Welcome to the Cellar Door.
Cellar Door was affectionately the alias for the links section of my page and is also in reference to a movie by the name of “Donnie Darko” if you guys haven’t seen it then go buy/rent the regular version not the directors cut. However, Cellar Door is taken from a clip from that movie where the English teacher references that as the most beautiful word in the English language. Well, a lot of the sites below are beautiful. It is appropriate to call these sites out for it!
How to get into the Cellar Door?
Contact us and as long as you have a Web 1.0 site we’ll get you added into the listings of the cellar door. Understand that with link exchanges it will only appear in the Cellar Door and that is the best it’s going to be. Read the FAQ for more information on commonly asked questions about this site.
- Websites promoting conventions and/or festivals will not be listed anywhere on the site. Due to a level of fanaticism which has turned violent here in the past; Such groups we simply cannot endorse at this time. We will review this decision again if the perceived sociological communities adhere to a better state of control.
- Aggressive advertisement/Spam/Mal-Ware/Random-Ware sites prohibited for obvious reasons.
- The promotion of political extremism will also be prohibited.
- Mass conglomerate “Web 2.0” sites such as Facebook/YouTube/Tumblr/Weebly. We understand that it is hard work to shoulder the burden of a domain along with content to keep people interested in a lone site. However, they cannot be supported as described in this blog. This does not mean we will not advertise small communities that have a similar social network engine to that of the big-boys. Diversification is the spice of the internet after all.
Onward with the linkage inside the Cellar Door!
Sorted in alphabetical order only:
My Web Host provider. Which unlike some of my experiences with web-hosting plans I’ve had no problems with this furry ran and provided site. Stay away from the BlueHost’s and GoDaddy’s of the world kids. They may offer unlimited storage. You will pay for “unlimited” in other ways.
The Dealers Den is an auction site by furies for furies selling various anthropomorphic artwork and works for the fandom and community. The major difference is the dealer’s den uses a lot of modern features that you would typically find on eBay. From opening a storefront online. To scheduling auctions. This site has the flexibility of simply listing an item you wish to sell. Or setting up a small store within their environment and the choice is entirely up to you. For artists that conduct businesses in the furry community and don’t want to pay for the SSL encryption or deal with a shopping system. The Dealers Den is the most cost-effective way of conducting business in a secure method inside of the furry fandom.
A great musician and personal friend of mine he finally put up his website for all to check out his musical talent. He’s a writer too which as he gets his site built up a little more we will get to see.
Although we never really contacted nor spoken to this individual before. He is confirmed to be legit and one of the founding members of the furry community. Although it’s just a stripped WordPress site with two pages he talks about how having “Portals” isn’t relevant anymore. We’re going to have to (with the upmost respect mind you) disagree with you Sy. In the age of misinformation word of mouth from others is, in fact, more important than ever. We would very much like to see Sy get back to making blog articles. No link exchange is necessary on this one because someone who has been riding the furry fandom game for 40+ years is a hard net-runner!
All the time… ALL THE TIME! – Fred Furner.
InfoChammel is a wonderful parody of what would happen if public broadcasting existed in the future. As a creation of Davy Force; InfoChammel serves as satire at both the mainstream media and it’s viewing audience! It is both brilliant with its 8-bit glitch graphics featuring the infamous Fred Furner as well as many other strange characters that show up from time to time. The shows of InfoChammel sometimes referred to as PrimoHD which was a Separate Davy Force YouTube Channel has surprisingly more plot orientated than most of the movies you get from “Scy-Fy” network. No kidding! They are only growing from here on out accepting user submissions. My review of Infochammel is published here. Check them out it’s great!
Jillian Mayer is the Goddess of the internet with Vimeo and YouTube films such as #postmodem mocking futurism. Her current project “Slumpies” deals with tackling the discomforting effects of excessive cel-phone usage. She’s a magical artist and someone to who we really look up to within the landscape of the net. Title purposefully overexposed as she really does not have a website logo per-say so I think this will do fine.
“JustFurry“.com is a social network server that contains a lot of hallmarks of bigger networks such as Facebook. But catering to just the Furry fandom proper. Unlike other reviews we’ve done on social networks it’s not a large corporate entity but instead run by fans for fans. At the time of this posting, they have just gone past 500 members and are still growing. For those who wish to promote themselves within the community. This is a great place to start!
With a new site redesign, Kainless is a blogger like myself which is one of the best friends I have had. Hard-running Mortal Kombat fan! Covering video games, comics, and political topics abroad. If you like my site then you’ll totally love his site!
