This is merely a collection of links that I deem worthy of whatever popularization my web site may engender, yet they don't seem to belong on any of the other pages.

An amazing site; the kind of thing I wish I were doing/should be doing/wish I could do with the spare time I don't have/should have/could have. Check out the Letter to Linus.

An online encyclopedia of mathematics. An incredible resource, whether you know what you're looking for or not. This site came back online in November of 2001 after a protracted legal battle; Eric's note describing this struggle depicts a real drama.

An essay on "typewriterness," if you will; more generally, a discussion on categories and essences and the interrelation of function and implement.

A remarkable database of integer sequences with both mathematical (0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8...) and (less) mathematical (3, 3, 5, 4, 4, 3, 5...) entries. Interestingly, it does not contain 1, 3, 3, 2, 1, 4, 2, 4, 1, 8....

An almost year-round Shakespeare festival taking part (for the most part) in Ashland, Oregon. A fine place for a mid-summer escape (with or without the night's dream).

An excellent online source for good games. They eschew the mass-produced junk in favor of the games currently being cranked out by the Germans.

A monthly column on word origins, with an emphasis on debunking popular but false derivations (viz. posh and tip--the latter of which was incorrectly derived on NPR's Says You! of all places!)