My Internet involvement...
I code for and manage this complete website, including all of
www.kungfu.cc and I maintain a
blog and tons of other stuff here. And of
course I hang out in various online communities and games - the
usual stuff, including providing lots of web-formatted
analysis scripts for one
online game, eTapout. My host
for this is so good I can recommend it heartily:
I used to manage a number of computers with a variety of operating systems
(some of which are practically deprecated nowadays):
- leper.tamu.edu for the R.P. Schmitt research
group, here at the
TAMU Cyclotron Institute, which is a VAXStation 4000-90
running OpenVMS v6.2 and is used for running such analysis and simulation codes
as LISA, CASCADE, EUGENE, GEMINI, etc. On this machine, I've installed a
variety of third-party software to make things much nicer from within VMS,
Navigator v2.02, slrn v0.9.2, Pine v3.91, NCSA's X-Mosaic v2.7-4,
MadGoat Software's NetLib and MX v4.2, and much more.
I also manage several
mailing lists, including an
international kungfu list
with nearly 300 members and
a few local-interest ones. I also offer online martial arts discussion forums.
- earwig.tamu.edu for the same research group. It's a
lowly 486/33 running RedHat v5.0 Linux.
I just got it up and running recently, so there's not much to it. But it's a
sweet machine now that it's got a real operating system on it.
Here's some Internet starting points...
Google - My de facto standard
Alta Vista - An excellent WWW search engine.
Yahoo! - A hyper-hyper-linked resource.
TUCOWS - A super resource for WinSock software.