I always believed that you can tell a lot about a person by the magazines they read, how they decorate their bedroom walls, and spend their free time. This principle extends to the links that one visits. On this page you will find a brief annotated list of the links I most visit or admire.
My wife's own artistic site holds biographical information about here and a host of personal photos of us. Expect big changes in her site in the near future.
My brother's site has basically transformed into a gallery of photos he has taken on his many international trips. He has made quite a name for himself as an Internet photographer through the sleek, simple design and high quality photos. If you're ever bored, it's a great place to visit.
New England Patriots
I'm from Foxborough, Massachusetts and I follow the New England Patriots, both on and off season. I visit this site every day.
Boston Red Sox
I also follow the Boston Red Sox, but not with the passion of the hometown Patriots.
New York Times
This is my home page and my first stop for basic daily news seen through a conventional lens.
I've always had a soft spot for Daniel Quinn material and this site is based on his book, Ishmael. Daily postings on all topics even distantly related make it an interesting site for evolutionary thinkers.
This site and its accompanying CNET newsletters is the basic source of news about software. I regularly shop for software here.
Ebay.com and Amazon.com
I'm an Ebayer currently with 42 points, buying and selling small things. I also frequent Amazon.com buying books and selling books and DVDs that no longer can call my home their home.
Ric Edelman has earned my allegiance both on his web site and his weekly Saturday morning internet radio show which can be accessed through WMAL in Washington, D.C. Ric teaches the principles of intelligent investing -- not speculating. I've learned most of financial planning skills from him.
Here is the web site for my apartment building. I often email the photo of our Green Architecture building to people.
This is the web blog of my fiction critique group. It has daily postings of interest to writers.
Here is a new site with various tools to help your own your spiritual path. I like the news postings on spiritual-related issues.
I'm also a fan of Google.com.
Consider also visiting my list of worldview related links.
This is the international conservation organization for whom I worked from 1997 to 2003.
Foundations of Success
These guys are the masters of conservation science and should be fare for anyone working with conservation or development projects.
Grist is my principal source of environmental news mailed directly to me each day. They offer a wide range of excellent features, all written in a humorous, light-hearted tone despite the seriousness of the issues.
I work part time for Fermata and thus visit their web site often for program updates and the like. You can read about projects that I work on there, such as in Pennsylvania and Texas.