Cate has a Perpetual
Traveler Page and some info about his boat down in AI,
as well as a satellite telephone site.
- Christer Lindh, the
resident rock-climbing Swedish vegetarian spelunker.
- Ari Paanala, friend
of Lapps in
- Bengt-Erik Norum,
a self-professed computer geek, who lives in Moscow.
- Matthias Urlichs,
provides information for the curious near Nürnberg.
- Stanton McCandlish, Online
Activist/Archivist/SysOp/Editor in Washington, D.C.
- Marc Tamsky, a gliding
furniture building sysadmin in Santa Barbara (?)
- Chris Hand, a VR kinda guy in
- Adrian Scott seems to
be single-handedly keeping some airlines in business - and then there's
the Virtual Theme Park.
- Steve Mann researches how HMD's can be
used for interesting things such as a "visual filter" in Cambridge.
- Jim Rees, a
doer of "Little Work" in Ann Arbor.
Savoye, yet another mountain dwelling, climbing
bum, GNU hacker, Rainbow Family, Dead Head who's heavily into
traveling and computers....in Nederland.
- Michael Sattler, nicely
accommodates users of text browsers.
- John Brisbin, a
Freelance Social Gadfly, currently wandering the rim of the Indian Ocean
with Bell, his tea-powered wife.
- Steve Roberts, the original
Salisbury had an educational brush with death.
- Steve Buettner is a member of the
Elin took an Internet site-seeing motorcycle trip across the U.S. in the
Fall of '95.
Williams is travelling around the world in his truck and sending reports to
various schools around the globe. [Can't find on new site - Gone or just
- Jeffrey Gerard finds seasons
to be problematical and provides links to hell.
- Mark Grant invites you to play
- Julf Helsingius -
there's yet another story about him in the latest Wired. (Dec. p. 177)
- Joel Snyder, a consultant who spends most of
his time in constant motion, lugging a Powerbook.
Thad Starner is involved with Wearable Computers.
- Jan Tietze has recovered from the
severe brain damage caused by BASIC.
Clark had this article in the magazine Internet Today in October '95.
[Link doesn't work.]
- Richard and
Kathleen Kushman (Nexmo and Download) are hiking the Appalachian
Trail in 1996 and sending reports of their hike as they proceed north...
Williamson will be sharing his brain this year (at BrainShare '96).
...Among other things, he's got a page for beat poet, Kenneth Patchen.
- Stuart Cheshire
concentrates on issues of mobile computing and wireless networking.
- Orrin Winton writes
ham-oriented software and seeks horror stories of encounters with sysops.
has a Jet Log from a recent extended trip....
Bergerons' Bike Travels
- Peter Vollrath asks
what to do with CogSci...
- Brandi Jasmine has
- Roberto Wolnowicz
has been on a technomadic bike voyage around the world since '91.
- Doug Dyment, a dairyman??
- Robert Hettinga has made
a page for e$.
Endicott has lots of info for you to Czech out....
Covin is planning to wear his computer as he hikes north along the AT
starting April 7.
- Nick Papadakis wants to
- Harmon Seaver is a
Cyberlibrarian in the deep south.
- Amanda Moore
is from M>A>R>S> (Mobile Arts Random Sciences)
Almitra Von Willcox left in August '97 for a 12 year photo 'round the globe photo odyssey.
- Laura DiFiore has created FreSch!
The Free Scholarship Search Service - an Online database of thousands of sources of
scholarships, searchable for free!
- BikeAbout "promotes peace and
cooperative understanding through bicycling and the
increased use of technology in education."
- Dave and Helen
Damouth are on an open-ended trip around the continent. (North America)
- Alycea and
John-Paul have been on a nearly decade-long honeymoon around the globe.
Eric Rasenberg and Noesja Hoffschlag are starting on a recumbent bike
trip around Asia on November 2, 1999.
- Mitra designs complex
Internet Information Systems,
- Victor Vina
is trying to put together a database of use to technomads.
Brian Fahrlander -
Sometimes the longest part of the trip
is getting started."
- Denis Katzer and Tanja Hofmann
are on a multi-decade journey around the world.
- A humongous
collection of bicycle trip reports
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remove or whatever. ;)
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