I miss pages with link sections and I intend to lead by example. Most of the links are to pages interesting to people who, like me, are fascinated by vintage computing and also probably a bit grumpy.
- Kernel Panic, musings on hardware, software and the struggle of staying sane in the modern online world.
- Jonatan Forsberg, dear friend and fellow demoscener who blogs mostly about politics.
- Linus Åkesson, fellow demoscener and all-round creative renaissance man.
- Michael Siegel, a nice, traditional personal homepage with programming projects and a blog.
- slashbinbash.de: Software, tools and texts on coding.
- Delimited Options, Jeffrey Rogers' personal site with several highly interesting and thoughtful blog posts.
- The Cheapskate's Guide to Computers and the Internet offers good information on hardware frugality, decentralised services and online freedom.
- Bostongurka, several good ideas for improving society presented in Swedish (May contain satire).
- Vintage DEC Pages, maintained by Joachim Buss.
- Typewritten's Retrotechnology Media with rare and high quality screenshots of SunView, Ultrix UWS, HP VUE, Sun NeWS, pre-Motif DECWindows and more.
- The Early History Of Smalltalk as told by Alan C. Kay himself.
- Screenshots from prominent *NIX figures, from 2002 and then followed up again in 2015.
- Amiga Magazine Rack, with excellent scans of old issues of Amiga Power, Amiga Format and more.
- Suzanne Britton's quest for the Perfect Window Manager. (Hint: it's FVWM.)
- Shiuming Lai's Mega STE love, a wonderful and detailed recollection of boyhood fascination with home computers.
- ToastyTech's GUI timeline, detailing the history of the GUI from Xerox PARC onwards.
- Workbench Nostalgia, Greg Donner's exposé of all Workbench versions from 1.0 and onwards, including beta releases.
- xwinman.org, a classic site about classic window managers.
- No blinking - Juri Linkov's well-documented and helpful quest to disable cursor blinking. I sympathize fully.
- Fixed width X11 Bitmap Fonts that are good for use in terminal emulators.
- Sven Mascheck has a lot of information about various *NIX shells and isn't afraid of the nitty-gritty.
- POSIX Shell Commands, the Open Group's own spec.
- Bitsavers have a huge archive of, among other things, brochures about HP's Unix workstations.
- Rare & Old Computers, Fritz Hohl's blog about (suprise!) rare and old computers.
- The Big Book of Amiga Hardware details all known models and clones of Amiga and most known expansion boards.
- Commodore Monitors details most (all?) known models of Commodore branded monitors.
- Modern monitors that support 15 kHz analog RGB, a comprehensive list.