|“CHiPs” Online is created||May 11, 1995|
|Mirsky’s Worst of the Web||June 1, 1995|
|Geek Site of the Day||September 26, 1995|
|INTERNET underground magazine”Cure your Ponch-n-Jon jonesin’ at this shrine to those studs of the California Highway Patrol. There are guides to all the episodes (with names such as “Moving Violation” and “Highway Robbery”) and CHiPs images and sounds. A mailing list is promised for the truly faithful.”
Webmaster: Patrick Delahanty
|Point Survey’s Top 5% of the Web||January 31, 1996|
|Point Survey’s “New and Noteworthy”||April 3, 1996|
|The 80’s Server‘s Totally Awesome Site of the Day||March 25, 1996|
|RadioOne’s Daily Report||April 8, 1996|
|INTERNET underground magazineKOOK #7: Reviewers @ Point Communications. The people who give out the “Top 5% Pages on the Web” awards. Among their picks are pages for Buzz the Fly, a bathroom-humor cartoon about the life of a fly, “CHiPs” Online, The Gamera Web Page, 50 Years of Band-Aid (a page about finding some old Band-Aid boxes in a basement) Bluedog Can Count, (a dumb barking dog) and Prodigy Web Personals, probably the last place anyone would want to go when looking for a date online.||April 1996|
|Magellan Internet Guide out of
We WERE 4 stars, but for some reason, they changed it to 3. After they re-did their system, we were graded as “Recommended”.
|The Burlington Police Department
List of Fun Sites to Visit on the Net
|Quain’s Web ReviewsOn Pathfinder.com or
IBM Internet Connection
|June 20, 1996|
|CNet‘s The Web television program
“Hall of Shame”
|August 1, 1996|
|Flung of the Day||April 4, 1997|
|Flung of the Month||April, 1997|
|2000-2001 Golden Web Award||November 27, 2000|
|BBC WebGuide||Best of the Web||March, 2001|
|Best of the Web – Featured site||May 27 – June 2, 2001|
Be sure to let us know if you’ve reviewed “CHiPs” Online!
The correct URL for “CHiPs” Online is: https://CHiPs-TV.com/
It is our standard procedure not to include a link to your site here until you have created a link to us. (In other words, you have to honor US first.) If you remove your link to us, then we may remove our link to you.
There are literally hundreds of web pages which link to “CHiPs” Online. As a result, we must limit these “awards” to reviews of our site, certain “Site of the Day” lists, law enforcement sites, and big name reviewers (like CNet and the BBC).