Ever since I won an honourable mention in the Sun's 1995 Java applet programming contest and was selected by Scientific American as a winner of the 2003 Sci/Tech Web Awards, my abacus pages have become quite popular.
My shrine to Kubrick's masterpiece and the greatest science fiction motion picture ever made.
In 2005, I switched to Mac OS X and documented my pilgrimage in pathological detail. I am now a complete convert.
My Canon 50D journal, which began in 2008, has photos and comments about Canon's mid-range digital SLR camera.
My Fuji X-E1 journal reviews Fuji's mirrorless interchangeable lens digital camera.
A review of the Seiko SNK809 automatic self-winding watch.
Emacs is The One True Editor; it is all things to all people. My
Emacs page has some useful links including my
A collection of papers and personalities related to hacking.
By tracking the number of repeat watchings of movies, I can hope to determine which movies are worthy of adding to my collection.
Brief summaries and excerpts of books I have read. I stopped reading fiction for a while, until I realized how beneficial it actually was.
My homepage didn't always look like this.
A woman of such marvelous insight that she summed up my entire existence in a single, brief sentence.
X apps FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions for comp.windows.x.apps.
Sony SJ33 Clié
A versatile and indispensible friend and companion.
Save your memories
Make a picture-frame using SIMMs.
A message of the day browser for X.
Generate "pretty" PostScript source code listings (most languages) using TeX.
Perl script to convert Project Gutenberg texts to HTML.