- My Excite - I use this for my start
page, with news headlines, weather snippets, and television listings.
- CNN - Other than NPR, this is my main
source for news.
- Foxtrot - I was
introduced to this comic by a friend because of the math-geek kid. I now
read it every day.
- Dilbert - I own most of the
Dilbert books, and I've read each of them many times. Hang around me long
enough and you'll get tired of hearing me quote Dilbert at you. I may even
quote Dilbert more than The Simpsons.
- My Monster - I originally set up
this account to search for the job I currently have. I continue to use it
to keep up with what's out there and to look for jobs for my friends.
of Boston Job Bank - This is an association of book publishers in the
Boston area. I went to one of their seminars through work (after hours),
but I left at the break since it was pretty much useless. However, their
web site has a job site with publishing jobs. I look at these myself and
send them to friends.
- Slow Wave - Jesse Reklaw draws
people's dreams and puts a new one up approximately every week.
- NPR Weekend
Edition Sunday Puzzle - Puzzles sent in by listeners and selected by
Will Shortz. They range from extremely easy to extremely difficult.
- LiveJournal - A place for
online journals. I started doing this in November 2001. It's a nice way to
keep up with what everyone is doing, since a majority of my friends are on
here as well. If you want to know my username on LiveJournal, just ask.
- New Genre - A small-press
fiction and science fiction journal that I have done some work for. Okay,
so I don't visit this site regularly, but I thought this would be a good
place for this link. Great stories. Definitely check the magazine out.
- Perl Monks - A site for Perl questions and answers. Home to several
tutorials which I found useful while learning Perl.
- New York
Times Bridge Column - This column is posted three times per week. It
discusses one bridge hand. I'm currently learning bridge, so it is
interesting to read this column, although I am sometimes left scratching
- Strange Horizons - A
weekly Web-based speculative fiction magazine. Something I might consider
submitting to if I ever start writing more.
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Last modified: 23 February 2004