The molecule you see in the background is fructose. I like fruit, but I also like to think small.
Ed.: This page has been largely unchanged since it first went
up. It's moved servers on occastion, and large pieces of it may be out
of date. It's not what you'd call "maintained" in any sort of
organized way. But, I keep it around because there's lots of good
content here that I have little or no desire to move to a new
format. I still occassionally update the pages with new content,
mostly poetry and stories about eating strange things. This site it
pretty much entirely static HTML, because it predates dynamic page
generation. New stuff is more at www.adamfields.com.
Welcome to my page. For info about me, click here.
To see my resume, click here.
Go to the Black on Black Page.
Of course, this page is constantly under construction, but as I learn more
html, it'll get better. Also, please remember to reload these pages
frequently, as they are changing every
day so often.
If you're lucky, I might read you some of my poetry first.
Click here to
go to the page I'm setting up for my mother's work. She is a sculptor
in stone and bronze (primarily). This page is still under construction
(of course), but it has pictures of about twenty of (in my opinion)
her best works. Enjoy! (Actually, I'm currently in the process of
building a large database application to manage the online body of her
work. It will be available soon.)
My friend Tristan, who co-authored "The Elf Invades Sears" (q.v) with
me when we were in High School, plays in a band called Deridian. Click
here to see their page, even
though they've dissolved and are no longer playing as a group.
Click here to see the crappy logo that
I did for them.
The Compleat Sculptor
Looking for anything related to sculpture? Check out my family's
sculpture supply business, The
N.V.'s Movie Reviews
Our feeble attempt at VRML!
Some useful links:
So, the links page I really use is here.
James has retracted his earlier statement about my responsibility to
disparage the passing on of links in favor of the slightly more
cynical opinion that passing on links is okay only if they're serious.
As a result, I have changed my list of links to only include those
vital to national security. Enjoy!
My bookmark file
This is an edited list of all of the pages I have in my bookmark
file. If what you're looking for isn't on the page you're looking at now, try my bookmark file - you'll probably find something you like. Click here to go to the list.
Hmmm... search engine. Now what could that be?
* Metacrawler is VERY nice. It collates your results into one page.
* Metasearch - c|net has heavily advertised their multi-search engine "www.search.com". This one is MUCH better, and has a nicer user interface. Try it!
* Alta Vista
PC's running Windows and connected to the Internet should definitely convince their users to look here.
Consummate Winsock Apps
Somewhere between pretty useful and vital to life and health
You know, fun stuff!
* Internet Movie Database Search Forms
* CNN Interactive
* The Discovery Channel Online!
* Really Helpful Navy Guy's Homepage
* Add a counter to your own pages.
Just plain silly
If you need this explained, you should probably just give up now.
* TV Bytes: WWW TV Themes Home Page
* The Capt. James T. Kirk Sing-a-long Page!
* Continuously Refreshing Fishcam image
* Cool Site of the Day
* Random Lightbulb Joke!
* Mirsky's Worst of the Web
* Toy Story Home Page!
* From Dusk Till Dawn!
Some of my friends' web pages
* Jay Michaelson
* Chris Holst
* Ali Lemer
* Ken Ehrenberg
* Rob Mitchell
* Anne Sutherland
Did you know that TeX and Postscript are both Turing-equivalent, but HTML isn't?
Lenticular is a cool, funny-sounding word.
The secret message is: Snarf the cookies, for the milkman cometh.
The secret password is "Flarf."
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