Not everything on the Web is Zen, and not everything (not) Zen is good or bad. What I mean to say is that I want to include some links to Websites that are not about Zen things but I like them anyway.
Calypta opens with the sad story of a girl who waited vainly for her lover to return to her from the sea. But don’t let that stop you from exploring all the interesting stuff there.
Card Gaming Info may sound like it’s all about gambling but it’s really all about card gaming (like “Crazy 8’s”).
The Discovery Blog is one of the Internet’s most under-rated resources. If you are looking for new sites to explore this is the place to find them.
Food Harmony takes an almost zen approach to appreciating food. It’s worth mentioning just for that reason alone.
Marketer’s Insight peels away much of the hyperbole and salesiness of the usual “make money on the Web” promotionalism to explain some of the basic ideas behind Internet marketing.
The Middle-earth Blog is kind of Zen because it looks at the details AND the big picture about J.R.R. Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings books.
Old History covers some of the less well-known aspects of ancient history. I wish the site were larger.
Supervenient is still in the formative stages. I mean it doesn’t publish much but it looks interesting.
Travel Park is kind of a Zen Website for people who spend a lot of time on the road. Some good tips there.
Whimsicalness is a great directory “built on whimsy” if the owner is to be believed. I so no reason not to. Nothing else would explain all the crazy listings.
Wizard of Cash is a financial and personal budgeting advice site. The article seem to be pretty reasonable.
Zanyish is a blog with some interesting articles. It doesn’t have a lot of content but what I found there was pretty interesting.