Site Map


A collection of some of my favorite links - check them out! (All links open in a new browser window.)

General Interest
  • http://flutesonline.com - My parents' website, specializing in Native American flutes and accessories.

  • http://silvae.net - My brother's site, and home of Decennial Gothica, an Internet radio station featuring Gothic & symphonic metal.

  • http://longpatrolclub.com - A book club of which I've been a member since 1997, this is the best site on the 'net for news and info about best-selling British author Brian Jacques.

  • http://cmu.edu - My alma mater, and the best school in the country. (Possibly I'm a little biased after spending six years there...)

  • http://anysoldier.com/ - This is an amazing site that gives you contact information to send a letter or care package to soldiers who don't get much or any mail from home.

  • http://www.phdcomics.com - A sidesplitting comic that truthfully depicts the life (or lack thereof) of grad students.

  • http://www.starwars.com/ - As a dedicated (some would say rabid...) Star Wars fan, how could I not include this?

  • http://abstractfonts.com - Okay, I admit it. I am a fontaholic. This site is my favorite for the sheer number and variety of free fonts offered.

  • http://www.eviloverlord.com/lists/overlord.html - A list of the top things an evil overlord should never do... check it out!

  • The New Hacker's Dictionary - This dictionary of old computer terms dates from when "hacker" referred to the good guys who were expert programmers and computer innovators, not the jerks who hack systems or write viruses (the proper term for them is "cracker"). I've always been a word geek, so this online book has been a favorite of mine. Most of these terms originated in the early computing hotspots of the U.S., such as MIT, Stanford, and yes, my school, Carnegie Mellon. Curious to know what clustergeek, angry fruit salad, dogwash priority, banana problem, and non-optimal solution mean? Read and find out!

Music Links


Site created and maintained by Elisabeth Potthoff