Delta Blues: Reviews of Voyager
by Jim Wright. Warning: These are extremely positive reviews, but they do include a
detailed synopsis, often a transcript of each episode, which makes the site extremely
useful as a reference. Reviews of Enterprise are also being posted there.
Psi Phi: Home of news, reviews, and
other Star Trek resources. Also the place to find Star Trek reviews by
Tim Lynch, who has come out of retirement to review Enterprise.
Schedule: Lee Whiteside keeps track of the air schedules of just about every Sci-Fi
and Fantasy show out there.
SlipstreamWeb: The home for all
things Andromeda. Run by the same guy who does Trek Today and Trek Nation.
Star Trek: Hypertext:
If you would like to read commentary on Star Trek that is a bit less
unrelentingly negative than what you'll find here, then I'd recommend Jammer's Reviews. A
great site, in both content and design, even if Jammer is a little too optimistic for my
The I Hate Star Trek Page: If you think I'm tough on Star
Trek, you ain't seen nothing yet.
Trek Today: A
daily-updated archive of Star Trek news, and a big booster of this site. I always
look here to find out what I have to look -- ah -- forward to. Also try its companion site
Trek Nation for articles, commentary, and other
general information about Star Trek.
Brand Bierbrouwerij: A Dutch beer that
to my knowledge hasn't been available in the States for years. I used to enjoy this one in
its "cool white bottle."
Think "Budweiser" is an all-American institution? Guess again. Visit the home
page of the original Budweiser, in the Czech Republic, and read about their
battle with Anheuser-Busch over the rights to the Budweiser name.
Schwarzbierbrauerei: My current favorite beer. Be sure to try out the marble/billiards
game (hit Gewinnspiel -- then START! -- then Gewinnspiel Starten to play).
A page dedicated to the breweries of Kulmbach, in Bavaria, including EKU (Erste Kulmbacher
Union) whose products, sadly, have disappeared in the U.S.
brewery in Wisconsin, USA. Their products are a mixed bag, with some outstanding beers and
some truly dreadful ones. I'm partial to their Honey-Weiss and Northwoods Lager.
A genuine pilsner (not like the industrial corn lager made by the big U.S. brewers and
labeled "pilsner") from the city that created the style, Plzen, Czech Republic.
All Music Guide: This is the
equivalent of IMDb for music, artists, albums, song
titles, etc. if you're into that sort of thing.
Golden Earring: The
official site of the best band in the world.
Internet Movie Database: A
searchable database of movies and television shows, which includes cast and crew, release
dates, etc. An excellent argument resolver.
NTN: The folks who run
the interactive trivia game found in bars and restaraunts around North America. I'm a
player from way back (SLUGS at Getaway Cafe).
Pegasus Mail: Still using LookOut?
Shame on you.
Specializing in wacky, community-interactive works of art. This is our sponsor and, more
importantly, my wife's site.
Vivisimo: A metasearch engine created
by Carnegie Mellon University tech-heads.