Links

This page contains links to interesting and unusual sites throughout the Internet.

http://www.lateralscience.co.uk/
This site is where I first learnt of that little known Victorian era communication device, the stentorian beckoner. This site is truly unusual and interesting.
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http://www.fourmilab.ch/
John Walker was the founder of Autodesk and now resides in Switzerland. He has produced this wonderful site, an achievement which makes the development of AutoCAD pale into insignificance.
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http://amasci.com
William Beatty is a research engineer from Seattle. If you have a few weeks to spare, take a wander through his wonderfully unpretentious website. You won't be disappointed.
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http://brassgoggles.co.uk
I've never been a fan of the steampunk genre but I love the images.
This site is full of them.
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http://www.victorianweb.org
George Landow is professor of English and Art History at Brown University.  He is also the Webmaster of the Victorian Web.
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http://www.gizmology.net/
He brews his own beer and collects slide rules. How can you fail to like the man?
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https://sites.google.com/site/telegraphkeys/Home/-very-early-williams-kob
Many years ago I used a morse key to obtain my ham radio license. I can understand the nostalgia that Tim Patton felt when he assembled his interesting and unusual collection of telegraph keys.
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