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These pages have moved once again; the domain name starport.com has been sold. Please visit the new owners (sometime in mid-August 1999), and wish them well. Their generous offer has made it possible for me to continue providing these pages free of advertising of any kind.

Being a compendium of links to sites and pages in the World Wide Web that are likely to be of interest to kids. This is an Award-winning site.
(New links added frequently. Additional pointers welcome.)

This is an Award-winning site. The icons and descriptions were moved to ../awards.html to make this page load faster.

This is an ongoing compilation of pointers to things that might be interesting to kids with access to the Web. I don't have time to go back and re-check everything as often as I should, so a few of the links may have gotten rusty. Please let me know if anything doesn't work.

Contents

Note:
Please be patient. Every link in the ``Contents'' list above points to someplace in kids.html, which is over 55000 bytes. It may take a while to load. Eventually I'll split it up.

Notes

Note for parents:
This list is primarily for the benefit of my 12-year-old daughter Katy. Some of the contents may not be suitable for all audiences. Parental discretion is advised. For educational resources, see Interesting Places for Parents
Notes, Advice and Warnings for Kids
Sometimes somebody on the Net may ask you for information your parents may not want you to give out. When in doubt, ask. Also look at the Notes, Advice and Warnings page for some suggestions, or click on a Advice: or Warning: icon whenever you see one. Always remember, if thinking about doing something makes you feel uncomfortable, it's probably wrong.

You may also see things on the net that are upsetting, confusing, or just plain stupid. The ``back'' button is your friend--nobody is making you look, and nobody will complain if you change the channel.


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