This is a selection of sites; some of them I use so often that I've included in my custom home page (which isn't here)
. Others, not so much
... but they may be edifying, useful, and/or interesting to visitors.
(There are more, but these are two of my favorites. Bible Gateway has good audio and reading functionality; Biblehub is better for study tools.)
(I got in the habit of using these when I realized how easily uncredited thoughts and code were likely to slip into my work by any other source. I still refer to other sources for inspiration about principles, and to help 'know what I don't know', but when I'm actually coding, I do my best to stick with these.)
HTML Standard (Dev)
General things I've seen or used before that are particularly helpful.
- Uses atmospheric noise to generate the most random electronically-derived numbers we're likely to find.
- There are other HSL pickers, but I've found this to be my favorite. I love the luminance option, and it links to other related resources.
Cool or fun things I've seen online.
- Andrea Gilbert has a fine sense of retroesque design, and her puzzles encourage either logical thinking, or trial and error. (In other words, they involve the same skills I use all the time.)
- A lovely vintage website with a vintage appearance and a myriad of creative takes on the game.
- A toy where asymmetrical dice battle each other to win a tournament.
(This is separated into two categories, HTTPS sites that are otherwise low-requirements, and HTTP sites that are suitable for vintage machines.)
Wiby (lite site finder)
The Old Net
Wikipedia @ OldNet