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Buffy Sainte-Marie Rose, photo by George Mander, © 2000

Reba's Eclectic Collection of
Musings, Images and Annotated Webliographies

The Buffy Sainte-Marie Rose

A rose as beautiful as its namesake.
Use the search tool at: Every Rose: The Rose Reference Database to learn more about this flower. The photo in the masthead of this page was taken by George Mander, © 2000.

Cyberskins: Live and Interactive by Buffy Sainte-Marie

About as powerful a piece of writing as I have ever read. Buffy uses a few example's to offer up a reasoned argument for all that is good about the Internet.
For more about what Buffy Sainte-Marie has been up to lately -- see her digital art, information on "The Cradleboard Teaching Project" and more, on her site at: http://www.creative-native.com/.

Interview with God

Beautiful photography and a surprizingly insightful text.

The Pluralism Project

Diana L. Eck spearhead's this work of Committee on the Study of Religion, Harvard University.
Couple with this the astounding collection of essays on the site of the Ontario Consultamt's for Religious Tolerance at: http://www.religioustolerance.org and this quiz to help you see just where you stand RELIGION/BELIEF SYSTEM SELECTOR: An Exploration of World Religions (you may just be surprized -- but I do regret how much advertising there is on this page, as the quiz is wonderful) and well ...
I think you can see where I am headed with all of this.

Prayer for World Peace

The prayer "May peace prevail on earth" in many of the world's languaues. See also the site of the Peace Pole Project at: http://www.peacepoleproject.org/index.html.

Color Landform Atlas: New York

Check out this glorious map of New York State!http://antwrp.gsfc.nasa.gov/apod/image/0011/earthlights_dmsp_big.jpg

Earth at Night

"Astromony picture of the Day: 2000 November 27." Notice the perhaps predictable use of electricity on our planet (for example compare Japan, South Korea and North Korea). This is a HUGE image, you will need to scroll both down and arcoss to enjoy it completely.

Project Gutenberg

"The Project Gutenberg Philosophy is to make information, books and other materials available to the general public in forms a vast majority of the computers, programs and people can easily read, use, quote, and search." (quoted from the site). Texts included out-of-copyright, so in general, one can assume works published before 1923.

George Fox: An Autobiography

"This document, the autobiography of the founder of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers), is just one of the many texts available from The Christian Classics Ethereal Library which is similar to Project Gutenberg, but with an obviously specialized focus.

New York Public Library

Explore and enjoy the site of this remarkable library.

Camera Obscura

This site is the rather amazing work of one guy named Gregory J. Rosmaita. He lost his vision in his 20's, I don't know how old he is now, but he has been Blind long enough to know a whole lot about it. He obviously knows a whole lot about a lot of other things, too!

Martindale's "The Reference Desk"

This site another one-man "can you believe he did all that???"
I especially appreciate the Calculators On-Line Center which includes tools to make just about any calculation you can imagine, being terrified of numerical equations, but liking very much for things to come out right.


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