To get to know me a bit better, check out these pages.
My (slightly out-of-date) resume
The statistics and news I've put together from the Richmond Bethel Men's Breakfast meetings.
The diary of 1995's summer vacation to Turkey.
The home page of the company my partner Don and I started,
The page describing our all-new product, the
Descriptions of the courses we teach.
To help me get to my favorite WWW pages in a hurry, I've listed them below. Feel free to explore!
A very useful page of RGB color combinations
The Spatial Archive and Interchange Format home page. Safe Software has built many data translators and utilities for this geographic data format.
A Linux home page . We've been running Linux for 18 months now on a number of machines, and frankly, its more solid and zippy than any other OS we've dealt with...
One good Windows 95 Page and the Page of Windows 95 Pages . You have to put bread on the table, so all our software runs on both Windows 95 and Windows NT.
The C++ Home Page. The vast majority of our software is written in C++, using object-oriented analysis and design techniques. If the 32 bit Delphi turns out to be half decent, though, we could be doing alot of our Windows UI in Pascal!
TCL Applications and Information. We use TCL and TK exclusively to produce X-Windows/Motif compliant for our products.
The Perl Manual. Never used it, but hey, it sounds cool.
GIS Information Sources
A Unix Reference Site
List of X-MDAers Email Addresses
The Canada-Wide Phone Book
A Most Cool Image/Text Creation Place
The home page I put together for my friend Sam Rowland.
The CBC News
Movie title searches
The latest Voyager Episode
The Expo Ticket Office