Possibly interesting links

Here are some links that I have found useful in traversing the World Wide Web. Maybe they will help you too.

My home page: research, publications, software, teaching, students, service, advice, personal, contact, calendar; bio

UW CSE: room reservations

UW CSE course WWW pages: CSE 160, CSE 331, CSE 403, CSE 590n: Software Engineering CSE 590p: Programming Systems, CSE 590g: Architecture CSE 590s: Systems

PAG: internal, Daikon (download, manual), JSR 308

Funding agencies: NSF CISE (proposals, panelists), Air Force: AFOSR, Navy: ONR, Army: ARO, DARPA.

Programming Language Research: Google Scholar, ACM digital library, IEEE electronic library, search bibliographies, ResearchIndex (CiteSeer), DBLP bibliography, and more.

WWW search tools: Google; newsgroups: Google Groups; people: Switchboard.

Public-interest organizations: Fairness & Accuracy In Reporting (FAIR), Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility (CPSR), American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU).

Seattle: weather (more)
Travel: Metro/KC bus schedules (trip planner, One Bus Away), traffic conditions, ferry schedules, library (catalog)
Activities: Cascade Jugglers (Portland Juggling Festival), Mountaineers, (UW Climbing), Cascade Bicycle Club, bike maps, Dancing: Savoy, Century, Frank and Carole, DanceStore.com
Cross-country skiiing: WA State Sno-Parks, Blewett/I-90, Snoqualmie Pass cross-country
Arts: UW Drama, UW School of Music events, Folklife Festival
Publications: Seattle Times, The Stranger, Seattle Weekly
Politics: Washington State (legislature), US Congress

Reference/Info: New York Times (front page), Wikipedia
white pages, reverse phone lookup, yellow pages, ZIP codes.

Shopping: Camel Camel Camel, PriceGrabber, Shopping.com, mySimon, BizRate, Froogle, Jet.

Travel: (Kayak, Google Flights, Orbitz, Expedia, Vayama),

Other: Emacs (Emacs Lisp List), TEP, Veg Dining (requires Java?)

Michael Ernst