Rubik's links German Online-Shop where you can buy the Rubik's Cube and other Rubik's puzzles. Another German Online-Shop which sells the Cube and other puzzles. German solution page for the Rubik's Cube from Jürgen Fischbach which I used as example for my page. International speedcubing forum Site of Werner Randelshofer whose Java Applet I have extended for a 5x5x5 Cube. There you can download the Applet which I use on my site. Stefan Pochmann, one of the worlds fastest "Rubik's Cube solver", uses first the above mentioned Java Applets for the Professor Cube on his site. Solution page for "big cubes" which is similar to mine and uses also the same Java Applets. While my website shows - in my opinion - an easy to learn solution especially for beginners, the solution on this site seems to be good for speedcubers. Page with official and unofficial world records for the Rubik's Cubes and other Rubik's products. There you'll find also information on all past and upcoming Rubik competitions.
Official Rubik's web site The American Jonathan P. Brown has built a robot consisting of LEGO pieces which can solve the Rubik's Cube (3x3x3 Cube). With help of a LEGO camera and a picture evaluation software, at first the initial condition of the Cube is determined and then the Cube is solved controlled by a program. His web site contains also a video of the CubeSolver in action.
Website with building instructions for a LEGO cube solving robot

Links from my home

I live in Münchshofen, a part of the town Teublitz. Teublitz lies in the administrative district Schwandorf in the Free State of Bavaria Neighbouring village of Münchshofen
Though Premberg doesn't have half as much inhabitants as Münchshofen (about 300), Premberg has a own, very well done web site. High water news service Bavaria
There's a map of Bavaria on this site, where Münchshofen (about 800 inhabitants) is marked :-) Kolping family Münchshofen Ice sports club Münchshofen Voluntary fire brigade Münchshofen Burschenverein "Morgenrot" (bachelor club "morning red") Münchshofen Ski club Teublitz

News/information/science Online version of the "Rheinische Post"
One of the most extensive and most up-to-date online newspapers This site lists all mistakes (both trivial things and intentional misinformation) at the "BILD" newspaper Online version of the "Mittelbayerische Zeitung" (middle Bavarian newspaper) Current news about football (soccer) and many other sports Current news about football (soccer) and many other sports German football (soccer) association Online version of the New York Times English version of the web site of the Arabian news broadcaster "Al Dschasira"
Al Dschasira isn't - what many people may think - a TV broadcaster which spread radical Islamist propaganda but - in my opinion - a respectable objective news service. Through the accompanying link everyone can form an own opinion. In a news article about the death of Pope John Paul II Al Dschasira wrote: World unites in mourning Pope's death

Space flight Official web site of the American space agency NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) NASA site about human space flight One of the best German web sites about space science and space flight English space flight site
Official site of the European Space Agency ESA
German Aerospace Center This site informs about the times when the International Space Station ISS or any celestial body can be seen from an arbitrary point of the world. Everyone who doesn't know the coordinates from his point of view can simply select his location from the huge data base. There can be found even small villages in the size of Münchshofen.

Charitable organizations: German Red Cross Welthungerhilfe (world hunger help) Human rights organization Amnesty International Malteser International Environmental protection organization Greenpeace
"Only when the last tree has died and the last river has been poisoned and the last fish has been caught will we realize that we can't eat money" (Cree Indian wisdom)

Other Virtual time machine
Search engine which enables a time travel in the past. Extensive archive of almost all web sites, which makes it possible to have a look how an arbitrary chosen web site has looked several years ago. World map
In this map you can see satellite photos of every point of the earth. The photos are detailed enough that I even found Münchshofen, a small village with about 800 inhabitants. In well-chosen areas (e.g. Munich) you can zoom in that you can see buildings and even cars.

*Note for all links:
I take no responsibility for the content of web sites I have linked on my site. Responsible for the content is only the originator of the web site. If someone should attain knowledge, however, that one of these sites offends against any law please let me know, I'll remove the corresponding site from my link list immediately.