March 2001: GPS asks for a site map. I'll construct one this month. I don't want to rush it; there are security issues.
Dow Jones News/Retrieval (fee-based ...)
French Embassy Press Review via the home gopher hole.
Norfolk Virginian-Pilot [contact: firstname.lastname@example.org]
Ottawa Citizen, Ottawa Hill Times, and Ottawa X Press (log in as "guest")
Palo Alto Weekly
Raleigh News & Observer
USA Today (available only to registered Cleveland Freenetters
Hebdomaire Chroniques de Cybirie
UoM's electronic text archive.
Online Book Initiative
Human Languages Page.
Travels with Samantha.
This collection of Marx' and Engels' writing ought to show up in the obvious on-line indexes, but I haven't been able to find it through OBI, Yahoo, ... (more on Marx is available elsewhere, incidentally).
Words, Wit, and Wisdom
A page on the songs and poetry of Robert Burns.
Quotes from the Net
I'm still reading what Michele Tepper has put together.
Jorn Barger recently came up with yet another interesting perspective on Netnews, which gives whole new flavors of fun to reading it.
I subscribe to NeoSoft, of Houston, Texas, for my on-line access. Reach me as email@example.com.
I founded sci.anthropology, the on-line index to newsgroup archives, and the Houston WWW Business Guide. I'm supposed to edit RESECON's reviews, but I've shirked that so far, despite R. M. Porter's great leadership. Other recurring interests include domestication; innovation (I run a low-volume mailing list on the topic); comp.software.interoperable, comp.lang.advocacy, comp.software-eng.reviews, ... [explain this someday]; mathematics (this is natural, as I am constitutionally a mathematician); net culture; ...
Employment, most recently with Gensym Corporation, as a professional programmer has occupied most of my last two decades. I've also demonstrated competence in farm work and radio broadcasting, with shorter stints as a tree trimmer, construction worker, college tutor, parent, market gardener, ... After years and years of struggle, my partner has made me to understand that my preferences sometimes are as interesting as my competences. This challenges my comfort; perhaps I'll elaborate on the theme in a few more months.
My brother, among others, "holds down the fort" in bucolic northwest Indiana (he currently lives a couple of miles from the Purdue University campus), where I lived almost all my life before the '90s. The exceptions were (too) brief periods in Mexico and northern Norway. More recently, I've worked on the Cote (provencal) d'Azur and the Texas Gulf Coast.
Net.work on my mind just now: I'm trying to decide whether a "manifesto" I posted on professionalism in anthropology merits expansion to publication on paper. Also, I'm sketching an FAQ for sci.anthropology, writing an analytic taxonomy of net.services, and trying to understand what development environments are propitious for programming multi-lingually.
I'm trying to decide if I want to subscribe to ISDN at home. Until SWBT adjusts its tariffs, the answer'll be "no".
Oxford Forestry Institute.
[PUT IN POINTER TO BIO-ANTH.]
Luzeaux-iana include theoretical papers on rule systems, ergodicity, ...
DEC's research center has good people working on a variety of projects; of particular interest to me are Luca Cardelli's analyses.
Alf-Christian Achilles has collected many bibliographies on topics in computer science.
"Boundary math" is a project of Jeff James.
Earliest Known Uses of Symbols
The McCarrison Society Scottish Group