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sbnation.com/a/17776-football

It's not all about sports, i promise. It is, however, one of the best uses of hypertext for storytelling i've seen in a long, long time. I don't want to spoil it, so go read it for yourself!
Also by Jon Bois: The Bob Emergency
Created 12017-07-05, added to list 12020-02-13

billwurtz.com

Bill Wurtz's home page is wonderfully... not minimalist, but very bare-bones. It's got all sorts of hidden nooks and crannies; the anagrams page is a personal favourite.
Also by Bill Wurtz: La de da de da de da de day oh
Created c. 12005, added to list 12020-02-13

cuberule.com

A delightful and objective categorisation of carbohydrate-based foods. We can finally be sure that a hot dog is, in fact, a sandwich, although this also requires accepting that pork pies are a calzone.
Created 12018-10-17, added to list 12020-02-13

everynoise.com

You may be disappointed that it doesn't literally play every noise at once. But it's a fascinating data-driven look at how music is categorised, and incidentally a pretty good tool for discovering new artists!
Created 12013-03-22, added to list 12020-02-13

href.cool

oh shit things just got meta
A directory of links that were my main inspiration in creating this page. There's so much cool stuff here, and i still haven't reached the bottom.
Also by Kicks Condor: their blog
Created 12013-03-22, added to list 12020-02-13

1pixelmoon.com 🆕

A simultaneously tedious and engaging explanation of just how big space is.
Created c. 12014-03-04, added to list 12020-02-26

incognitube.com 🆕

Random Youtube videos with under 100 views; a fascinating glimpse into things that might never have been meant to be seen. (Also, a lot of foreign pop music.)
Created c. 12015-05-10, added to list 12020-02-26

pluto.zone

Pluto was beautiful. Pluto was there when you needed it. And then one day, it wasn't anymore. I'm linking to an archived version here, but the original will never be forgotten.
Created 12015-09-06, disappeared c. 12019-04, added to list 12020-02-13

scp-wiki.net

You've probably already heard of this if you've spent any length of time on the Internet, but it's still great. A giant compendium of horror, sci-fi, and just plain weird tales and documents that'd take you years to read in its entirety.
Created 12007-06-22, added to list 12020-02-13

99percentinvisible.org/episode/ten-thousand-years

The ways we've come up with to communicate the danger posed by radioactive waste to future generations fascinate me to no end. Land art and green cats are just some of the interesting ones!
Created 12014-05-12, added to list 12020-02-13

timecube.com†

No matter how weird you think the Time Cube story is, it always seems to get weirder.
Created c. 11997, disappeared c. 12015-08, added to list 12020-02-13

en.wikipedia.org

Wikipedia can be considered living proof that humans are, fundamentally, nice. The fact that we've managed to keep an online encyclopædia running (ad-free, even!) for twenty years without it completely burning to the ground is really one of our greatest achievements, right up there alongside fire, electricity, and that time people raised 350 000 USD for charity purely to spite Graham Linehan.
Created 12001-01-15, added to list 12020-02-13

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