Hello! This is my little tiny slice of the proverbial pie known as the internet =) Below are links to my sites that I've either made, or am making. Enjoy! Questions, comments, suggestions, or the angry ravings of a madman can all be directed to me. The only finished project is the site about Starcraft and Starcraft: Brood War, and the school preject I made on Haida potlatches. The Discworld site is sort of started and is now my current project and the Warhammer 40k site is most likely going to be changed to a site about Eldar Harlequin's. This is mostly just a testing ground for my site development skills, or there lack of =)


My web pages

My site about the Discworld MUD based on the books by a man named Terry Pratchett. It's not a broken link and more or less all of my efforts are being spent on this site, when I have the time to add stuff to it =)

My Warhammer 40k site I'm developing with a friend. It's sorta in development, when I have the time to work on it, and when I feel like working on it ;) Also, I'm most likely going to be shifting my efforts to making a Harlequin website, so this link will most likely change in the relatively near future (relative to the age of the Universe) when I actually feel like changing stuff around =)

My really old Starcraft site made for a school project that I did last year. It's not that good, but it might be a bit helpful =)

Behold! A brand spankin' new, freshly finished site that I made for a school project on the Haida potlatch. Check it out =)

A very, very boring testing area for php and CSS can be found here. Very boring ;)


Website development

HTML Goodies is an excellent site with tutorials on HTML, Flash, and some other good stuff. And the guy who runs it has a Ph.D. in Communications and is the Assistant Professor of Communications at a University. Nifty ;)

W3 Schools is also a really good site for learning HTML, XML and CSS. Check it out =)

The PHP Manual is the official PHP manual made by the PHP Documentation Group. Very detailed, and kinda hard to understand, unless you know exactly what you're looking for. It's more of a resource then a tutorial =)

Miscellaneous Links

Visual Stuff

Digital Blasphemy is a really, really good wallpaper site for your desktop background. It's also where I got the nifty picture up at the top, though mine is slightly edited in Photoshop.

flamingtext.com generates gifs according to your specifications. That's how I made the picture on the very top of the page =)

The Code of the Geeks resources

Yes, and entire section of my site is devoted to The Code of the Geeks v3.12 and other assorted Geek Code resources. When I think about it, that's pretty sad =b

Go on over and check out The Code of the Geeks v3.12. Afterwards you can go to The Geek Code Decoder Page a nifty little thing that decodes Geek Code that's been written. Take a look at my geek code =)

You can also check out The Geekest Link. Yet another Geek Code resource =) (one) Home of The Geek Generator made by Dylan Northrup, the same person who formatted The Code of the Geeks at geekcode.com. Also a place where you can find The Geek Decoder, another geek code decoding thing. Quite handy really =)

Other Stuff

Help find aliens! Go to the SETI@home website for more information. ET life! =b

Dan's site. His site about his own civilization. He's a kooky one ;) As he puts it himself: "I live in my own little world, but it's okay, they know me here."

Warranty's site. He's a friend of mine =)

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