My Friends' Pages
Pardon me as I laugh. Sorry, I've seen so many of these
friends.htmls that I've come to think that having a link to all of your
friends is silly, almost cliché. along with music.html, me.html,
and resume.html, friends.html sits among the pantheon of Web
Pages Everyone Has. I have resume, music, and a rough equivalent
of me somewhere, but I don't have a good version of friends. My
inadequacy motivates this massive undertaking, this smorgassbord of
links to people who I have met whose pages are of the highest quality.
If you think I'm a friend of yours and your homepage isn't here, then I
guess I don't like you. Or maybe I think your page bites. Sorry, I'm
kidding, I just get like that sometimes. :) Seriously, email me if you
want to be included, or come by and see me, so that we can meet and I can
finally include you here.
I count everyone whose name I know as a friend. Oh, and that I've
met. For example, Bill Clinton is no friend of mine, simply because we
haven't met. I really love the adage, "There are no strangers, only
friends we haven't met."
btw, I have tried to add some emphasis to the
names of those that I feel have put tremendous amounts of work into their
pages. I have the highest respect for them! The friends I *have* met,
- First, you should go to the Swarthmore
List Because, since I'm a webmaster of this server, I like to think
that all of those guys are friends. But for some spotlights:
- Jason Bromer. He's got the
mind-blowing JasonCam up and running, and he is my personal Web-Deity.
- Maya Seligman. Updates her
page like every other day; a devoted web-weaver.
Humphrey. Helping bring the web into today's college classrooms!
Binde. She got me started on the web,
with four simple words: "Just view the source..."
- Justin Hall.
Fellow webmaster, pretty much created student webpages here at Swat.
- Byron Holz. Junior year roommate, fellow engin
major, had some deep conversations and pizzas with him.
- Josh Alloy. Phish Phan,
hoops and computer compadre.
- Joan Hoffmann. Joan! :) The creator of
Fred, and created by Fred. A study of paradoxes.
- Fred Bush. Freshman year-roommate. Sophomore
year-nothing. Junior year-Statisiticsmate. Senior year-hallmate. And
we've never played chess!
- Sonja Downing. I'm still pining
dropping of Engine. :(...
- Jordan Hay. The female version of me, except
for the freckles.
- Sherri Johnson. My
boss at the Computing Center for the past two years, now very missed!
- Elaine Huang. More spunk than is healthy.
but somebody's got to do it.
- Aaron Marsh. I bow down to this monk.
- Drew Mast. Too bad he likes frisbees better
- Ronan McCoy. We used to both be Physics
majors. But I'm still a big fan.
Preset. Does for money what I do for free!
- Chris Rodger. We used to collate papers for
the Computing Center. That is a deeper connection than you might think.
- Lynn Chosiad. Always save the best for last.
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