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|Other web site of interest
Friends & Other sites
|Science Fiction and Fantasy|
|Music and Art web sites|
Please e-mail broken links to Joe Korman.
|The The Headcrash of 2006||If you did your backups on a regular basis, you can recover too!|
|ABIT Motherboards||One solution to the boot problem with some ABIT Motherboards with CDRW's on the IDE cable|
|Windows 95 Desktop Folders Icons||Would you like to have real icons representing folders? Here's how to do that!|
|Windows 95 Shortcut Shortcut||Short cut to creating shortcuts on your desktop|
|Windows 95 - Backup Tips||Tips for Win95 backup *.SET files|
|Windows 95 Theme Set up||How to make multiple custom themes|
|Yellow Brick Road||Web page design instructions. FRAMES page by Joe.|
|JoeKorNer Web Site Service||Design, write, and publish a web site for you starting at $300 US. Including links and graphics.|
|Computer Virus Myths Service||DON'T
You just downloaded a file, before opening it, you read in a News Group that there is a warning that your new file is virus. Here is a WWW page that has a large list of 'Viruses' showing the reasons they are each a hoax.
|HOWEVER||Rob Rosenberger says: '... Windows 98 may combine with Outlook 98 to change the fundamental nature of email ...'|
|If folks don't listen||From
Virus alert chain letter punishments Some people can't take a hint. They'll continue to forward hoax virus alerts long after you try to enlighten them.
Enjoy! Unfortunately, VMyths stopped updating in July 2003. However the archive is still available.
|How the PhotoKorner Works||A page showing how the PhotoKorNer @ the JoeKorNer works|
E-mail to the Systems Analyst
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Friends & Other sites
Some are humorous, some are serious, some take themselves seriously. Joseph D. Korman and the JoeKorNer do not endorse the content of any of these web site. They are provided as links to things that I find interesting or entertaining.
Friends & Other sites
|Could You Pass 8th Grade Science?||
|The International Year of Astronomy 2009||The vision of the
International Year of Astronomy 2009 is to help the citizens of the world
rediscover their place in the Universe through the day- and night time sky, and
thereby engage a personal sense of wonder and discovery. All humans should
realize the impact of astronomy and basic sciences on our daily lives, and
understand better how scientific knowledge can contribute to a more equitable
and peaceful society.
Galileoscope today! Only US
The Galileoscope: An IYA2009 Cornerstone Project The Galileoscope is a high-quality, low-cost telescope kit developed for the International Year of Astronomy 2009 by a team of leading astronomers, optical engineers, and science educators. No matter where you live, with this easy-to-assemble, 50-mm (2-inch) diameter, 25- to 50-power achromatic refractor, you can see the celestial wonders that Galileo Galilei first glimpsed 400 years ago and that still delight stargazers today. These include lunar craters and mountains, four moons circling Jupiter, the phases of Venus, Saturn's rings, and countless stars invisible to the unaided eye.
It's a kit that requires NO tools and can be assembled in a few minutes.
You may also donate a Galileoscope for only US $12.50 to a random school. When you Give a Galileoscope, no matter how few or how many telescopes you donate, the price is a flat U.S. $12.50 each. That's right: You can donate Galileoscopes at the lowest available price and pay no shipping charges, taxes, or other fees! How can IYA do this? By aggregating the donations. You don't specify who receives your donation, or even which country gets the telescopes. Donations will accumulate throughout IYA2009, and then we'll make bulk shipments of Galileoscopes to a diverse group of underserved recipient organizations throughout the world.
So, for a total of $27.50, you can have one for yourself and donate one to a random school.
|James Randi Educational Foundation||An Educational
resource on the paranormal, pseudoscientific, and the supernatural.
James Randi has an international reputation as a magician and escape artist, but today he is best known as the world's most tireless investigator and demystifier of paranormal and pseudoscientific claims.
|Bad Astronomy!||The homepage for Bad
Astronomy! - Phil Plait.- Webmster
As an astronomer, teacher, lecturer and all-around science junkie, I am exposed to all sorts of people and their ideas about what goes on in the sky around them. I have been delighted to find that most people are very curious about the night (and day!) sky, but unfortunately a lot of misinformation is spread about astronomy. Sometimes this information is just plain silly, but many times it makes just enough sense that people believe it.
