Most used links
Times Crossword Club Where I get the Listener crossword each Friday.
The WELL Originally “the Whole Earth ‘Lectronic Link”. One of the first online communities, often mocked nowadays as “the Colonial Williamsburg of the Internet”. I’ve been a member since 1990, and it’s still my favorite place to hang out online.
Early Christian Writings terrific collection of texts, translations, and information on Christian writings from the first two centuries
gospels.net blog of Andrew Bernhard — hasn’t been active in a while, but lots of interesting posts and links
New Testament Research research on the New Testament by James M. Gibbs, PhD.
Ancient Scripts information about writing systems from prehistory to today
Online Etymology Dictionary an online dictionary of English etymology, compiled and maintained by an enthusiastic amateur — great site, amazingly rich in information
Zhongwen excellent online Chinese dictionary
Math, science & tech
Lessons in Industrial Instrumentation by Tony R. Kuphaldt free online textbook on physics, chemistry, and electricity — good worksheets for studying are here, too
Vector addition nice online calculator (and good tutorial on vector operations) at the HyperPhysics website at Georgia State University
W3Schools excellent and free online tutorials on HTML, CSS, XML, and lots of other web-building stuff; great for learning and for quick reference
Petrucci Music Library wonderful collection of public domain music scores in PDF format; I’ve found a number of old piano-vocal scores for operas there
Puzzles & games
George versus the Listener Crossword one man’s blog about the Listener puzzle
Listen with Others many-authored blog about the Listener puzzle