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Interesting Links

Here is a sporadic and erratic collection of links that I have come upon in my online travels. Since I have found these links either useful or interesting the links are here so that I may not forget of their existence. I will attempt to categorize them after I have few to work with.


As the name of the site suggests.

Sofie has been quiet at late, but has some very awesome resources here. 

Another great resource. Mainly micro stuff.

Foxphoenix Miniature Wargaming
"A grown man who plays with toy soldiers. And space ships.".

Space for Swashbuckling
"This blog is for the lovers of action, adventure, mystery, sci-fi, and suspense novels, stories, and movies.".

Messy Nessy Chic
"Blogging the off-beat, the unique and the chic".

The Delta Vector Blog
"28mm & 15mm Miniatures Gaming: Sci Fi, Fantasy, Historical, Pulp, VSF, Horror, Space In-depth Rules Reviews".

The New Lost World
A true Story.
The author uses pictures of scale models and figures and a well written story to tell his "true story".

Yesterday's Papers
A collection of old newspaper clippings and comics with the authors commentary.

"Amusements, diversions, whirligigs, geegaws, humbugs and comics, comics, comics"
A collection of scanned comics with commentary

The Cartoon Scrapbook
Nostalgic summaries of bygone cartoons.


Prehistoric Wildlife
A guide to over 1000 species of prehistoric animals.

Jules Verne FAQ
Questions about Verne's life and works are answered in this FAQ.

Miscellaneous (not categorized as of yet)

"The infectious gaming resource."
A fanciful and erratic collection of resources for the miniaturist and gamer.

"Question Everything"
The official site of the Science Channel.

Low-tech Magazine
"Doubts on progress and technology"
The authors of this site refuse to believe that there must be a high tech solution to every problem.

Elizabethan Era
"The Elizabethan Era is not only famous for the Virgin Queen but also for the era itself - Great Explorers, such as Sir Francis Drake and Walter Raleigh. The era of the very first Theatres in England - William Shakespeare, the globe Theatre and Christopher Marlowe!"
The site explores the history of the Elizabethan Era.


  1. Never saw that "The Lost New World" is in your list !!!

    Many thanks, Jan !
    It will push me forwards to write and do the figures and the pictures! I'm so lazy...