Containing full text versions of thousands and thousands of books now in the public domain. This includes (just in a random scan through the D’s) several of Daniel Dafoe’s works, major and minor titles by Dostoevsky, and countless novels by Charles Dickens. There’s Shaw, Shakespeare, Skelton, Chaucer, the Arabian Nights, and all major religious works, including the Bhagavad-Gita and several versions of the Bible. On the other hand, because of copyright restrictions, there are no modern authors. Franz Kafka is not in there. James Joyce has restrictions.
Who’s Alive, Who’s Dead
Precisely what it says. Lists celebrities either dead or merely forgotten.
Reverse Phone Directory
Put in a phone number and it gives you the name and address. Put in the address, it gives you the name and phone number. Listings tend to be somewhat dated, and of course it does not include unlisted numbers.
A central reference page for libraries (including the Library of Congress), encyclopedias, thesauri, dictionaries and so forth.
Barry Crimmins's web page.
He and I used to work together. Well ... we were hundreds of miles apart most of that time. But we worked on the same show ... just not anymore. Anyway, he's a really strong writer.
Lizz Winstead's web page.
Hey, she and I used to work together, too. And we worked together before that. And maybe we'll work together again.
This is a cyberspace comic strip about a guy who wants to kill a retarded baby from the future because it won't let him watch Gilligan's Island. It's as brilliant as it sounds, but you have to read it from the beginning. Not for the sensitive. Here's the index of all the chapters. The link to Chapter 1 is at the bottom of that page.
Underground comics for the Internet. Warning: some of these suck.
He writes for a weekly newspaper in Montana. I never met the man in person, but he's really funny and it's starting to anger me.
He's from Missouri and writes funny things about Japan. How many of us can lay claim to that? Also, check out his links section, which could be the world's largest collection of links to anyone or anything named "Kenner."
He lives in Falls Church, VA, and writes such lines as, "When I was a kid, I used to envy the honorary bat boy at a baseball game. Now that I'm older, however, I feel sorry for them because I realize that they are about to die."
Based out of the United Kingdon, it links to odd, overlooked stories: e.g., "Police resuscitate Napoleon the dwarf rabbit." New stories every day.
Laurie Kilmartin’s Web Page
Laurie has been maintaining this web page for years, keeping a constant diary of her life as a stand-up comedian - including bad road gigs, evil people and a nationwide tour of public swimming pools.
David Spark’s Web Page
Contains hundreds of pictures of hundreds of stand-up comedians, including me, when I was one.