Take Note is a podcast and a blog about paying attention, keeping a note book, parenting and Kong: Skull Island.

The Web Vault

In this age of responsive-design monstrosities and continuous scrolling browser-crashers, there remains — along the forgotten byways of This Here Internet — a cadre of old school web sites that stay true to the web’s earliest days. Tables, borders, hyperlinks, and good old-fashioned information, these sites are lightning fast and content-rich, driven by pure passion and singular vision. Here in the Web Vault, I’m pointing to those that I come across in my wanderings. If you find more great examples, let me know. - Ted

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Boarding Axes

“From the Age of Sail.”

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Astros Daily

“A fansite for the Houston Astros.”

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Russell and Susan Eisen’s Floaties

“An intro to Susan and Russell's floaty collection.“

The Threepenny Review

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The Pencil Pages

“An Introduction to Pencils and Pencil Collecting”