One of the Web's big growth areas is in bots and search engines, so here are a few:
Alta Vista
The multithreaded query page.
JumpStation and JumpStation II at Stirling, in Scotland.
World Wide Web Robots, Wanderers, and Spiders
W3 Search Engines

Here are some junction boxes on the web:
Demon: Links to other information sources
Demon: United Kingdom Based WWW Servers.
The World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Subject Catalogue
Special Internet Connections
The CIA World Fact Book on gopher.
Godling's Glossary
by Dave Krieger, who has been most courteous to frameless browsers, while still making good use of them for who can.
World-Wide Web Servers: Summary
SunSITE Northern Europe at the Department of Computing, Imperial College, London.
the Finnish University and Research Network's big server, with a good selection of starting points.
FlyBase in Cambridge has a Big Fat Collection of places to look for information.

Useful Stuff

Now for a few other useful links:
Fax Your MP
The Periodic Table of the chemical elements
Random Number Generation
is a well understood science, though I prefer to call it chaotic number generation. Elsewhere, it's also discussed in conjunction with Stochastic Simulation alongside some pointers to resources for mathematicians, especially probability theorists.
Here's some bibliography.
Here are the hook-in points for information on
Numerical Recipes and the (public domain) SLATEC library.
The EVCA Project and the Computational Mechanics Archive at Santa Fe.
The IlliGAL Home Page

I'm trying to learn a little about Bayesian methods in probability theory. Here's a selection of places I found in an afternoon of searching with Lycos, plus some later additions:

Maximum Entropy / Space-time Algebra Group WWW Server
David MacKay's Home Page
David J.C. MacKay's FTP exports
including quite a lot of papers.
Welcome to the Buster Server
General Program for Bayesian Inference
B.D. Ripley's ftp archive.
NASA's Bayes group

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