Neologue temporary links page, for until the site gets moved over
to the new version of MMSS or whatever else. Mostly here as an alternative
to adding links to my old site's links page, as that's now
awkward to update; as such, I've left out a lot that was already in there.
- My old site on
Angelfire which I have mostly abandoned. Has nothing whatsoever to do
with actual duologues, that was just its damn name! :P *sigh* The
name was originally vaguely relevant, but eh. It's also a bit boring,
despite occasional lunacy.
And yes, the name of the new site is based largely on being a new version
- A Cat In The Post, Alex's
new site! I dunno if he's given up on his old site or what. Either way, I
look forward to seeing where this is leading... I'm guessing it won't be
a mail-order petshop, although he could surprise us all.
- Sara Stewart Communications,
for tech-writery goodness and such! The lady to ask if you need a user
guide for your software, or some sort of courseware made, or something
like that. Not so much if you want a new telephone exchange installed,
or a satellite launched, not that sort of communications.
- John Cartlidge, sadly
Johnny was in a terrible accident in which he lost his nose, chin, and half
of his left ear. Ok not really, I made it up, that's just how his (actually
quite cool) picture there looks. SORRY JOHN! ^_^ Most of the publicly
accessible area of the site is about his great scientific achievements,
which include keeping his nose although he doesn't actually mention that
for some reason. Actually it's pretty brilliant stuff. Other parts are
password-protected, so most of you are spared the horror of the song we
recorded about 10y ago (actually I still quite like it). Hopefully will
be updated again sometime.
UPDATE:Ooops, apparently John's site has gone tits-up and will be
uh, indisposed or something for a while. Meanwhile he suggests I link his
business site instead.
- Name Removed, comics by Nick Wolfe:
Quite funny, usually random comic mostly featuring a cast of monsters, plus
some occasional other comics. Updates very often. Deserves to be much more
- Fish Factory comics:
rather well-done (but in many cases horrible) funny comics. Some is Not
Safe For Work. Includes a few different series, each with their own distinct
style or theme, interspersed with random individual strips. Another comic
that deserves to be much more popular.
- Raymondo Person:
Another not-so-mainstream webcomic, but this is NOT REMOTELY
SAFE FOR WORK, SCHOOL, OR HOME. You
are only able to view it in a secure underground bunker, with nobody else
within 50m, and if you can get through the whole thing without being offended
in any way at least once (or appalled), there's probably something very wrong
with you. But it is funny. Well most of it.
- Li'l Denver Pastrami,
another lovely little webcomic, about a man who lives with a young hyperactive
sausage with magic powers. Ahem. Vaaaaguely unsafe for work due to
occasional expletives and innuendo, but not really offensive. Art is a bit
rough in parts, but it's individual and improves, and I find the strip
hilarious. Sadly the web versions have apparently ended*, although there is
now a print version, and you can still read the old episodes in the archives.
(*-NOTE: I have heard that he's considering maybe resuming the web strip
again too some time, so perhaps they're not stopped forever after all...)
- Scratchin Post, a pretty
funny and silly webcomic centring on a scatterbrained dog and a Russian
cat who are housemates in the town of Scratchin Post. Safe for work and
family and probably your dog and cat too.
- "Lords" browser game,
it's quite a good game that you can (in some circumstances anyway) just spend
a few minutes a day playing, in a fairly standard browser. The aim is to
have the top score (or be in the high score list at least) at the end of
the round, each round lasts about 90 days(ish).
If you join via that link, it'll ask you if
you want me to be your "sovereign" in game, which means we each benefit a
little on days when the other logs in; there's no responsibility or
disadvantage to having a sovereign, but you can still choose not to.
- Ghyll Lexicon game/RPG:
not really sure how to categorise this. It's an instance of "Lexicon, the
RPG", which is sort of a game, in which you work on a wiki about an
imaginary world alongside other players, according to a set of rules. Um.
They explain it much better there, and the results are pretty cool.
Unfortunately it's on rather long hiatus, as the founder/moderator had to
take an unspecified length of time away from it to deal with real-life
stuff and there was nobody else she could rely on to take over. Hopefully
will start again sometime, meanwhile it's both enjoyable and inspiring.
- Project Wonderful, web
adverts with which I hope to make a few pence out of the site when
various parts of it are ready. It's a pretty good deal all round, and
they're not obnoxious flash ads like many of them are, nor pop-ups etc.
- Fix Rachel's Cross-Bite:
A webcomic artist whose painful dental problem is causing her
jaws to thin (such that her teeth would fall out if it goes on too long),
but she can't afford to get it fixed on her own, basically. It's explained
much better on her site (duh).
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