I am making this thread for people to put one (1) link a day in. I'm making it because during the course of my internet day, I usually come across a few links that I find interesting. So interesting that I want to share them with people at Hatrack, but not interesting enough that I want to take the energy to comment on them. That is, to the degree that I'd like to, anyway.
I hope other people feel the same way. I would love for there to be a way to peer over the shoulders of some of the posters here and see what the garganto-brains on this forum read and expand my own horizons. That's what this thread is for. I hope everyone will use this thread to put links in that they find thought provoking or humorous or stupid, that you want to share with the forum but don't exactly feel like commenting on. Or maybe you want to see if it's interesting enough that other people will comment on it. Whatever.
Here's the thing, though. If a link put in this thread makes you want to take the time to respond or comment on it in any substantive way, beyond a few sentence gush or blurb, make another thread about it so this one doesn't get bogged down, k?
WebAttack. This site has a lot of really great programs to download, both freeware and trial versions. Don't worry, it's all legal and sponsered by the programs themselves (well the creators anyway ).
Yes, it's irreverent as all get out. But come on, some of these representations of Jesus need to be laughed out. You can keep browsing them all day. This one is one of my favs.
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Ned Wright's Cosmology Tutorial. A lot of people are curious about cosmology on the forum, and this site from a UCLA astronomer tries to explain cosmology without higher math, just high school algebra and geometry. I haven't explored this site in depth, I plan to.
Good link to Transparency Int'l, Storm.
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