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Of course, I don't spend all of my time on egrabow.com... there are many great websites out there with interesting content, great designs, useful resources... throw in a few of my co-workers sites, YouTube channels, and "must visits," and you get a pretty good idea of how I roll on 'net.
As you can see, I tapped deep into my road geekiness for the design of these pages.
Here is a true resource. You can see what your favorite website looked like in 2009, 2004, 2001, 1999, 1996...
An organization that defends freedom of speech in the digital age.
A popular and versatile resource. Articles can be created and edited by anyone (for better or worse).
There are many 'Wiki's out there; this one is a spoof of Wikipedia itself.
Robots pretending to be humans. No robots trying to take over the world here, just us fleshbags! Can anyone help me read this captcha? **beep boop**
"Don't be evil." :)
Taps the power of google.com to tell you what it/Google/the-Internet-at-large thinks about who/what/whenever you type into the search box.
Interesting pictures captured from Google's satellite images.
A useful site to debunk rumors that spread through e-mail and social media.
Don't use copyrighted music for your videos! TeknoAXE licenses under Creative Commons.
A good resource that lets you save any YouTube video to your heard drive as an MP4 file. Those movies won't stay online forever, after all.
Think you don't know anything about computers? The people in these stories will make you feel like a genius!
A great source of free software ("free beer" AND/OR "free speech").
My primary audio editing program. New features are added frequently and users can send feedback.
Notepad2 (no points for naming the program) is just as fast as Windows' "Notepad," but actually has some features!
The most powerful open source image editor there is. A capable replacement for Photoshop.
7-zip is like a GNU-licensed WinZip. Very fast and flexible. Good for encryption too.