|This section, like most early links sections on the web, was
started to provide visitors with other interesting sites and to get
ourselves linked around the place. The most famous links page
of them all is Yahoo!, which we asked to link us back in 1994 and
we saw grow to the online presence it is today.
As Jack Yan & Associates grew on the internet,
we approached other sites to link to us. Or we had a decent dialogue with a webmaster, and added them to this section. When we reciprocated, their
sites wound up here. Since we always keep our word, we didnt
kill our links section as other sites did when they found it
no longer served them, because we felt an obligation to those who
said they would exchange with us.
So, this continues to be a growing section on our
site and in some ways, its a fun, historical look back at over 15
years of exchanging links on the web and a glance at some of the places
we surf to as online hot-spots.
Therell be an occasional link in this section
thatll have been a casualty of the dot-com crash. Whenever we
spot a site thats disappeared, we remove it. But many of those
that remain are still our recommendations of the best of the web.
We hope you enjoy this part of the Jack Yan & Associates site
and have a glimpse at the places weve considered our favourites.
Comprehensive Australian site with used and new car information,
including classified advertisements. Research section very well
A plain design, but plenty of data about cars and their specifications from 1941 to 2009
The New Zealand importer for FAAC, the global leader in automated
gates and access systems including traffic barriers, with a 30-year
history in the country
A German magazine
covering the graphic design profession. The online edition includes a blog and portfolios
Summer Rayne Oakes
We have worked with Summer Rayne since 2005, and she has built herself
a well deserved reputation in promoting environmental and sustainable
causes, including the areas of sustainable fashion and beauty as
exemplified with her book Style,
Naturally. She also advises on sustainability strategies
for the companies she works with
The Virtual Driver
Sawyer’s brilliant automotive website—one of the best written and most insightful that we’ve seen for ages