See below for a few of the sites I’ve put together, beginning sometime early in the 1990s.
TBTF: Tasty Bits from the Technology Front
|Spend some time amid the stacks at the TBTF home and archive. Between 1994 and 2001, Tasty Bits from the Technology Front alerted a growing readership to bellwethers in computer and communications technology, with special attention to commerce on the Internet. The subscriber list topped 16,000 when the newsletter wound down.|
|Here's my shingle hung out in cyberspace. if I can help you get a grip on your Web presence.|
|Visit Siliconia, the definitive list of “Silicon Whatever” appelations around the world. Currently listing 78 Siliconia associated with 105 locations.|
|The Congressional Hypocrites Page||The Hypocrites page shined an unwelcome spotlight on those Congress members who vote cynically and against principle on matters concerning the Internet.|
|Jargon Scout||The Jargon Scout aims to give you advance notice — preferably before Wired Magazine picks it up — of jargon that is just about ready to hatch into the Net’s language.|
The annular eclipse of May 10, 1994
A timeline of composers from 1500 to 1900 CE
A portrait with a dog named Network
A trip to Italy, October 1990
Indian pipes, August 2000
Moving a million-pound turbine, April 2001
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