### Links - Updated October 10th, 2021 @ 12:48 PM EST

A long list of websites that I found to be unique and/or interesting. You'll find links to useful apps, obscure programing languages, retro operating systems, video games, emulators, network protocols, and more.

- Luna Display. Turn any Mac or iPad into a wireless second display.
- Kasparov Chess. Learn, Play, and enjoy Chess online.
- Unity of Command II. Sequel to UoC. Command western allies during the second World War.
- Unity of Command. An operational-level wargame that spans the entire 1942/43 Stalingrad Campaign.
- InterLisp (Environment developed for Xerox Lisp machines).
- Werc (Sane web anti-framework based on UNIX/Plan 9).
- The Long Dark (The most difficult survival video game you can play).
- Among Trees (Beautiful vector-based survival video game).
- Zettelkasten (Efficient, German note-taking method).
- The Julia programming language.
- Solid (The new World Wide Web by Sir Tim Berners-Lee).
- Lazy (Faster way to control your environment).
- DEVONagent for Mac (Search the web better).
- OpenXcom (Open source clone of the original X-Com game).
- Scapple (Mind-mapping tool from the folks at Literature & Latte).
- Barotrauma (Excellent submarine-based resource management game).
- The Tube Store (Online source for audio vacuum tubes).
- DaisyDisk (Shows you what’s taking up your disk space).
- EtherPad (Open source, online, collaborative editor).
- Firecracker (Virtualization and containerization for the RPi).
- 2400 (LoFi, SciFi, table-top RPG).
- RimWorld (Space colony management video game).
- Markably (Ultra lightweight markdown editor).
- Mothership (New SciFi, horror, roleplaying game).
- Roon (Ultimate music player for music fanatics).
- The UNIX Time-Sharing System (Ritchie and Thompson, 1974, July)
- The Longest Train Ride in the World
- Ren Human Notation (Data-exchange Text Format)
- Nord. Arctic, north-bluish color palette (Inspired By The Arctic)
- Plan 9 from Bell Labs (Documentation and Links)
- Dev Fonts (Compare development fonts online)
- Qt (One Framework, One Codebase, Any Platform)
- RPG Map Editor II (Tabletop Oriented Map Editor)
- LEd (Open Source 2D Game Map Editor)
- Fish Shell (Smart, User-Friendly *NIX Shell)
- Mullvad VPN (Privacy is a Universal Right)
- Sans Forgetica (Scientifically Designed Study Font)
- NestedText (A Human Friendly Data Format)
- ScummVM (Run Classic Point-and-Click Adventure Games)
- Prodeus (The First Person Shooter, Reimagined)
- EmuTOS (Operating System for Computers Based on the Motorola 680x0)
- Visual Mind AI (How Attractive is Your Website?)
- FreeCad (Your Own 3D Parametric Modeler)
- Amethyst (Data-Driven Game Engine Written in Rust)
- Librefox (Firefox with Privacy Enhancements)
- mod Sample Master (Amiga Music Modules)
- ReactOS (Open Source Windows 2003 Clone)
- ARAnyM (Atari Running on Any Machine)
- Bevy (Data-Driven Game Engine for Rust)
- TIC-80 (Make, Play, and Share Tiny Games With A Tiny Fantasy Computer)
- 2-XL (The Smartest 1970s Toy Robot in the World)
- Tox (A New Kind of Instant Messaging)
- Darkest Dungeon (A challenging gothic RPG)
- Chiptunes (Based on Amiga Workbench 1.3)
- OpenSCAD (The Programmers Solid 3D CAD Modeller)
- The Online Amiga Workbench Simulation
- Aminet (Internet's Oldest Software Repository)
- RG3D (3D Game Engine Written in Rust)
- Reason Studio 11 (Make music the way you want)
- Keychron K6 Wireless Mechanical Keyboard
- Text to ASCII Art Generator (TAAG)
- Quantum Computing at IBM
- DNA Puzzles (Utilizing Gamers for Life Sciences)
- Beyond Cyberpunk! (Web Version of the 1991 HyperCard Classic)
- Ursina (Open Source Python Game Engine)
- Ultimate Electronics (Practical Circuit Design and Analysis)
- Recalbox (Multi-Machine Emulation)
- Cliff Stoll (Mad Scientist Who Wrote the Book on How to Hunt Hackers)
- FreedomBox (Private Digital Services Server)
- Urbit (Clean-Slate OS and Network for the 21st Century)
- Index Card RPG (Easy to Learn and Play Desktop RPG)
- Ghost of Tsushima
- Apollo Accelerators (Motorola M68K FPGA)
- FS-UAE (Amiga Emulator)
- Neural Network on a Commodore 64
- RetroPie (Multi-Machine Emulation)
- Incase EO Roller (Modern Carry-On Suitcase)
- The Haiku OS Project (BeOS)
- OpenEmu (Multiple Video Game System)
- The Babylon Project
- Semiotic Standard (For all Heavy Element Transport Spacecraft)
- Interactive Vim Scratchpad for Hackers
- Information Mesh (Web History Timeline)
- Cyberlife (Cyberpunk-Related Content)
- Blunt Umbrellas (Finest Umbrellas in The World)
- Evolution of the Scrollbar
- Horizon Forbidden West
- Vivid Tracker (iOS Amiga Protracker)
- Interactive Nuke Map
- Interactive Missile Map
- Scuttlebutt (Decentralized Secure Gossip Platform)
- EWC IndieWeb (People-Focused Web)
- A Tediously Accurate Map of the Solar System
- Saturn V Launch Vehicle Digital Computer (LVDC) Core Memory
- ZeroNet (Decentralized WWW via BitTorrent)
- The Deep Sea (What Lies Beneath)
- n-o-d-e.net
- Windows 93 (Windows 95 Simulation)
- JS Paint Alpha
- Star Wars: Squadrons (Official Gameplay)
- This Person Does Not Exist (GAN)
- CERN 2019 WorldWideWeb Rebuild
- Raising Kratos (God of War Documentary)
- A look at the Gemini Protocol
- Project Gemini (Internet Protocol)
- Neocities (The Weird Wide Web)
- One Page Dungeon (Procedurally Generated DnD Maps)
- Simple Spectrogram
- UNIX 50 (50 years of Unix)
- Synesthesia Project
- Graphical User Interface Archive
- DOOM Eternal (Official Trailer)