Many people agree that on the World Wide Web, "content is King." We see "good" content as: an abundant amount of well-presented subject information organized for interesting and useful access in a hypertext structure.
Some Sites That Seem to Have Good Content
Acupuncture.com (http://www.acupuncture.com), simply organized yet comprehensive. We include it partly to represent many other good content sites in the field of medicine.
The New Deal Network (http://newdeal.feri.org), devoted to the administration and era of Franklin D. Roosevelt
Total Baseball (http://www.totalbaseball.com), the ultimate sports information site, well-written and based on the authoritative baseball encyclopedia
The Froggy Page (http://www.cs.yale.edu/homes/sjl/froggy.html), quite a bit about frogs, including the sound of East Texas bullfrogs
The Lure of Lunar Domes (http://www.brink.com/brink/gravity/domes). George Rosenberg's paper epitomizes all the personal enthusiasms and (to the uninitiated) arcane subjects to be discovered on the Web.
Kingston, New York (http://www.mhrcc.org/kingston), our home town, which includes a tour of our four historic districts and links to other Hudson Valley sites