Bookmarked BBC Wales - Learn Welsh the Big Welsh Challenge (bbc.co.uk)
Suitable for complete beginners, this will support the learning you do in class or elsewhere. There are different topics ranging from greetings to discussing leisure interests. You can choose video subtitles or speech bubbles in Welsh or English to support your learning. A tutor guide will help you though the language clips, giving you an opportunity to practise. Learn Welsh wherever you go with MP3 audio and paper printouts. In time this will be a comprehensive course allowing you to progress in your learning.
Sadly, this website is painfully out of date and requires Flash.
Bookmarked The "Stonehenge Hidden Landscape Project" (lbi-archpro.org)
The project and its results are presented at scientific conferences, in peer-reviewed and popular articles, and at public presentations. The following publications and media reports have appeared so far:

Scientific publications

Lots of publications of interest here.
Bookmarked The Social Dilemma: A Netflix Original documentary (The Social Dilemma)
The technology that connects us Also controls us Trailer The dilemma Never before have a handful of tech designers had such control over the way billions of us think, act, and live our lives. The Mental Health Dilemma A 5,000 person study found that higher social media use correlated with self-repor...
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Bookmarked WordPress Theme Components (WP Theme Components)
Theme components are bite sized code snippets that can be reused across multiple themes, but are either too small or don’t make sense to be released as a plugin. Stop cluttering up your functions.php file and start using theme components! Who are theme components for? Th...
This looks interesting and useful. Perhaps a potential solution for adding small tidbits of microformats mark up to one’s theme at a more granular level than the mf2 plugin? I can see use cases for other snippets too like accepting Webmentions automatically, etc.
Bookmarked Openring | ~sircmpwn/openring - sourcehut git (git.sr.ht)
"This is a tool for generating a webring from RSS feeds, so you can link to other blogs you like on your own blog. It's designed to be fairly simple and integrate with any static site generator."
Bookmarked The Mabinogion Translated by Sioned Davies (global.oup.com)
Celtic mythology, Arthurian romance, and an intriguing interpretation of British history--these are just some of the themes embraced by the anonymous authors of the eleven tales that make up the Welsh medieval masterpiece known as the Mabinogion. They tell of Gwydion the shape-shifter, who can create a woman out of flowers; of Math the magician whose feet must lie in the lap of a virgin; of hanging a pregnant mouse and hunting a magical boar.
I’ve looked at versions of this before, but this looks like one of the more interesting translations to read. 

(referred by Top 10 goddesses in fiction

Bookmarked How to configure IndieWeb Drupal module? by Ravi SagarRavi Sagar (ravisagar.in)
Let me show you how I have configured IndieWeb module on my Drupal 8 site. Hopefully it will help you in case you want to do the same thing.

Joining the Indie Web, One Step at a Time | Tracy Durnell

Bookmarked Joining the Indie Web, One Step at a Time by Tracy DurnellTracy Durnell (Cascadia Inspired)
There are lots of things to be excited about in joining the Indie Web, like supporting a more human-centered version of the web and connecting better with others across the web. Joining the Indie Web involves a few steps to … Continue reading →
Bookmarked Please be patient - This Page is Under Construction! (textfiles.com)
This small collection was saved from the rapidly dying Geocities, which Archive Team is working desperately to save for a historical archive. Please consider visit our site and helping us with collecting, education, and writing.
Bookmarked A.N. Lucas's 88x31 button Collection (anlucas.neocities.org)
Here is a collection of more than 700 88x31 web buttons from the 1990's and 2000's, including the famous "Netscape NOW" and "Internet Explorer" buttons as well as various other buttons for websites of past and present. All were rescued from a now defunct http://harrypagerubbish.webs.com/buttons just before it disappeared without warning. These buttons are an historic example of advertising in the earlier days of the World Wide Web. Enjoy these buttons and use them to your liking.