Here is a list of some of my favorite
bookmarks/hot links around the Web. Some are the pages of friends,
while others, like the Hubble site, are posted by educational
institutions. If you feel your home page belongs on this list,
please drop me a message. This web page will be frequently updated.
Hiwiller's home page
A friend's homepage and links; nicely
done, and cross-linked with my own web pages!
Fulbrook's home page
P.C. Paul Fulbrook's pages. Paul lives
in Worcester, England, and takes wonderful pictures of his canie
trips down the river Severn. He has also composed some very nice
pages about his local church and favorite pubs!
When my brother traveled to the
Holy Land with his church back in 1997, he sent me images and
text every evening; I created web pages daily for the family
and friends of the travelers. My brother found it a good exercise
to have to write down his experiences daily, though a broken
video camera made the digital picture-taking difficult. I did
what I could with PhotoShop to mend the distortions that resulted
from a rock tumbling down the Saqqara pyramid and scratching
the lens of his camcorder! The entire account of the trip is
For cat, dirigible, and thylacine enthusiasts:
a very eclectic series of pages with interesting and somewhat
A nicely executed set of bilingual pages
covering many different areas of personal interest.
Big Nose Bird
A really helpful site for those who want to add sophisticated
features to their websites. BNB offers pages and pages of extremely
clear instructions and scads of shareware and freeware for burgeonning
HTML authors. Highly recommended!
An unfunded and unofficial effort by one
individual to make culture available for free, Nicholas Pioch's
WebMuseum shows the marvelous educational potential of the Web.
All people who love the arts must visit --and contribute to--
Some of the most awe-inspiring pictures
ever taken of the universe. Don't miss this one, though downloads
can take an exasperatingly long time.
Here is one of the Web's best tours. In
Download your free Real Audio driver to
listen to audio over the web in real time! (Your computer must
have a sound card for Real Audio to work).
Listen to two French newscasts a day using
your Real Audio driver.
Listen to WKSU (Kent State University,
Ohio) to listen to NPR broadcasts and local Ohio news, using
Page and images ©
1999 by Robert F. Jeantet
Latest update March 25 1999
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