Some interesting links that may or may not be relevant to anyone idk.

## External resources affiliated with Hexnet.org

The following is a list of pages and sites affiliated with the Global Hexagonal Awareness Project elsewhere on the internets, which you may or may not find links to elsewhere on the site:

- Hexagons.info (this is basically a glorified redirect to Hexnet.org, but it may evolve in the future)
- The Hexagonal Awareness Society
- Hexagonal Awareness Month
- Hexagons on Facebook
- Hexnet.org on Facebook
- Hexagons Are Better Than Squares group on the very same Facebook
- Hexagons on Google+
- Hexagon-Group on Google Groups
- Hexagonal Awareness Project on Tumblr
- Hexagrahamaton on Tumblr
- Hexagonbot on Twitter
- Hexagonal News on Twitter (formerly Hexnetorg)
- Hexagons subreddit
- Hexnet.org CafePress Store

## Sites related to hexagons

If you are interested in learning more about hexagons, and what have you, here are some other resources vaguely related to our concerns:

- Galeria Hexperience
- Geometric Visualizations of Hexagonal Hierarchies: Animation and Virtual Reality
- Hall of Hexagons
- Hexagon article on Wikipedia
- Hexagon definition - Math Open Reference
- Hexagonal.org
- Hexagonal Grids from Red Blob Games
- Hexagonismo y Arquitectura
- Hexagonal Engineering
- Hexagon Project
- Hexagons in a close-packed world. Hexagons Forever!
- Hexagons, Plane Geometry - Go Geometry
- Hexatron - Original computer art and computer games
- Hexayurt Project
- HexDome
- Hexels by Hex-Ray Studios

There seem to be a lot of hexagonal web games in Java and Flash these days. The following is "list" of such games. I will add to it as I run across them. I don't play many games though.

- Bubble Spinner
- Entanglement
- Hexagon - By Terry Cavanagh
- Super Hexagon - Also by Terry Cavanagh
- Hexagon Games at MiniGames.com
- Hexagong

The following is a selection of interesting websites and other online resources that I consider highly hexagonal in nature, though not necessarily *about* hexagons or hexagonal things per se.

- Andrew Gough's Arcadia
- Bee-Hexagon
- Bee Lore
- Buckminster Fuller Institute
- Buckminster Fuller's Synergetics
- Earth Ball .org
- Easy Domes
- HEXBUG Micro Robotic Creatures
- LogicHex
- Rebecca Li
- The Resonance Project
- Snowflakes and Snow Crystals
- Software Collidoscope Foundry - This fellow apparently peddles some sort of hexagonal cellular automata engine, which seems most interesting, though it is apparently only compiled for Windows
- Star of David (blog)
- The Visionary Artwork of Krystleyez
- Water structure and science

In a similar vein, the following are some important resources related to the preservation of honeybees, which has become of course a matter of great import to the hexagonal awareness community, as well as, like, other living things on the planet.

Some interesting and useful hexapod-related resources. While we of course prefer regularly-hexagonal hexapods for a variety of reasons, it is worth remembering that all hexapods operate on fundamentally hexagonal principles, and their utility ought rightly be considered an extension of hexagonal superiority, even in their most retrograde, orthogonal arrangements.

- Dash Robotics
- Hexy - Open-Source, Low-Cost Hexapod
- Project Hexapod
- Hexapod article on Wikipedia

## Sites about dozenals

- Dozenal Society of America
- Dozenal Society of Great Britain
- Dozenal (Base 12) Advocacy group on Facebook
- Dozenal/Decimal Converter Calculator
- Dozensonline
- Duodecimal article on Wikipedia
- SourceForge.net: dozenal - A complete suite of dozenal programs

## Other interesting mathematical sites

- Ancient Greek Geometry
- GeoKone
- Flexagon Portal
- Hyperspace Star Polytope Slicer
- John Baez's Stuff
- Interesting topics in mathematics
- Laws of Form
- Mark Newbold's Home Page - Interesting Java applets, &c.
- Mathematics - Stack Exchange
- Metamath Home Page
- Naked Geometry (NSFW)
- Paul Falstad - More math Java applets
- Pi Is Wrong! - Bob Palai's original article denouncing the diameter-based circle constant
- No, really, pi is wrong - Michael Hartl's manifesto on the same topic, and proposal for the adoption of τ for the value of 2π

- Polytopes
- Random.org
- Topology and Geometry Software
- Touch Trigonometry
- Truncate, Expand, Snubify
- Wolfram MathWorld
- WolframAlpha

## Scientific and mathematical papers

Please be advised that several other interesting papers are stored locally in our Library.

- An Exceptionally Simple Theory of Everything - A. Garrett Lisi
- The Hexagon, the Solstice, and the Kiva - Chris Hardaker
- The Honeycomb Conjecture - Thomas C. Hales
- The Mathematical Universe - Max Tegmark

## Ontological and esoteric concerns

- Abrahadabra.com
- AstroQab
- Erowid
- Esoteric Archives
- The Hermetic Library at Hermetic.com
- The High Weirdness Project
- Internet Sacred Text Archive
- Principia Discordia
- The Six Enneads of Plotinus

## Blogs and periodicals of varying degrees of pertinence

- Dinosaur Comics
- The Exiled
- FuturePundit
- McSweeney's Internet Tendency
- Paleofuture
- Reality Sandwich
- War Nerd
- xkcd

## Some interesting podcasts having little to do with hexagons

- C-Realm Podcast
- Europe from its Origins
- The History of Rome
- The History of Byzantium
- KunstlerCast
- Psychedelic Salon

## A further selection of interesting Wikipedia articles

- Carbon nanotube
- Central place theory
- Close-packing of spheres
- Dihedral group
- Hexagonal chess - I have honestly never cared for hexagonal chess—the structure of chess is too closely adapted to orthogonality for it to really make sense—but I would be remiss if I did not mention it.
- Mathematical universe hypothesis
- Symmetry group
- Trigonometric functions