Since I only have a little storage here, and because the academic nature of the account precludes commerce, I have my own hosted site,
where I can keep big files that don't relate to Harvard, as well as files I don't have space to store here.
A search engine, Google.
Hollis. Harvard On-Line Library Information System. Hollis on the web. I applaud the library system for their most excellent improvements.
Some pictures of my wire bugs.
One of my wire spiders went to Wales to visit Jem Howe, a teacher and surfer, who also makes jewelry.
See his work at the site, Low Tide Jewellery.
I commute by bicycle. Here's why.
My job is wicked cool. Lecture Demonstrations.
The Science Center is full of hardworking people, give them a call with this Science Center Phone List
Howtoons: Howtoons are now a book. Howtoons are one-page cartoons showing 5-to-15 year-old kids "How To" build things. Each illustrated episode is a stand-alone fun adventure accessible to all, including the pre-literate. Our Howtoons are designed to encourage children to be active participants in discovering the world through Play-that-Matters -- fun, creative, and inventive -- and to rely a lot less on mass-consumable entertainment.
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