Linkroll Removed Sites
Some sites, regretfully, have to be removed from my linkroll. I find it annoying when stuff disappears online, so they've archived here.
A blog by Armin Vit that comments on logo and graphic identity redesigns - from the big stories to the unknown. Removed due to switching to a subscription model (not that I blame Armin, but I try to keep my linkroll free).
Check to see if you can use a web development technology. Removed as it's pretty well-known, and most of the content is on MDN anyway.
The Small Web
By the author of Against a User Hostile Web, this is a follow-up article detailing small, creative, and individualised sites that are still out there. As it's a follow-up, it belongs in that entry.
Developers share their most memorable dirty coding tricks
Anecdotes from game developers detailing ingenious workarounds derived from dealing with various issues. Too short to deserve its own entry.
A visual map of the internet from ~2011 - but since the creator of the site hasn't updated it, it serves as a time capsule of sorts. Getting too out-of-date to be interesting.
Armorial of Europe
A list of European arms on Wikipedia. The valuable part of this is not the individual articles for each, which are easy to find, but what's in the Domestic armorial and Domestic heraldic traditions columns. Page modified so it no longer has said information.
A handy directory of many Neocities sites, named after the similar Geocities concept. Not updated.
Some neat 3D objects made using the ThreeJS library. Neat, but not enough there to make things worth the visitors' while.
Although their name is extremely obnoxious, and their attitude against religion can get tiring, their articles pointing out the flaws in some New Age and conspiracist thinking are great. Most new content is just a worse version of stuff on Wikipedia.
A direct rival to Longform made by the people behind WordPress. It isn't as good, but it's still worth a look. Doesn't need its own entry.