What is a synonym for synonym from the Bad Astronomer.
|Cectic News||Rudis Muiznieks, a computer science graduate from the University of Calgary, started Cectic in May of 2007 to contribute something meaningful and insightful to the scientific/skeptical community, but couldn't think of anything.|
|DC's IMPROBABLE SCIENCE||This page is devoted to giving publicity to assorted dubious, erroneous, nutty, or downright fraudulent claims about drugs and other sorts of treatment. It includes, but is not restricted to, so-called Complementary and Alternative Medicine (acroynym, SCAM). In particular, it is about the incursion of such ideas into universities.|
|Dawn Asteroid Belt Certificate||I registered at NASA to have our names sent to the astroid belt!|
|Daylight Saving Time
Why it's done
Is it worth it?
|Looking at why we have Daylight time and do the reasons still exist for doing it.|
|Elements Song||Singing the names of the elements to Gilbert & Sullivan.|
|Expelled Exposed||Keep checking this space for the National Center for Science Education's official response to the Ben Stein movie Expelled; for now, we hope you will find this collection of resources helpful.|
|Interplanetary Wasabi Attack||The Astronaut, who lost a camera during a space walk, set loose some wasabi sauce while trying to make orbital sushi!|
|International Astronomical Union
Results of 2006 meeting
The folks who de-planeted Pluto The International Astronomical Union (IAU) was founded in 1919. Its
mission is to promote and safeguard the science of astronomy in all its aspects
through international cooperation. Its individual members are professional
astronomers all over the World, at the Ph.D. level or beyond and active in
professional research and education in astronomy.
|In June 2008, the IAU
defined a new object,
"Celestial bodies in orbit around the Sun at a distance greater than that of Neptune that have sufficient mass for their self-gravity to overcome rigid body forces so that they assume a hydrostatic equilibrium (near-spherical) shape, and that have not cleared the neighborhood around their orbit."
The two known and named Plutoids are Pluto and Eris. It is expected that more Plutoids will be named as science progresses and new discoveries are made, for example, when the New Horizons mission arrives at the Kuiper Belt region in 2015.
|But on 8/11/08, the Universe Today web site says Maybe NOT|
|Where the satellite fell!||In 2011, two satellites fell from orbit. This video shows what happened to one of them.|
|Reality is Virtual||My good friend and TA
colleague, Bruce Maier, has published a book, Reality is Virtual In it, Bruce
explores The Fundamental Nature of Reality in three parts:
Is the Universe equivalent to a computer simulation of it?
Can we consult other areas of knowledge to help us know if we are living in a Computer Simulation?
So, if this is a computer simulation what is the real universe like?
Use the link to purchase the book.
|Jokes for Math Geeks||Clearly the limit of this humor is . Add your face to X and divide by these jokes, and it equals laughs! Solve for X. And don't forget to celebrate Day on March 14th!|
|The Megapenny Project||Visualizing huge numbers can be very difficult. People regularly talk about millions of miles, billions of bytes, or trillions of dollars, yet it's still hard to grasp just how much a "billion" really is. The MegaPenny Project aims to help by taking one small everyday item, the U.S. penny, and building on that to answer the question: "What would a billion (or a trillion) pennies look like?"|
|Metronomes||Watch 32 discordant metronomes achieve synchrony in a matter of minutes|
|Moon Landings||Another reason that the moon landings were NOT faked!|
|Build the USS Enterprise||From the
Q: BTE-Dan, do you really think its technically possible to build the USS Enterprise over the next two decades?
A: Yes. Its within our technological reach to build a full-sized Enterprise with 1g gravity. This Gen1 Enterprise can go on missions to key points of interest in our solar system, like Mars and Venus. It will be the biggest ship of any kind ever built by humans, and it will be larger than the tallest building in the world. Its possible to build the Enterprise, and it would be a monumental achievement for us humans who inhabit the planet earth.
|Talk.Origins Archive||Talk.origins is a
Usenet newsgroup devoted to the discussion and debate of biological and
The Talk.Origins Archive is a collection of articles and essays, most of which have appeared in talk.origins at one time or another.
got 13 of 13 correct!
Don't look at my score until you took the test, because the answers are on the page.
|Rocket Science Test||I got 10 of 10 correct!
Don't look at my score until you took the test, because the answers are on the page.
|The Scale of the Universe||Slide the scale left
to right to get orders of magnitude from Quantum Foam to the
estimated size of the universe.
