Here's an assorted collection of sites I find useful, interesting, indispensable and/or fun. Don't forget to "open in a new window" if you don't want to have to back up to find this list.
The New York Times
The Lewiston, Idaho Tribune, Online Edition
Search Science News Online Full-Text Articles
Greg Goebel's Vectors, reviews of current events in science
Boise Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
UU Salvational Theology
Take back our cities!
Common Cause Citizens working to end special-interest politics and reform government ethics.
Christians for the cloning of Jesus
Google!: the first, and usually last place I go to search.
Photo.net, highly recommended resource for imaging on the web.
Noteworthy Artware, an inexpensive and effective music notation editor.
HP Customer Care, support for HP products.
Micron PC Support
Bob Niland is a guy with a lot of answers
Lissajous Lab, a very clever bit of Java, and interactive visual entertainment
Any Browser organization, as opposed to "best viewed with monopoly power"
WSU Garden pest page, what to do when unwanted guests show up.
The New York Times' CyberTimes Navigator, a great starting point for finding information
United States Postal Service
Top 10 Mistakes in web design, from Mr. Useability, Jakob Nielsen. Now updated, 3 years(!) after the original.
Quicken portfolio, free quotes and information
MapQuest, how to get there
State of Idaho Home Page
Boise Idaho - Boise.Org - Boise, Idaho ID
Tiger Map Server Browser
travlang's Translating Dictionaries
Amtrak, get it while it lasts
Windance windsurfing, my first and last stop for shopping
Don Heffernan's windsurfing page
Green Bay Packers updates
Walthers, Model railroading since 1932
Urban Legends Reference Pages: Tales of the Wooden Spoon
Dr. Ozone, stupid (but impressive!) web tricks
Web Pages that Suck -- The book is even better
clickTV, where I go to see what's on
PBS, the way TV ought to be
I, Cringely, my kind of columnist
And Your Little Dog, Too: Robert X. Cringely on the findings of fact in the Microsoft monopoly case.
Tom von Alten tva_∂t_fortboise_⋅_org