This site has a lot to offer for music enthusiasts in the
Washington, DC area, including local music news, a large
number of events listings, information on local clubs, radio
stations, and record stores, and much more.
This is a very useful site that keeps track of crimes that
occur in the Capitol Hill area of the District. It's
unfortunate that such a site is necessary, but at least this
one has useful information and is nicely laid out.
PSA-112 West Neighborhood
This is a Neighborhood Watch site that covers crimes and
community policing on Capitol Hill.
www.scott-adams.com--Scott's web site is a very
clean-looking site that shows off his web design talents
while simultaneously giving you a glimpse into his interests.
technologies without having them get in the way.
Kirt's Homepage offers a multimedia extravaganza
in a beautifully styled package. It also offers
thought-provoking commentary on subjects such as sex and
The Bay Net
The Bay Net describes itself as "Southern Maryland's
Premier Internet Resource", and it's hard to dispute
that claim. This site is huge. It offers all of the trappings
of a comprehensive local community site, such as updated
local news and weather, chat rooms, classifieds, and a very
large community directory.
Marathon Runner's Homepage
Mark, a 37-year-old man in Kensington, Maryland, will be
running in the AIDS Marathon, which is part of the U.S.
Marine Corps Marathon, on October 25, 1998. He has put
together a nice web site using our Home Page Creator that
explains what he is doing and why. While you're there,
check out his very popular guestbook and consider making a
donation to support this worthy cause.
The D.C. News
In a former life, The D.C. News offered satire, humor, and
opinion. Now, it has been reincarnated as a site that covers
all things digital in the Nation's Capitol. It includes
reviews of various gadgets, such as camcorders, handheld PCs,
laptop computers, and cellular telephones.
DC Nites is the comprehensive guide for nightlife in the
Washington, DC area, with comprehensive info about clubs
(including club reviews), local DJs, concerts, the music
scene, and upcoming events.
This site is a comprehensive directory of resources for the
Latin/Hispanic community in the Washington, DC area. The site
is almost entirely in Spanish (en espanol).
reflections of my imagination--Brian's personal
home page features beautiful graphics, complemented by
interesting sections on his philosophy and background.
Noah Tuhan Maffitt
Noah's site features an unusual layout and some nice
Ian's Home Page--Ian's web site is very
entertaining and nicely designed. Read about how Ian grew up
in Great Britain and now lives in Virginia. Don't miss
his Top 10 Reasons Why America Sucks/Is Great page, and his
car photographs page is nice too.
This site, based in Silver Spring, Maryland, offers many
travel-related resources, but what may be of most interest to
those of you with web sites is their free news ticker. All
you have to do is add some HTML code to get a free news
ticker for your web site.
Washington, DC Area Radio & Television--This is an
incredibly detailed and thorough web site that covers
everything that you ever wanted to know about radio and TV
broadcasting in the Washington, DC area, both past and
present. It even includes reviews of local TV and radio
Kwit on the Web--A fun, eclectic personal web site
that is both entertaining and sentimental at the same time.
There are lots of goodies here, including streaming audio and
video, photos of local attractions, and personal information.
Maison du Blorg
This site describes itself as "A Geek Lounge for
Washington, DC and the rest of the world", but even
non-geeks should find something to like here. It has a nice
layout with links to mostly external sites, although it also
includes some articles of its own.
David G. Young
David has been writing very informative and well-written
articles on current events for quite some time now, although
you will appreciate his articles much more if you agree with
his conservative viewpoints.
Studio 256 invites you to take a look at the view from the
Washington Monument without standing in line for tickets. The
site uses the Apple QuickTime VR plug-in for Netscape to show
you the view. Unfortunately, the plug-in is a 6 megabyte
download for the Windows version, but if you have it, this
site is worth checking out.
Believe it or not, sometimes you can get some things for
free. This site offers free web site space and e-mail
accounts to non-profit organizations in the Greater
Washington, D.C. area (D.C./Maryland/Northern Virginia).
On-Stage offers a continuously updated guide to all of the
local arts and entertainment events in categories such as
music, theater, festivals, opera, dance, shows, and
classical. This site has the best events guide to the
Washington, DC area that we've seen and is much better
and easier to navigate than the Washington Post's Style
Live or Microsoft's Sidewalk. If you haven't seen
On-Stage yet, you should give it a try.
A positive and supportive presence for the
interracial/intercultural community. With this country's
current and seemingly neverending state of race relations,
and with Clinton's current race initiatives, this site
represents one such timely effort to bring about acceptance
of and offer support for interracial/intercultural couples
and biracial/multicultural children in a society so obsessed
p y c c k u u . o r g--We thought this was a neat
personal home page that deserves to get more traffic than it
appears to be getting, based on its counter. Owen is running
this site on his own server, which is rather unusual. We
especially liked the "OwenCam", which gives you
live updated video feeds from Owen's room. Unfortunately,
most of the times that we tried it, we got a
"temporarily unavailable" message, but maybe the
extra attention now will cause it to be available more often.
