This page contains links to some interesting and unusual sites.
This site is where I first learnt of that little known Victorian era communication device, the stentorian beckoner. This site is truly unusual and interesting.
John Walker was the founder of Autodesk and now resides in Switzerland. He has produced this wonderful site, an achievement which makes the development of AutoCAD pale into insignificance.
William Beatty is a research engineer from Seattle. If you have a few weeks to spare, take a wander through his wonderfully unpretentious website. You won't be disappointed.
I've never been a fan of the steampunk genre but I love the images. This site is full of them.
George Landow is professor of English and Art History at Brown University. He is also the Webmaster of the Victorian Web.
He brews his own beer and collects slide rules. How can you fail to like the man?
Many years ago I used a morse key to obtain my ham radio license. I can understand the nostalgia that Tim Patton felt when he assembled his interesting and unusual collection of telegraph keys.