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Most of my pages are about recent or near-future technology.
I have lots of little nuggets of information about the
many things I find interesting.
am I giving out this information for free?
Documents David Maintains
- Future History time line
- wiki travel page
- Book Recommendations
information specific to places I've been or places to which I plan to go.
Which led to information on specific companies.
Which led to job search tools and investment information.
- The Technical Slang Version (TSV) of the Bible
- ChristLib Christian Libertarians
My little attempt at combating innumeracy.
Rather than letting your eyes gloss over
and vaguely thinking "That's too much"
when someone says "This project will cost an estimated 1 billion dollars",
now you can think
"That's a lot of money, but
I'd rather have 5 of those than a 12th nuclear aircraft carrier."
some notes on the learning process, the human brain, bootstrapping, FUD, etc.
- OSU Astronomy Club
information I've collected about
off-Earth objects, the people who study them,
and the tools they use.
typical link farm
DAV's personal hot list. See what I find interesting.
(It keeps growing and growing).
task list (todo.html)
(stuff that, years ago, would be in my .plan and .project files)
David's list of Unknowns
outside the bounds of human knowledge. Some would make good Science Fair
The SI prefixes, the metric system,
the standard Web character set, and
some ideas on structuring the 'Web
to make things easier to find.
Designing physical objects
for our 3D world;
design in general;
3D (and lower) geometry.
non-physical "dimensions" as a learning aid,
non-integral dimensionality (fractals),
low-level technical details about
some mathematical functions:
binary bit fiddling,
series approximations to trig functions,
"bignums" software packages,
floating point math,
hardware and software
(focus on 2D)
- Class listing
- pdx-b5 Un-Official Web Site
a list of *all* the braille codes and some related links.
What the Bible has to say about cryptography.
... the word "name" ...
Spin Dictionary (humor)
Codes, Creeds, and Commandments. Some of them serious;
others are humorous.
other people named David Cary,
and some genealogy information
Who is this DAV ?
Snippets of personal information. Does anyone really read this ?
- music.html: computer-generated music
- Feedback Form
- Software Source Code:
a silly little program to print out
minimal ASCII calendars and nicer HTML calendars.
All these files are in my
- html directory (documents I've written), or my
- image directory (pictures I've drawn), or my
Compass wiki page
, or my
my Visual Language wiki
, or my
mad scientist wiki
, or my
massmind user pages (DAV-MP-E62a)
, or my
everything2 homenode, or my
Wiki page, or my
Wiki Page, or my
wiki page, or
David's Debian install journal
, part of
- mirror directory (stuff other people made), or my
- Special Relativity directory, or my
- B5 directory, or my
- program source code directory
(source code I've written, mostly in Matlab and C).
Feel free to link to my pages. These people already have:
split off from index.html 2004-09-11.
with pieces from 1995
Original Author: David Cary.
David Cary feedback.html
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