People on the WWW
The links that follow lead to the personal web pages of friends, acquaintances, or maybe even total
strangers I have tripped over while stumbling around the web. This is a selected list of links
and people I do not mind being associated with. I may add or subtract from the list, from time to time,
as the mood strikes me (or as they complain about being associated with me).
- Akkana Peck, author of the
Shallowsky.com webpages. I've known her since she
ws a talented kid, and now she's a talented adult. Not bad.
award winning autocross driver
and software magician.
Somebody worth knowing.
- SuccessNet is a Los Angeles based internet service provider,
run by another former fellow grad student,
Mike Batie. OK, maybe I'm biased, but it's a new company, good people, worth a look.
- Online Zoologists, the home of
Wesley Elsberry and
wife Diane Blackwood.
Learn about zoology &
evolutionary biology. Wesley, like me, is an ardent anti-creationist, and has
his own extensive web collection on
evolution vs creation.
- Stephen Hawking. Visit the webpages of one of the
world's most famous scientists.
- Ask Mr. Calculus! He may not be
Stephen Hawking (but then again, who really knows?). But if you are a student with calculus questions,
Mr. Calculus has the answers, or at least that's what he says. I know one good way to find out.
Primarily intended for high school students, but beginning college students might get by too.
- Laura Danly,
Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physics and Astronomy,
at the University of Denver (Colorado),
and Curator of Space Science
at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
I met her back in '96 on a local TV talk show, the host of which was convinced that
Comet Hale-Bopp was bound to destroy the Earth.
I don't think we changed his mind, but perhaps the fact that we are still here has (maybe).
- The Leah Hotz Fan Club.
Leah Hotz, cellist for the world reknowned Pasadena Youth Symphony Orchestra, now
has her own webpage.
Updated March 27, 2001
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