaZine Forums
98lite: Windows98 *without* IE
'NTML Authorization Proxy Server'.
The Mozilla Museum
Pretty much OK with . . .
 
Microsoft Related
Usability Expert: Windows 8 on PCs is Confusing, a Cognitive Burden
Windows 7 Sins
No OOXML
U.S. v. Microsoft
NOVELL: What Microsoft Doesn't Want You to Know
Windows95 Annoyances
Microsoft End User License Agreement
Internet Explorer Error Message Art
Internet Explorer Voodoo Doll
xBill for Wingdows
If you design your site only for IE then you are a terrorist!
Switch Gates
KMFMS
Beat up Bill and MS commercial parody
Jim's Home Page
Windows Gone Bad
The MSBC Superlist of Anti-Microsoft Web Sites
Anti-Microsoft/Wintel Campaign Headquarters
CNET News.com - Expert says IE can be removed from Windows
Trusted Computing: Trusted by Whom?
Anti IE
 
Fun Links
Obsolete Computer Museum
The official 5.25" disk sleeve archive!
Mars Exploration Page
Corporate BS Generator
 
TV Resources
Comcast is Evil!
OTA TV
 
Doom
ZDoom
Chocolate Doom
JDoom
Doomsday
Software Archiving
BitSavers.org
WinWorld Online Museum
The Vintage Computer Forums
Unprotects
More Unprotects
Daves Old Computers - Disk/Software Image Archive
ASIMOV Apple II Archive
ASIMOV Updates
Disk archive utility collection
 
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