A few favorite links, organized for your convenience
, a much more powerful program than Carrara, and free too!
, the people that make Carrara, the program I formerly used to make most of my pictures.
Digital Carvers Guild
, A bunch of useful and beneficial extensions for Carrara.
My Deviant Art
, If you haven't seen enough of my work, there's some more here...
One of my better movies
, sound effects by Daniel Andrews
. Made when we were 16 years old.
My YouTube channel
, for a bit more graphical stuff.
, a number of the posts on my blog have audio content.
, nearly all of the Project Fledgeling posts have accompanying audio.
, an audio book reading based on the original by Shamus Young.
How I Learned
, an audio book reading based on the original by Shamus Young
The Law, by Frederic Bastiat
, a not-so-venerable recording of the much more venerable original
, some recordings I've made, though I can't speak to the quality.
The KJV Holy Bible.
My weblog, along with my good friend Toad.
, a fine writer and very entertaining computer programmer and nerd. His novel, "Free Radical"
is fantastic, he's written another one, "Witch Watch"
, and I finished writing his third book, "Fall From the Sky"
which he had given up on
A rather long poem I wrote during the summer of 2005 for my then-girlfriend. We later broke up, though probably not over the poem?
, my blog about game design, programming, AI, philosophy, etc.
. If you want to secure my services, you might want to review this first.
My brothers and I wrote this story when we were about ten years old. I've published it as-is. It's about a boy named Hundar who has magical powers!
is a volunteer driven sci-fi movie that I've contributed quite a few
man hours to. Check it out! It should be awesome!
The Booher Family music camp
is a great place to hang out and play music (or is it the other way around?).
, Want to fix a machine, build a factory, or anything else engineers dream of? Here's where to get the parts!
, When standard parts from McMaster won't do, get configurable parts here.
The House of Hozz
, our sad attempt at a truly humorless "web-comic" can be found here.
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