|29 Dec 2002
||Ascii to Binary
||Here’s a really simple tool that lets you convert any string of ASCII into Binary, or Binary into ASCII.
|21 Dec 2002
||History of Yule
||Joyous Yule Sostace! This site examines the origin of the festival and many of the modern traditions associated with this time of the year.
|15 Dec 2002
||Steve’s Cell Page
||Steve’s Southern Ontario Cell Phone Page: Handset reviews, transmitter sites, hints and tips and tricks. If you’re thinking of getting a cell phone, visit here first.
|08 Dec 2002
||Some humorous articles about technology. “The lighter side of computing.”
|01 Dec 2002
||This archive contains software which Pagans might find useful. Mostly Macintosh software.
|24 Nov 2002
||Cat Bathing: a new form of Matrial Arts. Learn how, here.
|11 Nov 2002
||Cat owners may enjoy this owner’s manual that should have come with their felines.
|03 Nov 2002
||Now for a change of pace, Sherman’s Lagoon is an hilarious comic, about a big dumb likeable shark named Sherman. Enjoy!
|27 Oct 2002
|In time for the Holiday, here is a page that describes a bit of the ritual and cerimony of Samhain (what the witches are up to on Oct. 31st).
|20 Oct 2002
||A Modern Herbal
||First published in 1931, contains Medicinal, Culinary, Cosmetic and Economic Properties, Cultivation and Folk-Lore of Herbs.
|14 Oct 2002
||Canadian Wiccan newsletter, published eight times a year, at the Sabbats.
|06 Oct 2002
||News, reviews, information and links to the latest nifty new gadgets and gizmos.
|29 Sep 2002
||Television Without Pity
||Snarky recaps and busy forums about several popular TV shows. Spare the snark, spoil the network.
|22 Sep 2002
||A new approach to rodent performance evaluation.
|15 Sep 2002
||The Powerpuff Girls!
||Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup! Saving the world before bedtime!
|08 Sep 2002
|I can’t believe I haven’t linked to this before. User Friendly is a very clever daily comic. I visit this site every day.
|01 Sep 2002
||X-day came and went. What’s up? Where’s “Bob”? The Church of the Subgenius has some theories.
|25 Aug 2002
||Marijuana Party of Canada
||This political party has more to offer than you might think. Have a look at their party platform, see what they’re about.
|18 Aug 2002
||Bill Plympton, an independant animator, has made some of the wackiest animated shorts and full-length films you will ever see.
|11 Aug 2002
||Now you too can keep up-to-date on events in this small Californian town. Check out the Police Log.
|04 Aug 2002
||The PIC Archive
||A resource of articles, projects and information on using the PIC microcontroller. This is the chip that I used in my radio beacon.
|28 July 2002
||Columnist for the Miami Herald, this guy is Funny! How many other Pulitzer Prize winners write about exploding toilettes / cows / whales?
|21 July 2002
||Iaido / Kendo FAQ
||FAQ about Japanese Sword Arts, including information about the swords themselves.
|14 July 2002
||Minidiscs. I think they’re cool. Not new, but definately neat.
|07 July 2002
||Established in 1893, Algonquin Provincial Park is one of our oldest Parks. It’s also one of my favorite places to be.
|30 June 2002
||Phil the Forecaster
||I met Phil at a class about severe weather. He’s a great guy, a severe weather forecaster, and an accomplished artist.
|01 July 2002
|Canadian Flag Clip Art Gallery
||A repository of clip art of the Canadian Flag, the Maple Leaf, and links to some great info about the Flag and its history.
|21 June 2002
||Winsor & Newton
||Manufacturers of fine Artists’ paints and materials sincd 1832. Excellent web resources to assist new and experienced artists.
|14 June 2002
||Pagan Pride Toronto
||September 21,2002: Pagans can gather in Toronto, Ontario to show their pride.
|26 May 2002
||The Wareham Forge
||Real blacksmithing. By a real blacksmith. Iron and steel, forged to order.
|20 May 2002
||Author of Hitch Hikers Guide To The Galaxy, and many others.
|13 May 2002
||Evil Overlord List
||The top 200+ things to do and not to do, when you take over the world.
|06 May 2002
||How does your library measure up to the Occult section at Sunnydale High?
|14 April 2002
||Tim Hunkin’s fun and interesting experiments. Science. Yumm.