The above table shows up with a tiny font size on some browsers.
There is nothing at all in the above HTML that specifies a size,
and I haven't been able to figure out why some browsers do this.
If you have any information on the phenomenon,
please send me a message,
especially if you have a link to the explanation.
If you can't find something that you expected to find here,
try sending me email,
and I may be able to put it back.
Here are some of the music and dance groups I'm involved with:
- Cambridge Folk Orchestra
- International Folk Dance Music.
- Roaring Jelly
- The Boston area's massed contra-dance band.
- Klezmer Contraband
- High-energy contradance music with an Eastern flair.
- Oivan Ilo
- Traditional Finnish music in the Boston area.
- Finnish folk dances.
Hidden somewhere on this web site is a
picture which almost certainly violates the Communications
Decency Act and any other local anti-pornography law in your part
of the world. The supporters of such legislation often claim
that, if you put something on the Web, "Anyone can get it". The
Web is supposedly so insecure that any child can download
anything at any time. So I've put a naughty picture here as a
challenge: Can you (or any neighborhood child ;-) find it? If you
succeed in viewing the picture, please
send me a message
telling me the text across the top, plus an explanation of how
you found it. If you can't find it, you might pass my URL on to
anyone who makes such provocative claims, and challenge them to
show you just how easy it is by finding the picture.
I've been checking periodically since I put the above up in 1996, and both "ls -lut",
and the server logs say that nobody has read my dirty picture since I created it back April 1996.
Hey, guys; can't you do better than that!?
I mean, it's been 24 years now, and *nobody* has looked at it.
It's a nice picture, really! ;-)
Some of my directories
||Humor from various sources.
||Compressed tar kits for downloading.
||Perl modules and URLs.
||Some useful scripts.
||C source tree.
||Some useful tcl scripts.
||Assorted test files, mostly web-related.
My email addresses, in the order that I'm likely to read them:
(The above addresses both forward to the same machine.)