Warning there may be some links on this page that may not be family friendly, but the graphic itself is safe.
|S.I.G.H.T.||S.I.G.H.T. is a
private group dedicated to the research and investigation of paranormal
phenomena. Research and investigations are conducted in a scientific,
non-metaphysical manner, with emphasis on site-based environmental data
|The Skeptologists||We are The Skeptologists.
We're not willing to just accept stories of the paranormal or supernatural. We want proof. Each week, we'll take on a handful of wild claims -- from the Bermuda Triangle to Bigfoot sightings to haunted houses -- and apply accepted scientific practices and experiments to see if these ideas really hold up.
|Put Time into Perspective||
If the Earth formed at midnight and the present moment is the next midnight, 24 hours later, modern humans have been around since 11:59:59pm1 second. And if human history itself spans 24 hours from one midnight to the next, 14 minutes represents the time since Christ.
|Understanding Science||To understand what science is, just look around you. What do you see? Perhaps, your hand on the mouse, a computer screen, papers, ballpoint pens, the family cat, the sun shining through the window . Science is, in one sense, our knowledge of all that all the stuff that is in the universe: . . .|
|US Naval Observatory||Almanacs, software, and web services - provide precise astronomical data for practical applications, serving the defense, scientific, commercial, and civilian communities.|
|VOYAGE: A JOURNEY THROUGH OUR SOLAR SYSTEM:||The National Center for Earth and Space Science Education (NCESSE) invites your entire communitychildren, adults, families, and teacherson a Voyage that will forever change your perspective of home. Be a part of the national Voyage Programbecome a Voyage Communityand receive a remarkable model of the Solar System along with extensive community-wide resources.|
|What's the Harm?|| 2,451 people killed,
117,941 injured and over $138,693,382 in economic damages - because they didn't
think things through.
This site is designed to make a point about the danger of not thinking critically. Namely that you can easily be injured or killed by neglecting this important skill. We have collected the stories of over 120,000 people who have been injured or killed as a result of someone not thinking critically.
|The Russian Soyuz spacecraft on a TRAIN||The Soyuz TMA-13 is transported to its launchpad for the Oct. 10th flight (AFP)|
Friends & Other sites
|Coney Island History||This interactive educational site covers the history of Coney Island in Brooklyn, New York. It features timelines, historic articles and photographs, interactive maps that when clicked on show historic views, and lists of movies filmed on Coney Island's streets, beaches and amusement parks.|
|Coney Island - 27 Secret things||Some interresting facts about Coney Island. I didn't check these, but the few I knew about are there.|
|Coney Island in 1940||Newsreel footage of Coney Island in 1940.|
|The Darwin Awards||Darwin Awards celebrate Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by commemorating the remains of those who contributed to the improvement of our gene pool by removing themselves from it.|
|History of the World||500 images will flash before you in two minutes. That's a little over 4 images per second.|
|Homeadvisor-Local guides &
Texas Railroad History - the one reported to me by Tom and Brittney Lanny
|An interesting feature from Home Advisor reported to me by a friend of the JoeKorNer. It includes some rail related information and links.|
|Inwood-Heights-Memories||A place for old friends and new to meet and talk about their lives in Inwood and Washington Heights. This is a Yahoo group. If you are a member, you may add this to your list. If not, registration is free.|
|Lost in the Fifties||A video of photos from the 1950s|
|Lower East Side Tenement Museum||The Museum's main programs are tours of
the tenement at 97 Orchard Street.
