I talk about some odd things in these pages. Why not index through the words, too?
This is a marker to help me remember that I want to put a link here eventually. This is sort of an under-construction thing, I admit, but there it is.
Conventional World Wide Web links take you from one document's anchor to another new document. These are forward links--you go forward from the link to the new doc. But what if you want to follow links the other way?--to go from the new document to all the links which point to it? Then what you want is backward links, or backlinks, explained elsewhere in these pages.
An abbreviation for "Frequently-Asked-Questions List." A common way of transmitting the accumulated wisdom of the readers of a newsgroup on a particular topic.
A state of concentrated, enjoyable activity. See my Flow page.
A link which takes you somewhere that is also accessible directly from my main page. My topics overlap, so I use side-links for connections that are redundant but potentially interesting. I should have an icon for this.
The permanent state of everything on the Web. Or, a lame apology for not having very good pages--an expression of good intentions for the future, with no relevance to your readers today. See my home page bit.
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