Links, links, and more links!
This page needs a lot of work, along with the rest of my homepage...
You can choose from the following exciting categories:
Berkeley/Bay Area related stuff:
In this, my triumphant last semester at Berkeley, I'm taking
Music 20A, Women Studies 14, and a Tennis Class. Oh, it is good to be a
Last semester, I took
Additionally, I helped TA
Spring 97, I took
CS 172, and
Fall 96, I took CS 164, CS 170,
and Math 113. It turned out to be a pretty rough but rewarding semester.
Computer Science Undergraduate Association Homepage. The CSUA sponsors events to promote the unity of us CS majors.
The UC Berkeley Homepage.This
is the official page, along with an alphabetical list of
resources. Alternately, try the student run homepage.
CS and EECS courses and professors.
CalLUG, the Cal Linux User Group
Department of Mathematics
where you can find information on student groups and computing resources.Cal Bridge Club which I used to frequent but no longer have time for.
UC Berkeley General Catalog and the current schedule of classes.
features fun for the whole family!
Media Resources Center in Moffitt Library has a bunch of cool movies on tape that you can watch for free!
KALX 90.7 FM is the
station in the bay area!
Bay Area Transit
Two city guides for the bay area: CitySearch and sidewalk
Internet Movie Database
Toy Story, which was a
Here's the script for one of my favorite movies,
The Princess Bride.
See what I thought the best music of 1996 was.
Ultimate Band List where you can find info on a bunch of bands.
The Trouser Press Record Guide is a great resource. I highly recommend it.
Tour Information for various bands. TicketWeb is a great way to buy tickets online. (Bay area folks can skip straight to the Northern California Venues. You can also check at Ticketmaster.
Lyrics to a bunch of songs.
Here are some links to cool bands: Tori Amos,
Guided By Voices,
The Loud Family,
Check out a random 80's lyric.
While you are in a cheesy mood, also check out this link to a whole host
80's Web Pages!
Alta Vista is a
pretty cool web searcher. Perhaps Excite will find what your are looking
for. Yahoo is not too shabby.
Or try HotBot.
A BIG list of
The San Francisco Chronicle
Dictionary (not that I am hinting at anything, Judy.)
A Beginner's Guide to HTML,
which I should have looked at more closely before putting this page together.
And now, for some random UNIX stuff....
Here's the tcsh
online mannual...how exciting! I am also trying to learn
TeX so I can make cool looking scientific documents. Here is a LaTeX site if you are interested. I am also aspiring to learn perl and java, but I don't have the time for it right now.
TARGET, the coolest store in the world.
Public Television is really great! Here are two bay area public
TV stations: KQED (Channel 9) and
(Channel 60). One of my favorite public TV shows is Sessions at West 54.
resources on the web.
Ultimate TV List
Entertainment with a list of random links related to TV and more.
TV Theme Song Central if you are into cheesy TV theme songs.
X-Files which is the coolest show on Fox!
There are tons of pages out there:here's one and
here's another. Here is
a list of a bunch of X-files
Mystery Science Theater 3000 is probably my second favorite show, though I don't get to watch it as much as I would like.
Muppets, is another favorite of mine. Also check out Pigs in
CyberSpaaaaaaaaace! Plus, who could forget Sesame Street?
Shareware library where you
can download software
Cool Site of the Day, for pages
that are just a wee bit better than this one! And, here are the Top 5% of web sites. (I wonder why my
page isn't there...hmmm....) Or, if you are a nerd
like me, you can check out the Geek Site of the
Day! But it gets even worse....check out the Mathematician of the Day!
Speaking of cool and geeky stuff on the web, check out the
WIT which has a variety of stuff.
fun and games on the web?
Go here only when you are really bored and have nothing else to do.
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