A number of people I know have Web presences....
- Doug Austin - a friend of mine
for a long time; we first met at the College
of William and Mary in 1987. Like me, he occasionally tinkers with things
- Mark Kelley - a friend from Leap
Wireless, Mark maintains a site with some interesting perspectives on
technology (especially wireless technology).
- Darrin Massena - Darrin
was one of the first people to work out the details of programming on the
Palm Computing platform. Though he's no longer actively maintaining the site,
it's still quite interesting from a historical perspective.
- Matt McIrvin - a most impressive
Web presence; of particular interest to physics enthusiasts.
- Adam Rifkin - has an amazingly
huge presence on the Web which gives rise to the question: where does he
find the time?
- Walt Sanford - Walt Sanford is a
friend of mine who teaches in Fairfax County. He maintains an extensive collection
of astronomy- and geoscience-related resources online.
- Walt Stoneburner - Walt is a friend of
mine that I've known for many years. He's been spending a lot of time building
a virtual organization to support a number
of projects including some collaborative programming efforts.
- Dave Sobel - a friend of
mine from Concept Five. Like me, he graduated from the College of William
and Mary, though we weren't there at the same time.
- Måns Tånneryd - I met Måns while
working on a computer security project in Stockholm, Sweden. He's one of the
sharpest software developers I've ever worked with, and is a really nice guy
Phil Wherry - [email protected]