The definitive guide to the Ballston area, which is located
in Arlington, Virginia and is one of the fastest growing
business communities within the Washington, DC area. This
site features lots of listings for businesses, restaurants,
and transporation information for the Ballston area, as well
Frank Borges LLosa
frankly.com Photography--Frank has assembled a
collection of hundreds of beautiful photos from around the
world, including the Greek Islands, Israel, the Olympics and
more. The site even has an interactive voting system where
you can vote for your favorites and see which ones others
Haznet's Fallout Shelter--The author describes
this site as "A general resource for all disciplines
associated with the nebulous 'webmaster' title. It
provides information and resources to empower those who wish
to commit their meme to an electronic medium." We'll
just say that it's a nicely designed site with lots of
useful links for web site developers, whether you're
looking for help with HTML, Java, Perl/CGI, graphics, or site
This site is a very useful community resource for the
Woodbridge, Virginia area. It lists Woodbridge businesses,
schools, and more. It takes a while to load, but once it
does, it looks really nice.
Charlotte's Web--Charlotte has designed a page
that is both beautiful and informative. The nice graphics and
layout entice you to explore all of the site, and it's
quite substantial. Check out her photos and her humor page.
Her "College vs. Adulthood" page (in her
"College" section) is quite funny. And don't
forget to sign her guestbook before you leave, as she has a
unique photo guestbook.
Washington, DC Bar
This site has a huge amount of information about local
bars, including reviews of hundreds of bars organized by
different Washington neighborhoods, along with descriptions
of these neighborhoods and links to web sites. It's well
written and nicely laid out too.
SmarTraveler Washington, DC
We liked this site so much that we added a link to it in our
Up-to-the-minute News and Information section on the
Registry's front page. SmarTraveler provides continuously
updated traffic reports for the Washington, DC area. Just
click on your "favorite" commuter road, such as
I-66 or the Beltway, on their map to get the latest traffic
report before you make your daily commute to work and back.
The World of Kevio--This has to be one of the best
personal home pages that we've seen in a long time, and
maybe ever. It DOES use a lot of graphics and require a
late-model browser to get the full effect, but it's well
worth it. Kevin reveals his personality in great detail, but
this isn't the usual "here's a picture of my cat
Fluffy" web site. This stuff is funny!
DCWatch is an online magazine about politics and public
affairs in the District of Columbia. In addition to its
substantial content, the site is also nicely designed from
both a stylistic and a technical standpoint.
Logan Circle Community
This is a nice site that contains historical information, a
neighborhood entertainment directory that includes links to
maps of the featured restaurants, community information, and
Below are some of the best sites created using the Home Page
Creator. Even we were surprised by some of the things that
people were able to create using our little program!
This month, we're featuring several of the best web
pages created using the Washington, DC Registry's Home Page Creator, which allows people
to create a home page online by simply filling out a form.
Did you know that since we introduced the Home Page Creator
last winter, over 225 people have created home pages that are
now stored at the Registry? These include sites for
individuals, businesses, and organizations. Some of these
include the following:
Janet's page is quite an impressive achievement. It
includes a lot of graphics and other whimsical touches
such as background sounds.
Dorothy's page makes for very interesting reading and
gives you good insight into the personality of the author.
@Platt - Netcafe--This page incorporates a lot of
features from the author's "other" home
page, but it avoids the "template" look of the
Home Page Creator and shows you what is possible with it.
Shannon's Don't Worry be HAPPY
page--Shannon has a great personality, which shines
through in her home page. She has some great advice here.
For The Cure
Okay, so it's just a little tacky for us to feature a
page that we designed, but it's for a good cause! Raft
For The Cure is sponsoring a paddling trip down the middle
and lower Youghiogheny River on September 20. The proceeds
will benefit the Pediatric AIDS Research Department at the
Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.
Ed's Site--This is an absolutely fantastic
site, chock full of technical wonders. Check out his
Dynamic HTML page for neat stuff that you can do with
Netscape Communicator, such as jiggle your browser, move
pictures on the page, and more. There's lots of other
good stuff in this well-designed site.
Hedonist Cafe--Satisfy your desires for good food
and drink at this site, which contains lots of
mouth-savoring recipes and some info on wines.
Daria's page is everything that a personal home page
should be. It's entertaining, but it also has many
thought-provoking sections and gives you an excellent
glimpse into her personality. Her "Stuff I Think
About" and "Relationship/Dating Commentary"
pages are a must-read.
