Welcome to the web ring you've stumbled on here: May I suggest as your next stop benfurgal.com, about which you can read a brief history if you just keep moving your eyes around like that.
According to archive.org, on Sept. 4, 2004, a fragment of benfurgal.com looked like this:
2004 was designated the International Year of Rice by the United Nations. Rice is the edible seed of certain species of grass, which is surprising because we don't usually think of humans as grazers or ruminants but billions of us eat aspects of the grasses every day. Many kinds of grasses grow in marshes, including the very grasses whose seeds are often eaten as rice. A marsh is a kind of wetland characterized by a presence of grasses. Normally marshes, as opposed to swamps, lack woody vegetation such as trees and shrubs. They also usually lack peat-producing vegetation such as sphagnum moss, as opposed to mires. Mires are divided into two categories by wetland ecologists. Bogs are the foremost among them.
Now part of benfurgal.com looks like this:
The technology provided for this web ring was brought to you by: