Cool Websites


A site dedicated to abandoned malls, the stories surrounding them, and links to other sites relating to abandoned malls and other buildings.

Escargot MSN Server

A custom server for MSN versions one through seven.


I think the banner explains what this site is pretty well -- "The Museum of Classic Chicago Television".

The Gorillaz Shrine

An old and ever-so-slightly embarassing Gorillaz fansite.

A website with music from multiple keygens. I don't think I need to say very much about this one.


A clone of the late OMGPOP (also known as iminlikewithyou). This site is unfortunately missing a lot of the OMGPOP games, and for some of the ones it DOES have, it only has the old (pre-2012) versions.


An old Geocities website which has a lot of information about the Pokemon games. You can tell a lot of effort went into making this website.

Nathan's Toasty Technology page

hburr durr internet explorer is bad, fire is scary and bill gates is a witch

PS3Cluster Guide

A guide on setting up a cluster of PS3s on version 3.15 or earlier using the OtherOS feature and Fedora for PPC.

The Infinite Jukebox

It's exactly what the title says. An infinite jukebox. You could listen to, I don't know, Gangnam Style forever if you wanted to. That's what I've been doing. For the past half hour. I don't even really like Gangnam Style, but I can't stop listening to it.


A site that hosts a bunch of demos, and doubles as a forum.


A clone of early YouTube, with videos similar to the kind that were usually on early YouTube.

Windows 93

A sort of recreation of Windows 95 in Javascript and HTML5. You can do things like play a corrupted copy of Pokemon Yellow in a Javascript-based emulator. I've been told that it looks like an actual OS if you have a large enough screen and put your browser in fullscreen mode.