I have visited a myriad of sites in search of education and entertainment and these are a few of the gems that are out there.
The Society for Creative Anachronism Home Page:
an international non-profit organization recreating the Middle Ages for education and personal edification. See the excellent introduction if you are a newcomer or would like more information.
The Weasel Patrol Main Page:
A collaboration of some of the local SCAdians in the shire of Arenal..Pictures of me!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Compagnie du Soleil:
a 14th-15th century SCA tournament group, based in the Chicago area.
The Company of Saint George:
a 14th-15th century SCA tournament group, the leaders in the field, in my opinion. If you don't have a copy of Sir Brion's Book of the Tournament, by all means get one! Their Company is based in the West.
The Tenans of Noble Folly:
A phenomenal tournament group.
The Company of Saint Gabriel:
Another great tournament group, this one based in Calontir.
On-line Reference Book for Medieval Studies:
"An academic site, written and maintained by medieval scholars..."
The complete works of Shakespeare:
"Remember with advantages..."
Celtic music site...where else can you find Silly Wizard? I also recommend Solas and, of course, anything with bagpipes.
The Camelot Project of the University of Rochester:
Text and some images about Arthur and his round table
A toil of love showing an unbelievable amount of the world's fine art.
A fun site that will challenge your mental acuity. Try the daily riddle, membership is free.
The JRR Tolkein information page:
A site full of sites dedicated to this famous author of The Lord of the Rings, my favorite story.
Software of all kinds.
Cool multiplayer games: "You Don't Know Jack" and "Acrophobia"...they're worth the lengthy download time.
related sites for Knighthood, Chivalry and Tournaments:
Unique SCA and Chivalry oriented sites
APA document manual:
Instructional site on writing research papers in the APA format
Latin dictionary and grammar help:
Translate your mottoe and get it right the first time
Blue Mountain Arts:
send very cool virtual greeting cards for free!
John Sankey, Harpsichordist to the Internet:
This guy's midis are the best. You are listening to one right now!
Maps and directions to just about anywhere.
Personal trading center. The best auction site I have found.
Chain letter Gallery of terror:
Stupid chain letter e-mails really torque me sometimes. Go see this site and laugh, laugh, laugh.