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.]
This page is intended to be readable with any browser. It does not use any enhancements that are particular to a specific browser (such as Netscape). This doesn't mean it will work perfectly on every browser, since I have yet to find one without obvious bugs in even the most basic of HTML. It does mean that I use a minimum of inline graphics, and provide alternative text for each. I consider this page a tool, and try to limit its contents to meaningful content or useful links.
[Me] [Tech] [Boston] [My Friends] [My Interests]
As of Memorial Day 1998, I'm a parent. Of course, I have pictures.
I no longer work at Epilogue Technology. I am one of the inventors on patent number 6,003,077, which is assigned to Epilogue's parent company. I've made a few job changes since, and am now working at Crescent Networks, doing router fastpath configuration.
I have a separate page to list places I've been.
I no longer maintain the Web page for the RiverFolk Concert Series at the Blackstone River Theatre in Cumberland, RI, but I'd still be happy to encourage you to go...
People argue about it enough, they probably ought to read it: the Constitution of the United States, the Bill of Rights and the rest of the amendments. That and much more is available through Congress's Thomas system.
Baseball: I'm not really a fan, but I do enjoy going to games. My local pro teams are the:
Hockey: schedules for:
WWW Virtual Library: Beer & Brewing.
National Public Radio (NPR) and the Public Broadcasting System. My local stations (which I support) are WGBH (Channels 2 & 44 and FM 89.7) and WBUR (90.9 at Boston University, not to be confused with a student station, which BU also has). NPR has many good shows, including Car Talk, which has a *really* good WWW site, and, incidentally, is produced at WBUR. My favorite PBS show is Mystery, which is produced by 'GBH.
My collection of SCA and SF (Society for Creative Anachronism and Speculative/Science Fiction) links.
My collection of compact disks (hey, I already had them online...). Also, a tale of Route 128 (I am not making this up...).
last modified: 5:28pm, Thursday, 1 Mar 2001 by Lowell Gilbert.Due to "Spam" problems, I no longer include mailto links on my web pages. If you don't have my e-mail address and can't guess it from the URL (hint: that should be easy), you'll have to track me down some other way. I'm sorry.