A selection of (personal) web pages that attracted my attention in some way
New additions are at the end
The famous Eve Astrid Andersson
- and her
Hours of Enjoyment.
- strives towards a theory of everything.
- An American with some Slovak background.
- La tierra del Dr. Salvador Allende.
Carlos Lowry (his newer page)
- and his electronic trip to CHILE.
Maksim E. Moshkow
- Maintains a HUGE online library of Russian literature, humour,
(e.g. by Vizbor,
tourism, kayaking, camping all over the Russia and other republics, and
apparently many other texts.
- A Czech who has been living in New York for a long time.
Phyllis C. Pugh
- A molecular developmental neuroscientist.
- I shared an office at Riken
for almost two years, though we never worked on the same project.
- Francesco Alberghina
- An Italian photographer who is often on the road.
- Teia had
photos of Romanian mountains and stories about Romanian history.
- Then busy with a cute little daughter.
- http://skocsis.home.ro/ was a web page "made from
100% recycled electrons"
- in Romania (apparently by this guy; also here).
recycled electrons, etc.
- Maysa-Maria Peterson
- A mad and busy scientist and mother of 4 children!
- Keren Tzur
- makes art directly for the Web.
- Angus McIntyre
- US and UK citizen living in Paris, working in artificial
intelligence, observing the world with sarcasm, and producing esthetically pleasing web pages.
- Philipp and Midori
- A Russo-Japanese couple enjoying life in St. Petersburg, Russia.
- Paul Miniato
- Computer programmer and sincere thinker; current.
- http://www3.sk.sympatico.ca/sunsd/index.html: Sean Sunley - The Brain Factory
- was a lot of food for thought, but where did it go?
- Alina Kirsanov on adjusting to life in Nova Scotia
- In Russian.
- Just So Site - another Russian family on Calgary, Alberta
- Few pages in English, too.
- The sifters
- Michelle and her journal
- A concrete representation of a sifter.
Some newer journals
- An unusual curriculum vitae
- From Indonesia through Singapore, China, Russia to Berlin
- Andrei Tarkovsky Information Central
- Grandfather gets a house
- on Art and Hungarian Gypsies of Romania, and how a few of them got help from Canada