Links to some things I think are interesting:
- I used to have a bunch of
physics related links here,
but I have put them into their own file as a mini list.
- Some things other than science,
but still academic:
- Some neat links to cultural type shtuff. These could easily also
occupy a separate file, but I think it's good to show off that I
do in fact think occasionally about something other than work.
Search index for American folk songs; gives words and
sometimes playable tunes (in funny midi tones).
The songs in this index are "currently unavailable
because many of them are of unknown copyright status."
I am keeping the link alive in hopes that it will be cured soon,
although it has been a few years already....
General Gaelic music home page. Some nifty links. See especially
the one inauspiciously labelled just "Tunes".
- Harmonica lessons
on the web!
The USA CityLink Project Someone is actually trying to get
America into the information age. I was disappointed that
Albany's (my home town) is rather blase. Similar things for
Indian cities have lovely gif files of fantastic architecture
and sometimes those "clickable maps." Why isn't the state
education building, or the capitol, or some museum exhibits
- --and look at this!
A real gem of American culture (I'm
Dr. Seuss home page
- Other random stuff.
This includes some things I use a lot, some new things I've just tried,
and all manner of genera. It is not well organized.
- My life and my wife
I got married in August, 1998 and have some notes and
comments on that. This is also part of my more general personal
Sites of my academic history:
SUNY SB University home-page,
Physics department here;
Our group's home page, and
main home-page in Japan.
the UPENN Physics department's
home page (since I was a grad student there.)
where I was an undergrad.