For those of you looking to fill up your hard disk space as well as to waste time, below are some programs I wrote to help in that grand endeavour.
Click Here for Easy Bridge, my computer Bridge program.
Click Here for WinBlock, my 3-D falling blocks game.
Click Here for SuperCube,
my other 3-D falling blocks game.
If you're curious who I am, click here.
No web page would be complete without some links, so here are a few of my recommended sites, in no particular order:
The Sierra Club, Los
PC Week Online
Roget Ebert Online
For fans of the progressive rock supergroup Yes (the
band ever, IMHO), try the following:
Notes from The Edge
If you're feeling philosophical today, you might peruse these sites:
The Ayn Rand Institute (Click Here for a random quote from Ayn Rand)
The CATO Institute
The Freedom Forum Online
And for fairness and balance, I'll point you to some sites attacking
the (ahem) evil capitalist machinery:
The Noam Chomsky Archive
World Socialist Web Site
Here are some other sites you might want to check out:
Here's my Number One source for news:
Salon is perhaps the archetype of the classic Web magazine:
Are you the type to believe everything you hear? Then you
check out this page:
The Skeptic's Page
Can't get enough of stories like the one about the dying kid looking
for get-well cards, or the guy that woke up in a bathtub with a kidney
missing? Then check out these sites:
The alt.folklore.urban and Urban Legends Archive Page, and
The Urban Legends Reference Page
For the thoughful male's perspective on today's most
issues, be sure to check out::