Here are some links to Web Sites of interest. Enjoy!
HTMLgoodies If you are creating your own website and you need answers to those urgent and must answer questions like "what colour is "#000099" anyway?", then this is the place to visit.
Paul G. Allen: co-founder of Microsoft This site is amoung the best designed web sites that I've come across so far. If you are interested in well designed pages, pay this one a quick visit.
This site heralds itself as the "Single best source for facts on the Net" and there is reason to believe them. It's worth a look (and maybe a bookmark).Comedy In Motion
Awarded Best Entertainer 1999 by Festivals and Events Ontario, local Entertainer Bob Cates has been dazzling audiences internationally for several years. If you have the opportunity to see him perform (especially live), don't miss it.
The Battle of Stoney Creek
A few months back I took my kids to see the Military Re-enactment of the Battle of Stoney Creek near Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. It was great. My son said it was awesome and my daughters said it was too loud. I recommend that you visit Battlefield House Museum in Stoney Creek and if you are in the area during the first week of June, go see the re-enactment.
A fantastic site from John C. Maxwell--pre-eminent teacher of leadership
I highly recommend The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership : Follow Them and People Will Follow You by John C. Maxwell, with a forward by Zig Ziglar It is one of the best books I have ever read.
Help with HTML
This Web Page is a great reference for anyone trying to create their own HTML.
THE BARE BONES GUIDE TO HTML has the detail you need, if you are into HTML code.
These next few sites are a great source of information about the technical and trivial aspects of computer science. Check them out!Free On-Line Dictionary of Computine
TechEncyclopediaThis site is based in the UK. It has an enormous database of terms but may be too slow for your liking. For faster access, try this mirror site in the US: FOLDOC
the PCwebopediaMore technical details can be found at this site.
The PCWebopedia is a useful encyclopedia of computer technology as well as giving you links to web sites related to your topic