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Adobe Golive: My web development application of choice

Arts Organizations

Canal Boats: See photos of our trip on the
  Llangollen Canal in Wales
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The Dance Business


Featured Websites

Robert Frerck
I came across Robert Frerck's remarkable travel photography by chance. I'm a huge fan of his masterpiece, "Eternal Spain."

Paula's Painting & Other Things

Paula Dowers is an eclectic artist whose painted objects and furniture are remarkable


A fellow Californian, George Illes' work illustrates the ebb and flow of life around him, capturing exquisite moments with the awe of a child and with respect for all living things.


Jarrett Gorin is a genius at geometric serendipity. He has a talent for seeing relationships of color and design in the world around us that amazes me again and again.

Rrramone's Illustrations

I had been pushing Willie Baronet for years to post his unique sketchbooks on the Web--here's the result

Trixi's Stretching

Tanya Conovaloff's site presents a delightful diversity of beautiful photographs and illustrations

Vernon Trent's Photoblog

Vernon Trent is a German photographer whom I have not yet have the pleasure of meeting. His online photography gallery featgures abstracts, emotions, people and travel photography and sometimes features experimental work. As Vernon says, "Amateurs worry about equipment, professionals worry about money, masters worry about light, I make pictures."

King Douglas Consulting

I make my living in marketing research, statistics and data management. I'm an expert in SPSS...see below

Diverse Cultures/Uncommon Skills: Profiles of Six SPSS Experts

I traveled the world in 2005 to interview and photograph SPSS* experts in Moscow, Russia; Buenos Aires, Argentina; Pamplona, Spain; Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Washington, D.C.; and Providence Rhode Island

*SPSS is a statistics and data management application.

Nothing Better To Do With Your Time?

PC Resources





Web Resources


What CSS can accomplish: Explore'll be impressed


The amazing Cirque du Soleil

The wonderful Art Institute of Chicago


Jonathan's Boring But Useful Site
Musings on music, dance and IT

Jonathan says his site is intended for: "People who work in dance, particularly ballet; students, researchers. People who do things in the arts, but occasionally need quick access to reliable information to inform a project."

Ballet Alert!
Devoted to classical and neoclassical ballet

"All things ballet and dance in the world & the UK in great depth"

American Ballet Theatre

Andros on Ballet...history, bios, links

CANAL BOATS/Narrowboats

George's Canal Boats in the U.K. and Europe, with some North America information. Lots of info on narrowboats

The Internet Movie Database

Reel | The Planet's Biggest Movie Store

Current Roger Ebert Movie Reviews


The Annoying Celebrity Poll

 :-(   Despair, Inc
Demotivators (be sure to browse the archives)

Useless information. Stuff you never needed to know but your life would be incomplete without

Find an online radio station

Rolling Stone Magazine


Groove Mechanic: eliminate clicks, pops and hiss when transferring vinyl records and tape to digital sound

Morphing software

PC Hell: help with your PC problems. Everyone has been to PC Hell at one time or another.


Simon Richardson's excellent dance photography and portraiture

Rob Britton is a world traveler and an excellent writer with a great eye for travel photographs

Rob's Travels

Robert Frerck's stock photograph site dedicated to travel photos. Buy his books..."Eternal Spain" is GREAT!

WeeklyShot is a new kind of group photoblog and photo challenge. A new theme is announced every week. Photographers then interpret the theme and upload their own photos in response. During the week, users critique the images and decide which ones get featured on the homepage for all to see.

Order historical prints from the Library of Congress

BWC Imaging Labs. My photography lab in Dallas


Janee's PhotoShop Tutorials

Total Training. Excellent training in Photoshop, GoLive, Illustrator & other Adobe products

Adobe Studio Exchange. Developers' resources for all things Adobe


Readings by Robert Frost and others, provided by the Media Resources Center of the University of California at Berkeley.

A Texas Travel, History & Architecture Magazine. A delightful and well-written resource on things Texan: excellent photos, stories, travel reservations and more. Subscribe to their newsletter.

Find out what those acronyms and abbreviations stand for.

Great Books Online

Famous Quotes: What you need, when you need it

All Things Shakespeare

Carl Sagan's Baloney Detection Kit

The Skeptic's Dictionary: "The most common of all follies is to believe passionately in the palpably not true. It is the chief occupation of mankind."
--H. L. Mencken

Raynald Levesque's great resource for SPSS programmers

Great circle mapper (Shortest distance between two points on Earth)

Science News weekly, online version

Wordnet: a lexical database for the english language (a different kind of dictionary)

Math challenged? Solutions found here.
Dave's Math Tables

Or try this for more math tips
The Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math The Universal Currency Converter ®
The Universal Currency Converter(tm)

WEB RESOURCES Free ASP, Javascript & more

ASP tutorials and scripts by Alexander Haneng

HTML tutorials by Ross Shannon

WebMonkey, The web developer's resource
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