The Museum offers Public Tours Public tours are for individuals and groups under 10 people. Public Tours are offered: Tuesday - Sunday September through June and Mondays in July & August
|We visited the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in 2004. It is a facinating look at how folks lived in one building on the LES between 1857 and 1935. Well worth the ticket price.|
|New York Starts Here||Take your family downtown and discover where New York history began. Discover New York's dynamic past with exciting walks along the narrow streets of the nation's first capital.|
|New York 1964-5 World's Fair||A collection of items from my visits to the fair.|
|Morgan, NJ||This web site is dedicated to the Morgan section of Sayreville, NJ. Morgan has many interesting aspects to it, predates the creation of the United States and was a wonderful place to grow up.|
|The Star Spangled Banner||Two links:
The Full Lyrics
The Fourth Stanza Sung by a Marine
|The Ugly Betty Coney Island||Something is wrong with the clip from Ugly Betty broadcast on 2/8/2007. It was Coney Island, but it wasn't.|
|Washington Heights||Pictorial review of the northern Manhattan Art Deco period neighborhood. Hosted by Stuart Brorson|
Links to California,
& Illinois/Wisconsin Faires
The New York Renaissance Faire
|Interwoven throughout the day are "The Tales of Robin Hood" following the conflicts between the Merry Men and the evil Sheriff of Nottingham and "The Queen's Progress" with all the pageantry of the visiting nobles of Queen Elizabeth's entourage.|
|Coney Island 1949 Map of||'Interactive' map, click on the red dots!|
|Port Authority Annual Report - 1964||This was the annual report that announced the design of the World Trade Center. It also had some information on the plans for the PATH system, which had taken over the H&M lines.|
|Pearl Harbor||Eternal Peace - when a survivor of the USS Arizona passes away, he is entitiled to be entombed with his shipmates aboard the ship.|
|Penny Postcards||Historic cards shown on this site are in the hands of private collectors. They are shown for your enjoyment. None are for sale.|
|American History Quiz||This quiz is made up of 20 questions which were once used on the actual citizenship test plus ten additional questions that are a bit harder. A score of around 24 out of 30 is considered a passing grade.|
|A Thnik Test||I got all 25 right.|
|FACEBOOK Pages - You must have a Facebook account to view these pages.||New York Places that are no more
Brooklyn New York Baby Boomers - Everyone born 1945-1963
| After the 2013
Boston marathon bombing will you need one of these
to buy one of these
Friends & Other sites
Renters - 32%
Current Mortgage holders - 33%
Paid off mortages - 27%
That leaves 7% Delinquent or in Foreclosure
The Restaurantby George Becker
I received word that George passed away in February 2012. This section will remain in his memory."The Restaurant" is a narrative of life in the North Bronx during the 1940's , as viewed by the author. It centers around a restaurant that was owned and operated by his dad at the Woodlawn Subway Station. It also has a lot to say about the neighborhood near the Mosholu Parkway Subway station, where he and his family lived, and a has a few words about the Yankee Stadium. So, we will be taking a ride on the IRT over Jerome Avenue to a time and place where boys had to wear knickers, and were told that when they grew up they could wear long pants, a place where street games and chalked up streets were the norm.
|A very special vehicle||I usually don't link to bus stuff But this one deserves a link|
|New York City
|specializing in matters related to the New York City Employees Retirement System (NYCERS).|
|RE Author||Welcome to RE Author. Explore and see the wonders of what this site has to offer you. this website is free and for your education and enjoyment.... Everything you want to know is just a few clicks away!|
|Have Voice, Will Travel||Paul Payton is a fan of the JoeKorNer. This is a link to his web page. You may have heard his voice on TV commercials.|
The More You Do The Better You Feel
This book was formerly published as
Author David Parker, a friend of the JoeKorNer: says in the introduction:
While working at my day job as an administrative assistant in midtown Manhattan, co-workers passing my desk would sometimes give me a wink and a nod and ask, So, hows that book on overcoming procrastination coming along? Ill bet you just cant find the time to get around to it! You wouldnt believe some of the good-natured ribbing I endured.
|James' World||My friend and fellow TA retiree, James T. Murphy, is capturing human interest stories that he finds on the net that you possibly overlooked and might find interesting also, view them in one place.|
|StoryCorps||From the web
StoryCorps is a national project to instruct and inspire people to record each others' stories in sound. We're here to help you interview your grandmother, your uncle, the lady who's worked at the luncheonette down the block for as long as you can rememberanyone whose story you want to hear and preserve.
|Happy and Free
Diving St. Thomas
|Gary Christensen, a former
co-worker and now a friend.
.......Sold the house
...............Sold the cars
.............................. bought a boat!
........................................and Sailed Away!
ISW Studios is in the heart of the US Virgin Islands on the island of St. Thomas. Our new facility was purpose built from the ground up. No expense was spared. With 25 rooms in Phase 1, we have put together a creative haven of over 5500 square feet. It's a Caribbean recording studio for serious artists. Gary is the President. On our 2008 cruise to the Caribbean, we met Gary for lunch near the cruise ship terminal.
