BigEye provides two formats, each designed relative to your primary
purpose in using the Internet.
If your interest is fundamentally EXPLORATORY, stemming from
a desire to browse ("surf") this extraordinary new medium, we recommend
that you spend some time surfing the 12 pages of uncategorized links to
the best sites on the web. Start at Page #1
if you are frustrated at watching television and channel-clicking there.
We know that you will enjoy these web sites as much as we did when discovering
them as the web grew from 1995 until today.
If you interest is FOCUSED in a general area or on a specific topic, you will
want to use this site's "Centers" which can be accessed via
Table of Contents. Once you become familiar with
this site, you will probably prefer to begin any web search among BigEye's
carefully selected resources in order to avoid the thousands of responses
from traditional search-engines, now that the web has reached immense
Should you be unable to find what exactly you are seeking, either on BigEye
itself or via its carefully selected resource sites, employ
BigEye Internet Search which queries ten of the
web's top search engines and filters duplicates, dead sites, and trash from
Many web users find that the best way to scroll down through a web page is to use
keyboard keys, rather than the mouse and the scroll-bar at the right of the
page. Once the page is loaded, click one time anywhere on the screen, and
then use keyboard directional keys. You can use the up and down arrow keys to
move the page one line at a time, and the PageUp and PageDown keys to move it
one screen at a time. If you are unfamiliar with this easy method of viewing
webpages, try it now.
There are two methods of returning to your previous page. The first is by
means of clicking the "Back" button on your web-browser. Try also using
your mouse: right-click on the page you are viewing and then left-click
on "Back". Many persons find the mouse method easier, once learned.
If you would like assistance or advice about the Internet, computers,
networking, software, and such, the fastest and least expensive way to get
information is by accessing BigEye's Help Center.
The Internet and the web are growing rapidly, having now reached huge
proportions. Our team is creating a navigational system for this new medium's
more experienced users. Althougth there is no ideal solution, BigEye now
ranks among the web's top one-percent in the number of links from independent
web sites - see some of the recent additions to
For more background about Bigeye, see Webmaster's
Message. Constructive comments and suggestions are always welcomed.