My interests are diverse, but I primarily follow the shows listed below:
- Doctor Who
- The Dr Who Page at the University of Surrey
contains information on the background of the series, a list of all doctors and companions, and
a detailed episode list.
- Doctor Who Trans-dimensional Junk
is a site containing a very detailed episode list, pictures, sound files, quotes, and much other information.
- An extensive list of quotes from the series can be obtained from
The Doctor Who Interesting Quote List.
- The Doctor Who Home Page
contains an episode guide, a list of birthdays of the series acters/actresses, a list of stations that
carry the series, a list of fan clubs, and fan fiction and humor.
- rec.arts.drwho is a very active newsgroup related to the series.
- The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (and other projects by Douglas Adams)
- The Prisoner
- Star Trek (all series/forms)
- The Amok Times Newsletter is a great source
of information for those interested in Star Trek trading cards, CCG, and other collectibles. Maintained by
- The Star Trek: The Next Generation
page provides lists of cast members and aliens, trivia, and a complete episode list.
- Paramount maintains a site for Star Trek: Voyager.
- The Dublin City University Star Trek : D.C.U. Home Page
contains interesting information, including the Ferengi Rules of Acquisition,
Data's Ode to Spot, and miscellaneous technical information.
- An exhaustive episode list can be found at the Star Trek (Austria).
Pictures, sounds, quotes, and fan fiction is also available at this site.
- The Continuum Home Page
is maintained at the University of Michigan and contains sound files, pictures, and links to other Star Trek pages.
- rec.arts.startrek.info is an informative, moderated, newsgroup.
The following are just some of the artists that I am interested in:
- Contemporary Christian Music
Netcentral provides links to several Christian music labels,
as well as artist home pages. For up-to-date information regarding the Christian music industry, visit
The Lighthouse electronic Magazine.
- Charlie Peacock
The Very Official Charlie Peacock Internet Site
maintains official information about Charlie and upcoming projects.
- The Choir
- Daniel Amos / DA / Swirling Eddies
Forefront Communications maintains the Iona WWW Homepage,
including lyrics, album information, tour schedules, and information about the band and band members.
- Jars of Clay
The Unoffocial Jars of Clay Home Page
provides definitive information, much supplied by Any Lowell, brother of band member Charlie Lowell.
- Phil Keaggy / Glass Harp
Way Back Home page contains information about the Phil Keaggy fan club, and abbreviated discography, and
a Phil Keaggy FAQ.
- Larry Norman / People
The Solid Rock / Phydeaux Home Page
provides information about Larry as well as lists of currently available albums.
- Out of the Grey
The Out of the Grey
page provides articles, pictures, discography, tour dates, and much other information.
- Resurrection Band / REZ
Stu Heiss maintains his own home page.
Band information, a discography, lyrics, sound clips, and tour schedules can also be found at the
Unofficial Resurrection Band Home Page.
- The 77's
Two comprehensive sites are The Official(?) 77s Home Page
and Landon's 77's Page.
- Sixpence None the Richer
Complete band information can be found at the
Sixpence None the Richer Home Page.
- Randy Stonehill
- Steve Taylor
The Steve Taylor in '96 Campaign Headquarters
provides everything you need to know (and much you don't) about the campaign.
The Quantitative Roland Stephen Taylor
Ubiquitous Volume HTML includes several video clips along with the obligatory discography, bibliographic information
and other pertitent information.
- Classical / Jazz
- Canadian Brass
Information about the Canadian Brass is available from the
BMG Canadian Brass Page.
- Chuck Mangione
- Richard Stoltzman
- New Age
- Jean-Michel Jarre
- Mannheim Steamroller / Chip Davis
- Rock / Popular
- The Who (including solo projects of band members)
- Yes (including solo projects of band members)
Actually, my interests in programming extend beyond Visual Basic, but currently Visual Basic is my
primary development tool. As you can guess from my profession, I do not have lots of time and the
rapid prototyping and development features of Visual Basic work well for me. On of these days, I may
have time to return to my prior love of C/C++ programming.
Some useful Visual Basic links:
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