Unfortunately I learned that Gary passed away around New Year's Day 2013. Here is what I posted on his Facwebook wall:
Rest in peace, my friend. This is a shock, to say the
Diving in Paradise movie series presents "Diving St. Thomas DVD, Volume 1" the ultimate St. Thomas underwater DVD! Come scuba diving with us and see the historic wrecks and vibrant reefs of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands. 4 great wreck dives and 4 incredible reef dives. You'll meet Sharks, Turtles, Barracuda, Porcupinefish, Eagle Rays, Angelfish, Cowfish, Trunkfish, and many other sea creatures of the Caribbean.
|M C Hawking||From
Professor Stephen Hawking is a brilliant, courageous, remarkable man... he is not, however, a gangsta rapper. Professor Hawking had absolutely nothing to do with the creation of this site or the songs on it.
|The penguin show||Enter Your message and Click Submit - Then send the results to friends.|
|The Root Beer Links||Root Beer has been my favorite soft drink for many years. It probably goes back to a day trip I remember with a summer camp to a Wild West (perhaps the one near Netcong, NJ - how long has that been around?) park. The root beer was served in frozen mugs. That impressed me, I've been hooked since. My favorites are Stewart's (who also makes a cream soda) and Dad's. This page lists over 500 brands.||Wild West City is still in operation in 2004. The turn off is on US 206 a few miles north of I-80.|
|Alan Russell Rosenberg Photo Pages||New, in 2008, internet friend. We
went to the same Junior High (A.S. Somers), but a few years
Professional Educator of Technology (DOE-NYC) Professional Musician (Formerly of "The Four Lads"), Professional Composer, Orchestrator & Arranger, Professional Videographer & Photographer - Candid Wedding stills.
|Superman||Video about the special effect used in the 1950s George Reeves version off my favorite super hero.|
|Snopes Urban Legends||Researched and verified or debunked
urban legends like:
|NewYorkled||Created by LED - an assortment on NYC information.|
|The Photographers Right||PDF file from a Portland, Oregon Lawyer. Some interesting points related to photographer security issues.|
How does my organization get started with Primate Programming?
What are the costs?
Are there volume discounts?
Where is the work performed?
How many Primate Programmers can I engage at one time?
What are the legalities regarding intellectual property?
|Weird NJ||Your Travel guide to New Jersey's local legends and best kept secrets.|
|Timber Bay Bed and Breakfast||The Timber Bay Bed and Breakfast is a newly constructed, completed in October 2004, Timber Frame Home built as a Bed and Breakfast. It is operated by a BTHS classmate of mine. If you're heading for a vacation in Alaska, be sure to look him up.|
Space Shuttle Columbia 2/1/2003
Official NASA web page
WTC - Memorial Page
The PATH returns to the WTC Station
Launch of FB Three Forty Three dedicated to the 343 FDNY members lost on 9/11/2001
Remembering Steve Hoskins
An internet friend and fellow railfan
A well kept secret in Bayonne, NJ is the WTC memorial there. Here are four photos I took there on a visit in 2007:
Sheldon Kanter was in my BTHS class of 1966
Here is the view from the memorial. On the right is an artist rendering of where the WTC was.
E-mail to Joseph D. Korman. - Suggest Links
He saved the Flag April 26, 1976, 4th inning Dodger Stadium
The link will open a media player
Captain Kirk visits the new Yankee Stadium!
New York Yankees!
|New York Yankees Home Page||Photos from the original
Taken at the last game, September 30, 1973.
Series Last Wins
World Series Last Appearance
|A list of all the teams that have won at least one World Series title in their history and the last time they won.|
|A Game for the Ages||July 1, 2004 - one of those
games that you will
|Some interesting stats about Babe Ruth||From his jaw-dropping numbers at the plate to his postseason pitching prowess, Ruth provided plenty of material to choose from over his 22-year career. Thus, it was no easy task to limit the list to only 10 facts, but let's take a closer look at the ones that ultimately made the cut.|
|Subway World Series||History of all of the Subway Series and other
intra city contests
by Michael J. Rudolf
|Staten Island Yankees Home Page||The new Richmond County Bank Stadium will host its second season for the SI Yankees. It is located to the west of the St. George Ferry Terminal. It has its own SIRT station!|
|The Definitive Case for Universal
January 21, 2016
|The Conclusion (before you
read the whole article)
More than 40 years after its introduction, the DH is still decried by some as a gimmick, when, in fact, there is nothing more gimmicky than making pitchers do something they are untrained and unqualified to do. When Commissioner Rob Manfred was asked about the DH rule potentially being adopted by the NL last year, this is what he said:
"Not having NL pitchers hit would deprive us of the entertainment Bartolo Colon has given us this year."
