- http://mitpress.mit.edu/books/FLAOH/cbnhtml/javalarge.html.
- http://facstaff.unca.edu/mcmcclur/java/Julia/
- http://www.javaview.de/vgp/tutor/fractal/PaFractalImage.html
- http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/applets/JuliaIteration.html

- A nice little Flash animation of stretching and folding.
- A colorful picture of the Smale map. From Chaos and Cosmos, by Peter H. Richter.

- Mathworld. A huge site with explanations of almost any mathematical term imaginable. There are thousands and thousands of entries here.

- FAQ
for sci.nonlinear. Lots of good, reliable information here.
Might be a little on the technical side at times.
- The Chaos
Hypertextbook. A nice introduction to chaos and fractals, at a
level similar to the Devaney text we're using. The list of internet
resources is extremely good. This is a very helpful index of
around 200 links.
- James Gleick. Yup, the author of our book has a web page. He has some interesting articles up.

- Computational
Beauty of Nature. Some good info, and some very cool java applets.
- Here are two great Cellular Automata pages:
- Exploring the Space of Cellular Automata. This site has a very easy-to-use interface that will let you produce tons of space-time diagrams. (To find this interfact, follow the elementray CA link or go here.
- The Primordial Soup Kitchen. This site was built by David Griffeath, a math prof at the University of Wisconsin. Lots of colorful applets here.

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