Friends and Other Interesting People

Unfortunately, many of my closest friends don't yet have web pages.I'm trying to bring them gently into the twentieth century before we cross the threshold of the twenty-first, but as many people in the computer world know, this is far from an easy task. In the meantime, here are the links to a few people who have played a significant role in my life and who have actually made web pages for themselves.

The Gang of Four

Back in my RPI days, a small group of friends spent a lot of time working together on collective stories like Bar-Trek and Ikibomot High School, and also frequently shared transportation and crash space at science fiction conventions. A subset of Apricot Systematic, we referred to ourselves as The Gang of Four. Besides myself, the members were:

Other Friends


Computers and the Internet have been a very useful social tool for me, and I've made many new friends and acquaintances through the computer-related organizations of which I've been a member. The web sites of these groups will contain links to other interesting people whose paths I've crossed in the past few years, in addition to much useful information in their own right.

If you're not on this list and think that you should be, feel free to e-mail me and threaten dire vengeance if you're not added.

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