Some fan sites devoted to the New York YankeesYankees High Fy
|Full schedule with links to box scores and standings. From MLB @BAT|
|Hall of Fame||Exhibit information, members lists, directions to Cooperstown and much more.|
Yogi Bera Museum
|We visited the
Yogi Bera museum in 1999. It was well
worth the trip to Montclair, NJ. Adjacent to the
Yogi Berra field for the university
baseball team, it contains a history of baseball, the Yankees, and Yogi
Some of the highlights were
Go to the web site to get the directions.
|Baseball Stats (for the real fan)||Hits, runs, pitching for the day, week, season.|
|Baseball Almanac||Baseball Almanac has dedicated itself to preserving the history of this pastime and has rapidly grown into an interactive baseball encyclopedia filled with thousands of pages full of in-depth facts and statistics. Repeatedly recognized as THE online source for baseball related information, Baseball Almanac has something for everyone.|
|Official Rules||2000 version|
|MLB @BAT||Official site of Major League Baseball. Virtual ballpark QT tour.|
|Total Baseball||Advertising supported: Stats, Team Histories, Players' biographies, News groups, MORE!|
|Sports Autographs||Free Addresses of Major League Baseball
Players! Get Free Autographs of Your Favorite Major League Baseball Players!
The JoeKorNer is NOT responsible for any loss due to errors on the above link.
Who was the best player to wear each uniform number in MLB?
E-mail to the Team Manager
The Windhaven Gallery
Science and Sci fi
The Artwork of: Charles (Buddy) Close
Select Paintings are now available at my CafePress Store as Posters, framed prints, T-shirts mousepads, Calendars, mugs etc.
|Man Conquers Space||
This film is based on an alternative timeline to the Mercury-Gemini-Apollo era of reality - it is based on the premise that all that had been proposed in the early 1950's in Colliers actually came to pass - and sooner than they expected.
NBC's Sci-Fi Fantasy Hit showSee the episodes on line to catch up with what's going on.
Save the cheerleader - Save the World!
Top Ten reasons for watching
Take the Battlestar Galactica Quizzes
An Editorial about the VTA
|The Lord of the Rings||The
Lord of the Rings
|The War of the Worlds||The War of the Worlds, by H. G. Wells, has been continuously in print for over 100 years. Collected here are the covers of many of those editions, submitted by generous fans from around the world.|
Join the troops fighting the bugs.
Does anyone know that there are two other movies in this series?
Starship Troopers 2 - The Starship Troopers (played by Bill Brown, Colleen Porch, Cy Carter, Drew Powell and Ed Lauter) are back to take action against the Bugs in this fast-paced film directed by Academy Award winner Phil Tippett.
and Starship Troopers 3 - Marauder - When a Federation starship crash-lands on the far-flung alien planet OM-1, its passengers, including Starship leader Sky Marshal Anoke (Stephen Hogan) and pilot Lola Beck (Jolene Blalock), find themselves stranded...
|The Sci Fi Channel|
|Star Wars||Lucasfilm Official Star Wars WWW site.|
|Alien Stock Time Machine Hangar||Futurians and Space Aliens are invited to the Grand Opening of the World's First Time Machine Hangar. Interesting site and interesting event. Mark it on your calendar.|
|The Return of the Time Machine||One of my earliest memories of SF, I saw the Time Machine in the Congress Theater in Brooklyn in 1960. I think the 1952 version of War of the Worlds was the second feature. I found this link in alt.sic.time-travel. It links to an advertisment for a video of the story of the restoration of the prop used in the movie. This is NOT an endorsement, nor does the JoeKorNer receive any compensation for this link.|
|The list Star Trek Movies in order of my favorites.|
|Battlestar Trek||Battlestar Trek - Kirk/Adama/Klingons/Cylons etc. etc.on YouTube|
|Star Trek Wars||Star Trek Wars - Picard vs. Darth Vader - Great fun! Do some of us have too much time on our hands?|
|Dr. Who meets Captain Kirk!||Who-Trek|
E-mail to the Star Ship Captain
VU Ultimate Web Page Class List
|In Transit||In Transit - the Pittsburgh area's premier dance band. The band is using one of Pittsburgh trolley photos in its logo and web page.|
|Laura's MIDI Heaven.|
|All you ever wanted to know about a great composer and his music. Composed by Bernard S. Greenberg.|
|The Violin||Everything you ever wanted to know about the Violin by three teenagers as part of ThinkQuest 1999.|
|Miriam's Creations||My daughter, Miriam is a 2005
graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology in the Fine Arts and
Here are links to her main web page and some of her early art work.
|Miriam's Art Gallery|
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