Fight Managed Care is dedicated to reining in the
power of the managed care industry. It contains an updated
journal of health policy news and opinions. The site also
has a growing collection of over 175 managed care
"horror stories" that it claims are true
Jenn's Home Page was nominated by Bob Ashley,
one of our D.C. Power Brokers from April 1996. As Bob
says, "You get to know Jenn through her great
personality (which I can relate to myself) and her
misunderstood lyric's page is quite humorous."
M@Deads Running Page
This site is an excellent resources for all those who are
interested in learning about the best places to run in the
Washington, DC area. It also has information on local
races, links to other local web sites on running, running
stories, local trails, and training tips.
ClubDC is the definitive guide to the Washington, DC area
club scene, with information and ratings.
Over Thirty Singles
This is a social club for single people over 30 years old
in the Washington, DC area. The page lists the club's
activities for each night of the week in Maryland,
Virginia, and DC.
The World According To Mr. Z--An entertaining site
about the adventures of two D.C. Netheads as they venture
outside. Contains reviews of various D.C. bars and other
The Monthly Buzz
This site contains event info for the upcoming month, plus
photo coverage and reviews of events. It gives you the
scoop on what to do each night of the week.
Notch's Homepage contains an eclectic mix of
sports memorabilia, including pictures and trivia.
The Rummery is a very sophisticated, graphically
rich site that's well worth exploring. Check out the
Star Wars section for great sound, graphics, and info
about these classic movies. Chris Cordray is a Washington,
D.C. IS professional. This site was nominated by Michelle
Discover Portugal--This is another one of those
sites where content is king. Here, you can travel
throughout the country of Portugal without ever leaving
your computer chair. This site is a must see for anyone
considering traveling to Portugal, as it contains detailed
descriptions of various travel routes and destinations
within the country.
The Vietnam Veterans'
Memorial Wall Page
This relatively simple appearing page masks a powerful
search engine that contains over 20 pieces of information
on all 58,000+ names listed on the Wall. Enter your home
town in the search engine and be amazed by the results.
We've featured them for a while, but until now, we
hadn't featured them as a D.C. Power Broker. The D.C.
News? publishes humor, satire, news, and opinion. Check
out the articles on the Mayor's brain explosion and on
AOL'ers. If you aren't laughing out loud after
reading these articles, check your pulse.
The Reliable Snore of Washingtonians--This is
another very well-done political site that will keep you
laughing for hours. You must read the "Inside the
Barry Budget" article, but there are many other
hilarious articles here as well. Washington Post Style
section writers may want to stay away.
This site attempts to answer the political questions of
our day from the perspective of our nation's founding
fathers. According to this site, at least, the founding
fathers had a very conservative political bent.
Nexus is an excellent e-zine that currently
contains thought-provoking articles on pop culture and
various comic heroes. It also contains very detailed
record reviews of REM, Sheryl Crow, and others. It even
contains a humorous article proposing a rock-n-roll Hall
of Shame and proposes some initial inductees.
Kenya's Home Page is nicely laid out and is
very interesting to explore. She has lots of links and
information relating to African-American issues,
women's issues, and computer science. Plus, she even
has an audio greeting.
Economy Seat Legroom on Transatlantic
Flights--Sometimes good things can come in very plain
packages. This site uses only one graphic and no
background colors or graphics at all. But content is king
here. The site has lots of information on legroom and
fares for flights from Dulles and BWI airports to Europe.
Jiunwei's Homepage--Jiunwei is a very talented
young web page designer who goes to the Thomas Jefferson
High School for Science and Technology in Alexandria, VA.
His site makes nice use of frames, graphics, and even
background MIDI files. Check out his Internet Tips page
and his POV-ray page, where he shows off his ray-tracing
Henry's World--Although this site is graphics
intensive (slow modems beware), it's worth the wait.
The site is very stylishly done (the 3D "Henry's
World" graphics are especially nice) and gives you a
good feel for the personality of the author. His list of
search engines is useful, and he even has a Real Audio
Closed Captioning Web--This site is an incredible
resource for the deaf and hard of hearing community and
for anyone else who is interested in closed captioning. It
contains comments by the author as well as legislative
updates, information on specific TV programs, movies, and
networks, and more.
Judy Smith's Quilting, NeedleArts and Antiques
Page--Judy's page is an exhaustive source for
links and information on quilting, needlearts, antiques,
and more. It's very pretty and stylishly laid out, and
she even throws in some D.C. links for good measure.
Frank's Case Book--Whether or not you agree
with the conservative positions taken by the author,
you'll surely find his discussions of current
political issues to be thought-provoking. Frank's Case
Book contains new essays each week (and over 50 past
essays), along with political and general links.
