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The Top 100 Sites ranked by Weblogs.Com.












However, #2, #3 and #9 are UserLand sites. ";->"






There's no logic or weighting as on Beebo, or any attempt to figure out what's fair, even pointers coming from a site to itself are counted.



Seven sites are pointing to the hotlist.



Jim Roepcke: "This is navel-gazing at it's best.. or, worst!"






Brain Awareness Week is March 13-19.






You could buy your brain a present to celebrate Brain Awareness Week.



Brains4Zombies.com. "Your online home for Brains and Brain-Related Products."












Jeremy Bowers has figured out how to use Netscape with Manila Express.



Wes Felter rants back at Bob Frankston. I think I had a dream about this once. You may remember a few years ago when an obscure physicist was experimenting with a crazy new Internet service that no one thought they wanted -- it was called "The World-Wide Web". Right on Wes. Tell it like it is.















An Italian review of EditThisPage: "Quanti mantengono un sito sono ben consapevoli delle attenzioni che ciò comporta. La manutenzione è fatta quasi sempre manualmente, con editor e programmi Ftp e i grattacapi non mancano mai, soprattutto quando il numero di pagine da gestire è elevato."



Marc Canter: So many frames, so little time. "With Photoshop or Premiere anybody can make a digital movie today. That power in the hands of the right people - can create a whole new artform - a new way of communicating - and generate loads of new jobs and wealth."



The cowskull debate continues on kottke.org. It's not actually that much of an issue anymore because we allow Manila designers to specify the link-to-DG graphic. This is one of the first things we fixed after shipping Manila in December 1999.