Please take a
few minutes to read through this page. Understanding how the Looking-Glass
"solar system" works means you are prepared for an easy and
safe journey around the coolest, most fascinating, compassionate web
environment... beyond cyberspace!
- Getting Around
- Safe Journey
- Useful information
and optimizing tips
Access to all
information in all areas of the Looking-Glass is free..
map" is an A to Z pathway list based on categories.
Looking-Glass and VeggieGlobal cannot afford to have a full cross-site
search engine at the moment.
the Looking-Glass House. If you do get lost just click on the house
button, which you'll find on the top right hand of almost every page
within the Looking-Glass main site. The house button brings you back
to the Looking-Glass Homelands
Reception (the main editorial / contents page where
you can select normal "in frame" planets and moons and everything else
in the solar system! In VeggieGlobal just use the labyrinth link on
the top bar to get to Looking-Glass and a category list, (or just click
back to the front menu page of VeggieGlobal by clicking on the flowers
logo on the top of every page of www.veggieglobal.com.)
the Lighthouse... a landmark feature inside the Dreambeat Dimension.
(you can find out about the dimension on the Looking-Glass in detail
pages) The Lighthouse provides a swift passage to the important issues
which require attention and interaction through your own compassionate
motivation. You'll find the Lighthouse
at the top of most pages at Looking-Glass and VeggieGlobal.
GUIDANCE AND FUN FOR EVERYONE.
Looking-Glass is the
only web system to provide clear, graphical warning about any aspect
which may require supervision or permission of parents and guardians.
Nearly all of the Looking-Glass solar system is suitable for children,
but where caution is recommended a
(PG) sign is
placed next to any links which follow through to a page that requires
parental guidance. The sign is also displayed clearly on the actual
page next to the title. More pg signs
are primarily displayed in the chat rooms as well as next to all links
which lead to chat rooms.
Although we don't expect Looking-Glass chat rooms to attract undesirables,
we feel it is better to point out the potential dangers of using such
forms of communication on the Internet. So, if you see your child
viewing a page with the
near the top left of the screen, then it is at your discretion as
a parent to act accordingly. Elsewhere on Looking-Glass, any odd "colourful"
words in the text will be entirely relevant to the subject matter
and not written without careful consideration. If there are however,
any pages that may be subject to parental guidance we will display
sign there also.
There is an age limit on the sites subscription forms. If your child
is under 16 and wishes to subscribe to the sites, parents are asked
to fill the forms on their behalf. This is just a double safety measure.
Although all subscription details remain secure and never passed to
third parties this extra precaution means that your child's identity
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Solar System is almost entirely "organic" in its web structure, (in
other words the pages are individually created by human hands rather
than script automation) Our links are therefore hand "written". Although
we are proud to say that all our links work almost 100% of the time,
there is always a slight margin for error when updating this 3000 plus-page
web experience (and rising!). If you come across a link which doesn't
seem to open a page as it should do, please contact
us with a description of the page and about the link that's
misbehaving! Your feedback is most appreciated. We want to ensure that
the Looking-Glass solar system becomes your most reliable site on the
web as well as your classic wonderland of peace, compassion quality
and style... a dimension away from the Internet rush hour!
your "favorite" site or your "favourite" site?!...
A word about Anglo-Americanisms.
To the horror of traditional
English language purists, the Internet is converging English into a
cocktail of cross-Atlantic spellings. In true nonpolitical form, Looking-Glass
takes the mid Atlantic option and uses both American and Anglo spellings
throughout its editorials... It seems the fairest and most practical way
to keep everyone happy! By
the way, did you know that the site's spelling of "Looking-Glass"
with the hyphen is the correct historical spelling... so don't get confused
with any other looking-glass sites on the web with incorrect spellings!
And remember, we are www.looking-glass.co.uk
but we are not "looking-glass.com".
read the guided introduction to Looking-Glass, its future... and perhaps
An introduction to the Dreambeat
Tired of dumbing down? ....Evolve
to the page you last visited
in and introduce yourself
the Looking-Glass homelands page (main contents)
main contents page