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My Friends on the Web
My wife Kristen (nee Kristen Pederson) is working on
her own web page
in her spare time, which seems to be as copious as mine.
I live across the alley from my godson
and his parents
(whom I originally met in a lethal first-year analysis course in 1980,
and whose home page you may just have discovered isn't really what his
name is linked to here, but it's the only web page he maintains, so it'll
have to do for now)
and his mother, world-renowned fantasy author
(also met in university, and a member of the infamous
I have other friends from:
- When I was little. Actually, I don't anymore, but it would be weird
and interesting to hear from Tracy Thompson, Kevin Hutchings or
Joanne Ivany, all of whom I met in Grade 1 or 2
at Fairmeadow Public School and lost touch with
when I moved to Japan after Grade 3.
Agnes Heydtmann almost
counts because we met once when we were little, but we didn't become
friends until much later.
- High school
and university, who are (to put it
politely) distinct enough to merit their own name - the
and home page.
Justin Bur has designed a minimal
home page, so I must now nag him to poslfit it.
- The high school math geek circuit, most of whom have either
disappeared or fallen into another category, and none of whom
have a web presence yet. Shame on them.
- Six months spent working at the Canadian pavilion at Expo 85 in
Tsukuba, some of whom have e-mail but none of whom afaik have
home pages yet. Shame on them, too. Especially
Alan Kastner, I've finally taken
note of your home page.
On the other hand, Alison has introduced me to many of her friends
who attend her annual Motluk Potluck.
tournament Scrabble® since summer 1993.
Living on the web, not coincidentally also since summer 1993, mainly now
on my crossword game servers
and the MOOs that are their