|Click on the icon on the left to link to an index of rings.|
You have probably gotten here through one of the Web Rings using this side door. To get to the front door, click on the "Photoshop" icon following this paragraph. Every page you visit will have a direct link back here so you can continue your sojourn through the Ring. If, on the other hand, you linked here from a previous page at this site, take the time to read what the Webs Rings are all about.
I have taken the liberty of quoting from an old Ring home page.
"The Webring is a totally free service offered to the Internet community. We are a quickly growing community of homepages from all over the World who are committed to creating a new kind of Web community."
"The Webring provides the Internet community with a different way to organize content on the World Wide Web. (After all, endless pages of links and search engine results are only so interesting.) The Webring is a way to group together sites with similar content (or any pages at all, if one so desires) by linking them together in a circular fashion: a ring."
"The idea is that once you are at one site in the "ring," you can click on a "Next" or "Previous" link to go to the next site in the ring and--if you do it long enough--end up where you started.
"The Webring operates literally hundreds of different rings. Chances are, you'll find one that will interest you--either to surf or to join--ring topics range from Star Wars to Egyptology to body piercing. Virtually all of the rings (all but two, actually) are maintained by independent citizens of the net. If you can't find one you like, you can always create a new one!
This site is included in several Rings. For more information about Web Rings, click on the icon.