...page" won't stick in anybody's memory, while "Rob Pegoraro's Crypt of the Inane" might. Don't use text below...And sending you e-mail about their own Web pages. Rob Pegoraro can be reached at email@example.com
...you'll get is notifications of Expander upgrades -- I've yet to receive any mail from Aladdin, four weeks after downloading the program. Bottom line: Get this now. -- Rob Pegoraro Win 95, free from http:www.aladdinsys.com
...around with installers required. The thing hasn't even crashed. I just can't figure out how this comes from the same company that's killed off popular Mac titles like Encarta and Bookshelf. Bottom line: No complaints. -- Rob Pegoraro
...Bottom line: Unless you can spell "Alderaan" without having to look it up first, don't rush to get this. -- Rob Pegoraro Win 95, $50 M1 TANK PLATOON II, MicroProse What: Armor-coated military simulation. Details: I've seen the...
Let's get this much clear: Nobody really expects the average, non-Ferrari-owning consumer to buy a digital television set anytime soon. Not six weeks from now, not six months -- well, maybe in six years. So why the fuss now?
If I had a dollar for every time I've been asked "who's a good Internet service provider?" I could afford to open an account with every one of them -- which is what it would take to answer that question completely. If you're flat-out determined to find the best possible access -- an Internet account you will be able to keep for the rest of your life, then pass on to your inheritors -- you'll have to look, and try, for a long time before you're satisfied.
...It offers several ways to browse its catalog of newsgroup FAQs -- by newsgroup name, an Acorn-to-Zoroastrianism list of topics, or with its (occasionally inaccurate) search function. Rob Pegoraro can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
...site you'll find a frequently-asked-questions file (http://www. bldrdoc.gov/timefreq/faq/faq.htm) that answers such puzzlers as: "When does the next millennium begin?" Rob Pegoraro can be reached at email@example.com
Identifying a song known only by the verse that's been stuck in your head since lunch is one of the chronic ailments of music fans. The traditional cure is to bug your friends by singing said lyrics to them until someone recognizes the tune. If, however, alienating your acquaintances isn't a priority, the International Lyrics Server is a better solution. This site, located in Switzerland, has the words to over 48,000 songs squirreled away in its archives, searchable by song title, artist name or the full text of the lyrics themselves.
...how-to-tie-a-tie links particularly useful. Sections on "knot theory" and knot-tying art (think rope origami) offer hours of distraction, if you're into that sort of thing. Rob Pegoraro can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org