What gives? Didn't I tell you not to open things in a new tab? You're making me cry.

I'm crying right now. The tears are seeping into the crevices between my keyboard keys, making it harder for me to type. Are you happy? Is this what you wanted?

Leave this place.

Link to the world


  1. Marginalia Search: Non-commercial web search engine.
  2. Wiby: Classic web search engine.
  1. Friesian Sangoku*: History of India, China, and Japan.
  2. Friesian Perigoku*: History of Korea, Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Burma, Tibet, and Mongolia.
  3. Jisho: Japanese kanji dictionary.
  4. The Art of South and Southeast Asia: A Resource for Educators.
  5. The Tale of Genji: Summary, characters, locations, bg info about Heian Japan.
  1. Buddha Sutra: All Buddhist sutras.
  2. Sutta Slime: Dillon's interpretation of Dharma.
  3. Friesian Buddhism*: The basic teachings of Buddhism.
  4. View on Buddhism: Interpretation of Tibetan Buddhism.
  1. The Noble Quran: Online Quran translations.
  2. English Tafsir: English commentary on chapters of the Quran.
  1. Philosophy of Religion: Online textbook about religion.
  2. Sacred Texts: Archive of religious and esoteric texts.
  1. 17776: What football will look like in the future.
  2. 20020: The future of college football.
  3. Blaseball: Internet League Blaseball.
  4. Notpron: The hardest riddle on the internet. (I'm on level 42 now)
  5. Random 2hu Generator: Generate a Touhou character.
  6. Taiko Web: Play Taiko no Tatsujin on your browser.
  7. TamaShell: Database of all Tamagotchi releases.
  8. Yume Nikki Online Project: Play multiplayer versions of Yume Nikki and its fangames online.

* I wouldn't look too deep into Friesian. I definitely do not agree with the right-wing values on there, though there are a lot of different topics on that website.