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BriGuy's List O' Good Stuff
HTML / CGI / Perl5.003 Notes
MAPI Notes from Eudora, and a history
Current weather in Mammoth Lakes. Current radar in Mammoth Lakes. Snow in Mammoth Mountain resort and Big Bear Lakes - 2020-2021, lots of royalty-free sounds and recordings
My Alaska Internship Experience 1994 !
Notes on Linux Binary Analysis
Bookmarks around the web(partial list)

Freeway Speeds - local weather
CA Tide and Surf Reports
NOAA Weather site
Mostly Southern CA Ski Resorts
Welcome to
World Ski Resorts
Eastern Sierra Transit Authority map of Mammoth Lakes
Source Code of this Homepage (last updated: 07/28/18)
So far, so much: Revised since 07/10/20
(Hey, Edgar...where is ya!)
Other Neat-o, Beat-o Pages

Mark's House
Jason Grapilon Day, the Australian golfer
Math tutoring with Dr. Medrano

Front cover comics album 2018 acquisitions 2019 acquisitions 2020 acquisitions
View Funko Pop figures/dolls View current ty Beanie Babies

Latest Doom incarnations since May 14, 2019 Alien Trilogy Doom logo Golden Souls Doom logo Star Wars Doom logo Doom World, since 07/10/20Doom World - Utilities for editing Doom
An example of a password-protected zip file

01/25/21 - The impetus for creating this website came from a university computing server on the campus of San Diego State University. Initially, the world wide web was just beginning to grow popular in 1995, and thousands of users were building web pages to show their computing skills for the NCSA Mosaic browser, then later the Netscape Navigator browser. Microsoft introduced their Internet Explorer browser shortly afterwards and commercial websites began to assert their influence with tech savvy users. Web consortiums such as the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) began a procedure of text based code and programming languages for the web such as the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), C programming, Practical Extraction and Report Language (Perl), and Javascript to augment Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) from an earlier Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML).

HTML 3.0 and thereabout introduced Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and the formatting and marginalization of the web page was modernized for a growing number of internet-capable devices such as desktop monitors, laptops, tablets, mobile devices and wearable tech devices.