No web site would be complete without a links page. So here are some of my favorite places on the net.

The Vegetarian Pages are a very useful place. It seems though, that the site hasn't been updated in a while. For more recent vegetarian links you can search the GreenPeople database. Try also the International Vegetarian Union. Whether you're looking for arguments to convince your family to spare the turkey on Thanksgiving, or just for recipes, you'll find it there.

For a more radical approach, check out the Animal Rights Resource Site.

Everything you ever wanted to know about anarchism, you'll find in the Anarchist FAQ Webpage. The Spunk Library is another interesting place.

If you're looking for a decent online radio station, try kpfa, an independent community supported radio station, that you can also listen to online. Often Democracy Now! is a show worth listening to, and it's also available online, both as stream and for download.

If you don't want to rely solely on mainstream media corporations for information, you should check out the independent media center, it's a project to collect grassroots, non-corporate coverage from all over the world. They also have a page for independent and community radios, another good source for radio broadcasts on the internet is the A-Infos Radio Project. ZMag has lots of interesting articles.

A good place for information about the history of women in science is 4000 Years of Women in Science. Not very in depth, but a good starting point. They also have a really useful links page, with more links related to women in science than I could ever hope to collect.

You can get a closer look at women in physics at Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics.

Curious about women inventors? Go to the Lemelson-MIT Women's History Month Sites. There are several pages about women inventors. To find them all, use their search engine.

If you want to know more about African Americans in the sciences The Faces of Science is the place to go.

Now to the entertainment section. <g>

When I'm looking for interesting SF (which is for me mostly SF that also considers gender in some way) and have no idea what to read next, I usually browse, the Tiptree Award site, or the Lambda Literary Award site.

As a hopeless TV junkie I won't even attempt to list all the fan and fanfiction sites I (semi-)regularly visit.