I have spent an enormous amount of time on the Web looking for transient information. Here’s my collection! If you want a link to your site, please let me know by filling out my comments page.
- Anthony Bagnetto – An accomplished thespian with an interesting take on the power of helicopters
- Bald One – My buddy David’s blog. He’s bald.
- Juliet Lloyd – A fellow Economics alum from UR, and now an accomplished jazz singer/songwriter
- Malik Evans – A good friend and elected official in the City of Rochester
- Melisa B. – Get MINImellified
- Phil Ponella – Friend, former colleague, and avid baseball fan
- theoryofpaul – A man who dreams in Dorian scales…
- Todd’s Random Ramblings – My buddy Todd’s blog
Marketing and Branding Sites
- Bill Amend’s Home Page – The creator of the Fox Trot series and one of the funniest cartoonists alive
- Business Jargon Generator – Ever wonder from where phrases like “differentiating innovative portfolios” come?
- Democracy Installer – Install some democracy wherever it’s needed!
- Dilbert – It’s so true…
- JibJab – Pretty funny Flash animations
- Origami Boulder Company – Buy wadded up paper now!
- The Capitol Steps – You have never heard political satire until you’ve heard the Capitol Steps!
- The Daily .WAV – Annoying your cubemates with non-sequitur soundbytes since 1995!
- After The Gallery of Advertising Parody web site closed, this one popped up to cover a similar genre
- The Onion – America’s finest news source
- Tiki Bar TV – Forbidden cocktails in a swank pad
Government, Research, and Financial
- American FactFinder – Your source for population, housing, economic, and geographic data
- C-Span – Public affairs on the web, brought to you by our national cable companies
- Economist, The – A well-known and highly respected publication on geopolitical topics
- Elections 2004 – Anything and everything about the 2004 election cycle
- Federal Reserve Bank – The most authoritative source on current monetary policy and interest rates
- FindLaw – Was that Marbury v. Madison or Miranda v. Arizona? A great resource for policies and laws.
- FirstGov – Your first click to the U.S. Government
- Five Thirty Eight – Electoral projections done right
- International Monetary Fund – Need to bail a country out of a financial crisis? These are the folks you call.
- MAPLight.org – Illuminating the connection between money and politics
- National Political Index – A neat site to find out everything and anything about the world of U.S. politics
- OpenSecrets – Your guide to the money in U.S. elections
- Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) – Great source for global economic indicators
- Polling Report – Public opinion polls put online
- Stratfor – Strategic planning in the areas of global security, economics, and policy.
- U.S. Treasury – A lot of neat facts about U.S. currency and some cheesy sketches of Andrew Johnson
- United Nations – Good place to get world-view statistics
- White House – Goes through a redesign every administration, but still great
- World Bank – Finance data for a number of countries
- Corn Hill Navigation – Operators of the Sam Patch and the Mary Jemison
- FromRed2Black, LLC – The best turnaround management consultants around!
- Garbage Plate Definitive Reference Guide – This is absolutely incredible. Long live the Garbage Plate!
- IntreXDesign & Associates – Professional graphic design
- Sneakery.com – Always a good read, especially for the daily spyku
- T-Cin Birmans – My high school Biology teacher’s page
- The Girl From J.U.L.E.N. – An interesting site where you can spend hours browsing
- The Hive – U of R’s first and only student web portal
- The Romantic – Creative ideas for love, dating and romance
- The Surrealist – A random generator for everything…
- The World Calendar – An amazing idea on how to simplify a calendar year
- University of Rochester – My undergraduate alma mater
- Usenet Physics FAQ – Provides good answers to some confusing physics questions
- Simon Graduate School of Business – Where I received my M.B.A.
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