These are the webrings this site is listed on. I hope you visit at least some of the other sites in them:
If you arrived at this page from one of the webring systems then welcome to my site. This page contains all the webring links that my site is a part of and links to the various pages on my site that you may be interested in.
Once you have viewed the pages you want and want to rejoin the webring system and view other sites then simply click on the "Web Rings" link in the menu or the one in the footer of the newer pages which will return you to this page.
Webrings were a great way of finding sites linked by subject. For the individual site owners they increase the site visibility and for users they made it far easier to find related sites. There were several major webring systems, RingSurf, Bravenet's SiteRing (Internet Archive), WebRing (Internet Archive), WebRingo, and RingLink (now WOW Webring (Web Ring World) among them.
If you arrived on this page using one of the web ring navigation bars then these are the main links to the various parts of my site that you need...
Computer related Webrings - Computers, Google Visualizations API, QBasic, or Web Stuff
Genealogy, History, Towns and Cities and Travel Webrings - Bristol, Bristols Worldwide or Terre Haute
Indiana Webrings - Terre Haute
Military Webrings - Dad's Navy Days, War Stories or WWI K & M Class Submarines
Naval Webrings - Dad's Navy Days or WWI K & M Class Submarines
Postcard Webrings - Bizarre, Bristol UK Postcards, Terre Haute Postcards, Wabash River Postcards
Renaissance and UK Webrings - Bristol
Or, you can visit any section you like by using the navigation menus, using the main Sitemap which lists every page on the site or by visiting the home page.
With the death of webrings starting around 2005, this page is just a shadow of its former self. I used to belong to around 30 web rings on various systems but the only one of those still having a live web page is RingSurf and most of the links on that are broken. To see what this page once looked like then it is archived on the Web Archive.
Sadly, the last of the webrings, European History and Postcard Collecting, stopped working in 2021. Both were powered by Ringsurf. The site is still there but when checked in December 2021, none of the links work.