I don't usually use bookmarks for links I want to keep. The reasons for this are obscure: back in the early days of the world wide web, I kept switching between computers and browsers, so having bookmarks in the browser was inconvenient. Also, browser bookmark support sucked. So instead I started keeping a web page with links. This is the current incarnation of that web page.

Just to be clear: don't suggest links for me to add. I delete such suggestions reflexively.

Frequent: Sanakirja Kierrätys HTTP status codes

Rust: doc crates.io std play GITR

Identities: DID primer

Movies: indie

Books: Debugging Rules Producing OSS useful Kindle info

Debian: debian.org liw@liw

Linux: LWN Pronounciation

Upstreams: Sound Converter moreutils gitano

Hardware: pcpartpicker ChaosKey

Computer stores: verkkokauppa jimms uskonnen

Approved content sources: Amazon UK DRM-less ebooks

Other stores: Théhuone Big Oliver

Organizations: EFFI IKI Burger Games

Programming: The C10K problem hashes for content-based addressing Linus on commit messages

Sysadmin: dns-api abuse.net relay tester Tollef's free relay Taking care of your domain self-signed certs Security: Crypto anchors libgfshare

General net: pagerank down? Reply-To munging still harmful

Travel/transport: International power and plugs IEC connector Onebag Redoxx

Places to visit: Guédelon

Cooking: A No-Frills Kitchen Still Cooks fineli

Freedom: Gaiman on defending icky

Misc: Hacker's Diet: Excercise Conf anti-harrassment policy dudle