Nevermind Studios is a website made by my friend FunkyJoe which is a YouTuber and Twitch streamers which in venturing outward into the vastness of web 1.0. Currently, under construction he hopes his website will be the primary hub of any steaming on all of the platforms.
This is the personal blog of my friend Sinabu which also runs Anubianhost. He is now starting his personal blogging showing his awesome fursuits, Coin collections and retro video gaming. New blog entries videos coming soon so check him out!.
This is the blog of Jamie Zawinski. A programmer, club owner in California, and blogger. Some of the things this man finds simply blows my mind. I enjoy reading his works when he was still on Livejournal and he continues to impress me with his mad Web (1.x?) skills. I’ve never met the man but perhaps someday I should make a trip out to his place. A truly amazing mind to behold. I have never met him personally nor talked to him directly online. But his blog is one of my inspirations for leaving the Web 2.0 and embracing the blog that I have today.
This is a solid blog from one of the people on twitter that we follow. The Lameazoid site deals with game reviews, movie reviews, and toys. It’s crazy good and you should certainly check it out!
I found this page completely by accident when we were looking up information about the fuck-up known as the Phantom gaming console. Needless to say when I typed in phantom.com I came across this site. Which entertained me in a completely different way. It’s almost like a nostalgic trip back into the days of the ’80s and 90’s BBS era where information was hard to get and everyone wanted to be America’s next greatest threat which was being a hacker. It seems like they have since went off on a tangent about legalizing a substance known as Ibogaine. But still, it’s an interesting read to see the lingo from back then.
Update 09/20/15: The old website www.phantom.com was actually a sister company called Phantom Access Technologies and was recently shut down. I have updated the link to their more modern site which seems a little sterilized of all of the BBS ranting that they used to do back in the day. Which was a real shame. I really liked that part of their site.
Update 05/18/2019: I’ve unlinked MindVox because it just takes you to a login page and that’s it. but thankfully the internet Wayback machine saved a lot of their stories and articles.
Aron’s Musings / Pixel Dust is a starting WordPress blog by one of my ex-roommates and good friends. Not much on there right now but check it out for more to come.
This was a host of many of the shows that we listened to when growing up and provides just a wonderful amount of angry media to dig your hands into until your fingers and nothing but bloody stumps! It’s just a shame that many of them sorta “grew up” and stopped doing the shows anymore. Never-the-less the archives are entertaining to go through. They are another part of our inspiration on how we conduct ourselves on this blog. Valuing privacy above all other things while looking at corporations with a smile and handshake while holding a gun in the other hand.
It will probably come as no surprise that we are supporters of repair.org. But what this organization does is fight for the rights for technicians to have the ability to fix things in order to keep industry working. This is anything from cars, phones, industrial machinery, and more. Currently, there are companies out there that think that an unauthorized person who repairs their equipment should be jailed. Even if the person repairing it purchased and owns that piece of equipment. Companies are using intellectual property as a weapon to beat down their end-users and small business owners in order to prematurely end the life of their products forcing the consumer to buy even more. If you don’t want to donate to anything that would be a good cause. Donate to these guys.
In the mind-fuck augmented reality game department, we have “This is my Milwaukee” where it goes into detail about how Milwaukee will end up becoming in the not-so-distant future. Although it’s just a YouTube link I have respect to the group that did this because of how it parodies so many things.
Update 09/20/2015: Currently undergoing a site re-vamp Syndyne took down their videos about This is my Milwaukee. What a shame. a YouTube backup is available.
This site is almost like going through a furry museum. The “Internet Services” that Tigerden provides is web-hosting and ‘shell accounts’ which for those not old enough to remember the painful days of dial-up shell accounts were cheaper but you typically could only do one task at a time, unlike PPP or SLIP where you could multi-task over a TCP-Socket. Old work terminology aside We tried to do a link exchange with this site however there was no response. Not a deal-breaker TigerWolf, you’re still cool and thanks for all of the help you did throughout the community.
This is a personal blog site of Tremaine. A man I listened to throughout most of my early adult life when he used to be a pod-caster for a gaming network. He has now gone off to be a professional writer. I respect him greatly as he is one of those men who can offer an opinion from an entirely new perspective. This is unbelievably rare in this day and age kids! Which is why I am putting him into my link section right here.
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That sounded pretty creepy. But if you got a website and would like to promote me then the logo is below. As always, thank you for reading!