Links.net

I’ve pointed to Justin Hall’s Links.net website before, but it’s something that bears repeating.

I’m slowing coming to believe that this site is one of the few that really takes advantage of the webiness (for lack of a better word) of the web. It’s a very wide and deep website — you can click and click and relate and relate forever, near as I can tell, concept to concept to concept.

The writing is sometimes raw, and sometimes too personal for comfort, but most of it’s about real life, and that’s what makes it interesting.

If you want to travel (as opposed to tourist) somewhere, I can’t imagine a better read: it’s so much more useful than Lonely Planet and Rough Guides, and anything else, at giving some flavour of modern day nomad lifestyle.

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