|| May 20, 2013|
My Bench Equipment
I started this webring back in the day, at webring.org to make it easy to find robotics and electronics stuff on the net.
Yahoo eventually bought up webring.org and changed things up. Unfortunately I didn't log into my account as much as yahoo wanted, and they gave away my webring. The guys at freedom information society took it (along with many other webrings) and renamed it from "the robotics and ee webring" to "the FIS robotics and ee webring".
I'm leaving the webring codes up below for historical purposes...
This webring is all about robotics and ee! It's a great, and simple way to find quality robotics and electronics content on the web.
What is the webring? The webring is a large collection of websites brought together, so that they can be found easily by those looking for Robotics and Electronics content.
How do you use the webring? Each website has a webring fragment placed on one of it's pages. Most commonly on the index page (the main page,) or on the Webrings page. This allows visitors to go from one member's site to the next by using the simple navigational links (next site, prev. site, random, etc..)
What do the webring fragments look like? Well, currently there is one webring fragment that gets generated for you, and there are 3 other fragments that used to get generated for you. If you like the first one, you're welcome to use it. If you like the older ones better let me know and I"ll help you get one set up for use on your site.
If you are interested in becoming a member of the webring, and making your site more accessible to robotics and electronics enthusiasts, email me with your URL, so I may review your site.
Current Webring Fragment:
Legacy Webring Fragments (contact me if you want to use one of the following formats and I'll set it up for you.):