The internet is made of links — it is important for us all to promote those parts of the internet that matter most to us by linking to them. If you know of a link that fits the themes here, and you think it should be represented, please contact me. If I agree with you, then I'll add it. If you run a web page of your own, please add some charity links to your web page.
EmailAbuse.org The most recent resource I discovered while removing some of the older links that had apparently given up the good fight. It gives folks who aren't familiar with how things work a good overview and virtually walks them through the steps of reporting an abuser.
Fight Spam on the Internet! This site also contains tons of useful resources for fighting spam which includes unwanted hate mail.
SamSpade.org This incredible resource will run traces automatically on any IP address you enter into it, for free. One of best ways to nail an abuser is to start by knowing who is letting the abuser on the internet in the first place, and reporting them to that internet service provider.
GeekTools.com This site contains links to tons and tons of useful resources for doing trace routes or reporting spam. Unfortunately a lot of the links they maintain seem to run really, really slow.
Network Abuse Clearinghouse From their own site Abuse.Net: "The Network Abuse Clearinghouse is intended to help the Internet community to report and control network abuse and abusive users."
SpamCop This site maintains a blackhole list and processes reports about spammers, i.e. people who use email to send unwanted emails. Abusive people often repetitively email you unwanted and abusive emails. Getting their email access shut down at least keeps them from harassing you.
Net Abuse FAQ Maintained by Cybernothing.org. Explains many forms of abuse and what to do about them.
Death to Spam A Guide to Dealing with Unwanted E-mail
Anti-Abuse Central If you want to give other people a single simple address for this clearinghouse of anti-abuse links, you might want to use this address instead.
DNSstuff.com This site doesn't proclaim themselves to be a resource against abuse, but the fact is that most abuse is easier to fight if you know where it originates.
Do you have your own techniques against unethical or immoral web users? Want to recommend a resource I missed? Email me with helpful tips that I can share with others. Let's get the bad guys off the internet.
Artworks Personal page of artist Stephen Eidson
So you might be in the same position I used to be. Maybe you still have to use one of those free internet site hosts that requires that you let them post ads on your site. You do it, considering it fair trade for what they let you do. Try thinking the same way about the World in which we live. We all owe it to everyone we love to do at least a little something to make it better. Put a link to some charities on your website. Think of it as a free ad for someone who is helping out others. Please link to at least one charity, even if it isn't one of those below . . .
Charity Clearinghouse If you want to give other people a single simple address for this clearinghouse of Charity links, you might want to use this address instead.
Horrific Poems - Sound and poetry fitting for Halloween.
Perverted-Justice.com The largest and best organized anti-predator group online. These guys go after child molesters and have more than 100 convictions to their record.
- The Police Synchronicity was the first album I ever bought for myself.
Years later, their lead singer Sting is still one of my favorite performers.
Now and then I find pages I use for information resources, sometimes even slanted information resources. You can check out some of my latest below:
Perhaps the most continuous barrage of news you can possibly find in the
Links to Roleplaying Games
My own roleplaying journal, if you haven't found it
This is meant to serve as a list of some of the sites I have designed or helped build.
White Wolf Publishing
There have been more, such as www.atlantaspacecamp.com but the owners let them lapse for various reasons, so I have nothing to show for them except perhaps some old files on my hard drive.
internet is made of links —
it is important for us all to promote
If you know of some links which fit the themes here, and which you think should be represented, please contact me. If I agree with you, then I'll add them. If you run a web page of your own, please add some charity links to your web page.
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