Some Ancient Passages from my "Hot List"
Well, they were goodies at one point, but I haven't maintained
this list very often or very well. Caveat Emptor. See my
Net.People page for what a "Hot List" is. Old time web hacks
know all about it.
- The Electronic Frontier
Foundation (see my causes page) used to have this resource called
Guide to the Internet. This was formerly known as the Big
Dummy's Guide to the Internet; I think I preferred the
older title! It's mainly of historic interest now.
The United States Constitution. See the Irish/Celtic
section for the Irish Constitution.
- The Nine Planets (yes, dammit,
NINE!), a multimedia tour of the Solar
System. This site started on the SEDS web server at the Lunar
and Planetary Lab on the University of Arizona campus in Tucson,
- My all-time favourite episode of
Star Trek: The Next Generation is without hesitation
The Inner Light. Here's another
site with a description of the episode. Looks like
I'm not the only one who likes it.
I'll put something about Babylon 5
here soon. Not that there's any shortage of info out there on the
series... watching it night after night on TNT in early 1998
was, well, quite intense. Do I think Star Trek is better than