Harry's Far Out Home Page
Last Update: August 26, 1996
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I've put this web page project on hold for a while. I've also moved. The good news is that I just found a job! I'll be working as a software support engineer at Infoseek. I feel very fortunate about this great opportunity to work for one of the coolest companies on the Web. Check out their powerful new search engine Infoseek Ultra, as well as their free personal news service. Heck, why don't you just go to their homepage and discover all of the services they offer. So for the next few weeks I'll be intensively studying Unix, among other things. I'll try to get back into developing the page in a couple months and hopefully come up with something a little more useful and dynamic than just a collection of links.
This page is continually under developement. If you would like to contribute to it in any way, please drop me a line. Thanks for stopping by.
Harry's Personal Section
My Resume: I'm looking for computer-related work in the San Jose area.
What I'm Currently Doing
A Story: I might include more later.
Funny Mail: Here's a best-of collection of humor that I've received via e-mail
Ask the Experts: This is a chance for you to get free advice from people who charge a lot more than you can afford. There is a wide range of experts available, and there is a 100% money-back guarantee.
Cash for College: This is my own personal link to the best sources of help for finding money for college.
Hot Pix: My personal favorite links
Top Fives: An unfinished collection our guests' favorite links. Please submit your own favorites.
Why AOL Sucks: How many AOL disks do you have? At last count, I was up to about twelve. Don't fall for their "15 hours free" ploy! AOL preys on ignorance. The fact is that AOL is one of the worst ISPs you could possibly subscribe to, as well as one of the most expensive. (But don't throw away those disks! Re-format them and put them to good use.)
Go Look For It: The Engines
Other useful engines:
Open Text Power Search
AltaVista Advanced Search Engine
Harry's Kiosk (expanded August 26)
Literature (listed in order of preference, more or less)
Make the most of your time on the web, download RealAudio now. It's free, of course.
Then go to RealAudio's Homepage to find out all the things you can do with the RA player. The sound quality isn't the best, but you can download tons of archived clips from a great number of souces and listen while you work. I love it.
Here are some of my favorite things to listen to while I'm at the keyboard:
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Coming Sooner or Later!
Harry: [email protected].
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Thanks for visiting!