|The Honest Vote Exchange (12 Sites, 44 Hits) 06/26/2000 okieshadow
A webring for people who are looking for Honest, Loyal, Daily voters for the Site Fights, Web Brawls, Fantasy Fights, etc.
|Cybertown Web-ring (7 Sites, 5 Hits) 07/31/1998 adoptable
This ring connects homepages of residents of the VR-community Cybertown (Colony City) in order to get to know each other better and to promote the VR-idea. ENJOY the CITY !
|StarChat IRC Network (5 Sites, 47 Hits) 12/31/1996 adoptable
The StarChat IRC Network WebRing is for linking web sites of the channels and users on the StarChat IRC Network.
|WorldsAway Members Webring (9 Sites, 113 Hits) 12/31/1996 admins
This is the original WorldsAway webring containing sites created by members of Worlds Away/VZones virtual worlds, including Dreamscape, NewHorizones, Second Kingdom the old Hotel Silicon etc. Any members of any world using the Worlds Away software are very welcome to join this ring.
|ZOID CITY Web Ring (4 Sites, 23 Hits) 12/31/1996 fosterrm2
This ring is for members, supporters, and frequent visitors
to ZOID CITY Community and Community Competition. If you don't know what ZOID CITY is than take the time to visit today!
|Fanlistings (9 Sites, 5 Hits) 11/05/2003 adoptable
Welcome to the home of fanlisting sites from around the world. Our members offer sites that list fans of a particular movie, craft, artisan, actor, singer, athlete... you name it! If you have a site that lists fans, consider joining us.
|Women In Black (8 Sites, 31 Hits) 12/31/1996 system2
This webring belongs to all former GeoCities Community Leaders and those women how just enjoy helping people out on the Internet. If you are an Internet community program, and therefore a WIB, then you can join the ring! And display the WIB banner on your site.
|InvisionFree (14 Sites) 01/06/2007 wrug
Only for forums hosted by invisionfree.com
|Computer Museums and RetroComputing Culture (8 Sites, 1112 Hits) 08/16/1999 rweasel
The RetroComputing Ring tries to reflect the socio-anthropological impact of technological development. It's also an invitation to a reflection and comprehension, particularly from school, of Computer Science history and its social role.