The old town of the Internet.
Hackles [jump here] [permalink]
An old web comic poking fun at the tropes of the early 2000s OSS and Linux culture. I had a leaf through and got a few laughs.
I award a worthless and yet-unnamed award because the server-side code is in Perl!
Heaviness: Lightweight Eccentricity: 4/10
Submitted: 17/10/2021 Visit Hackles
Norfolk Churches [jump here] [permalink]
This gentleman has meticulously documented all the churches he can find in Norfolk, past and present. As of October 2021, the website is still updated each month.
The website's understated style gives proper focus to the words and photographs. Each church is given a generous amount of research.
A website like this is an example of passion done properly. These pages will abide long after anything on Facebook. A plain styled personal website is much better suited for preservation, which is a perfect fit for presenting historical research, because it shares the same goals.
Heaviness: Lightweight Eccentricity: 5/10
Submitted: 17/10/2021 Visit Norfolk Churches
The Shorland Site [jump here] [permalink]
Two gentlemen have created their own website dedicated to Shorland Land Rovers. If you're interested in APVs and APCs from the 1960s-1990s, this is the site for you. It features scans of detailed schematics of all the prototypes. It has been lovingly crafted in MS FrontPage.
Heaviness: Lightweight Eccentricity: 2/10
Submitted: 01/09/2021 Visit The Shorland Site

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