This page isn't very fancy; it's really just the places I want to visit. I use it as the default page with which to start my web browser. That is, it's really my "home" page. [Actually, by default I skip everything up to the technical links.] Josh can probably skip to his school wiki links.
This page is intended to be readable with any browser. Last I checked, it passed the check in the W3C's validator. I consider this page a tool, and try to limit its contents to meaningful content or useful links.
[Me] [Tech] [Reference] [Boston] [My Friends] [My Interests]
I'm married and have a child and live in a nice suburb of Boston.
I am an embedded systems programmer, working on large lasers for IPG Photonics. Most of my work in the last couple of decades was related to forwarding the Internet Protocol. I am one of the inventors on patent number 6,003,077. For more information, look at an abbreviated summary of my professional C.V., or ask for a copy of the whole thing.
I have a separate page to list places I've been. I also have a Livejournal and a Facebook account, and a LinkedIn account and Google Plus and a few more (but no Twitter, Tumblr, or Pinterest).
I play a lot of board games, occasionally including the ones in my own board game collection. And (technically not a board game) I own a Twilight Zone pinball machine. The Pinwiki includes advice on handling WPC resets. I also own a Taylor dreadnought guitar, which I bought in the spring of 2000 from the Music Emporium in Lexington, MA.
I used to maintain a Web page for the RiverFolk Concert Series at the Blackstone River Theatre in Cumberland, RI, but they do it themselves now. Closer to my current home, there's a list of Boston Area coffeehouses.
Baseball: [Boston Red Sox] [Pawtucket Red Sox] [Lowell Spinners]
Hockey: schedules for: [UMass Lowell] [Boston University]
WWW Virtual Library: Beer & Brewing.
Local Brew stores: [HomeBrew Emporium (Cambridge)] [Beer and Wine Hobby (Woburn)]
The Constitution of the United States, the Bill of Rights and the rest of the amendments.
Science is the political issue of the day. I'm for it. NASA will tell you why climate change is real. The fullest collection is probably the NOAA report.
Radio Theatre from [ZBS], [Full Cast Audio] (Bruce Coville et. al.). SF Story podcasts: [Escape Pod] and [StarShipSofa]. Reviews and links at [SFFaudio].
Shakespeare: [Complete works] [British Library Quartos] [the Folger Library]
The English and Scottish Popular Ballads (1898), Francis James Child. The Alan Lomax Recordings.
My collection of SCA and SF (Society for Creative Anachronism and Speculative/Science Fiction) links.
You can reach me at: email@example.com.
last modified: 1:38pm, Monday, 18 Nov 2013 by Lowell Gilbert.