It's been one year since Enter Stage Right has
been naming a Link of the Month, so your editor thought it would be appropriate
to choose a Link of the Year from the twelve below.
It wasn't easy since with the luxury of only choosing one web site every
month, I can take the time to name only what I think is the best. To choose
the best out of that group takes some time considering some of the sites
ESR has profiled, heavyweight efforts like The Museum of Communism
It's fitting that the first site we profiled in June 1997 is also the
June 1998 Link of the Year. Quackgrass Press has influenced ESR
since January 1997, whether it's the donation of last minute essays to
fill up the issue, or a piece of well reasoned email telling me where
I slipped up.
It may not boast the latest design, but the most important thing about
Quackgrass Press is its content. Essays covering a broad range of topics,
from why the 1960s didn't spell the end of it all to a theory on the very
important concept of leisure are available for you to read, print out
and spread to others, the primary purpose of the site. Add to that a recently
launched email list called Quackgrass Roots Network (sign up for it at
the site), and you've got a pretty hefty presence on the world wide web
for Michael Miller, the site's author.
Uncompromising advocacy of freedom and capitalism make Quackgrass Press
a very worth Link of the Year.