This is where mine used to be.
I stopped maintaining it regularly in 1996, sixteen months after I set up my first webpage -- link pages were already falling out of fashion as the Web expanded and search engines and portals caught on. I rediscovered it in November of 2007 and, in a fit of nostalgia, updated it, though with a mere five links.
I just found it again. Two of the five links from 2007 are dead, another site has changed character to the point I would no longer recommend it... Clearly, the time for such things has passed.
So what should I do with it? Delete it? Naah -- I almost never delete anything.
So what I'm going to do is post one link, to a site that you can explore for hours, maybe days, and which has survived since 1996 and is still active, the latest blog entry dated today. I figure this link won't die any time soon.
Here it is: Lileks.com, a collection of obscure, forgotten, and bizarre aspects of 20th-century America. Seriously, you want to check it out.
I may add more someday. We'll see.
That's it; here's your list of handy exits: