Historical Research Resources
- Archive.org, a valuable source of primary source information (digitised documents, video, and photographs) for historical research online.
- The Nizkor Project, information including primary and secondary sources, for research on the Holocaust.
- The Great War Primary Document Archive, a treasure trove of information on World War I.
- The Surviving Garments Project, an unfortunately incomplete database of information on surviving medieval garments.
- Glasgow Transport Badges, a fairly comprehensive site on trams, tramways, and the people who ran them in historic Glasgow, Scotland.
- Tom Barnes-Lawrence, a software developer (Linux and Windows), and author of MMSS (Make My Static Site), on which the next major iteration of this page may appear.
- D. Glenn Arthur, Jr., a programmer/analyst and musician located in Baltimore, MD, and the person responsible for my limited knowledge of programming.
- Paul Abeleira, a local artist who specialises in still life and portraiture.
- WorldLingo Language Tools, links and sites dealing with multilingual computing, translation, and localisation.
- Canada NewsWire, because the rhetoric of press releases is often wondrous^Wmind-boggling to behold.
- Toward Confederation: The Cajoling of a Nation, from Collections Canada.
- Castle, a silly Flash game in a medieval millieu.
- The Society for Creative Anachronism, (speaking of medieval millieux) a social club I enjoy periodically.
- Air Travel Distance Calculator, for figuring out just how depressingly far you live from your online friends.
- List of UK Universities and Colleges for the academically-minded who might want to study in the UK.
- Canadian Immigration Skilled Worker Self-Assessment Test, so you too can figure out whether or not you might have what it takes to become a Canadian.
- A Dremel tool for carving pumpkins at Hallowe'en. Enough said.
- The Fools of Prophecy (Shotei Ha'Nevu'a/שוטי הנבואה) -- the official website for the band responsible for my favourite song.
- Martello Towers on the English coastline. We have some too in Canada, but they're not listed on this page.
- DMoz Open Directory, a human-sorted directory of links and information.
- Slashdot -- "News For Nerds, Stuff that Matters," and possibly the biggest, most sublime time-waster ever uploaded...