Industrial Meditations--Read her section entitled
"Apocalyptic Consumerism" for an insightful
discussion of the benefits and dangers of modern
technology. "A Post Cyberpunk Perspective"
contains reviews of cyberpunk books. And don't forget
to check out her CyberTV column for reviews of TV shows
that focus on computers and the Internet.
Error's Limited Internet--This site spoofs a
local ISP in a way that's guaranteed to make you
laugh. Read their e-mail to their subscribers and then go
to their main home page to see their counter of customers
trying to get a refund.
Capitol City Links--This is a slick page with lots
of useful D.C. links and even a musical accompaniment that
plays in the background. A good example of how the web is
going more multimedia.
Java Theater is a great example of the wealth of
free help and information that is still available on the
Internet. Here, you can not only see some examples of
various Java applets, but you can even view the source
code and add these to your web site. Along with a brief
explanation of Java, Shourya provides some excellent links
for more information on the language and for downloadable
finifter.com--One of the hottest trends among
personal home pages is the acquisition of personal domain
names by the authors, and we've started to see a lot
of that over the past few months. At finifter.com, be sure
to check out Tracy's ever-evolving ".plans"
and her humor page. Her stylish site uses some very
Scary Mary's Secret House of Horrors--With its
dark theme and frequent mentions of the falling leaves,
Scary Mary's place had to be a Power Broker in
October. There, you can read some depressing poems, learn
about the origins of Halloween, check out her
jack-o-lantern collection, take a walk through the
cemetery, and view some photos.
Bill's page is nicely done and contains lots of humor.
Check out his "O.S. Beers" page for some laughs
at the expense of your favorite operating system. And
check out "If Microsoft Made Cars" for some
laughs at the expense of Uncle Bill. He also has created
some neat animated GIFs and morphing graphics, as well as
a sample VRML world.
Lem Con One--This is a very impressive site, with
custom-made 3D animated graphics, a background music, a
huge graphics vault, HTML help, the George Mason High
School Class of 1995 e-mail book, and much more. This
site's stated goal is to look good and be near the
cutting edge of web design, and it delivers.
Psychic Departure Lounge--Malicia's page is a
very unusual page devoted to Goths. Her page features
lots of animated GIFs and very pretty graphics. It
also is the type of page that keeps you clicking to find
out more, gradually revealing the author's
Rick's site features "Rick Esterling's
Bookmarks", which is a very large collection of
links, as well as background information on himself. If
you're into programming, especially on Windows 95 and
NT, this page is for you.
BergerMan's Page features JavaChat, the Humor Digest,
and the Funny Relationship Page, which is a must see. All
of this is done in a nice format that includes the latest
features, such as frames and Java.
Andy's page features the AndyCam, which you can use to
look around his office. Since his site is running on his
own web server, you can also cause a message to pop up on
his computer. He also has some interesting articles that
he has written.
Dave's web site consists of only one page, and it
doesn't have a single link on it, yet it's a
fascinating page. Unlike most web sites (including perhaps
the Registry), which contain mostly links to other sites
and not much content, Dave's page is content-rich. One
can glean his philosophy on life by reading this page. He
also throws in a few nice photos of himself on kayaking
LeCount's Domain is a perfect example of the
possibilities of the Web. The highlight of his site is The
Rhythm Section. By visiting this page, you can find out
all about D.C.'s home-grown musical style, Go-Go
music. At The Rhythm Section, you can even download sound
clips of local bands and find out just what the music
sounds like. Try doing that with a book. LeCount also has
some interesting background information, including a page
devoted to his former band, Perfection, and some photos
from various gigs.
Glenn's Web features a large collection of
legal-related links, a nice photo gallery, and more, all
in a nicely done frames format.
Garrett P. Nievin
Garrettzilla is an eclectic collection of
information that pulls you in, despite the fact that it
comes in a plain package and isn't Netscape enhanced
(he explains why).
Overexposed--Take a fascinating journey into
someone's life. Check out her bio page and "i am
becoming", her online journal. Both of these pages
are much more revealing than the
typical personal home page.
Middleton Genealogy is My Hobby!! should be your
first stop if you're doing any genealogy research on
the web. Pam may live in sunny Palm Springs, California,
but she has lots of genealogy resources for this area,
including the famous Middleton Tavern in Annapolis,
Nuthin' but Links is a virtual treasure trove
of information and resources for webmasters, with links to
all kinds of images, tips on HTML, help with background
textures, color selectors, frames, Java, CGI, internet
tools, and much more.
Michèle's Mostly European is a technical
tour-de-force. This site includes not only a very nice
example of how frames can be used to enhance web sites,
but also includes some neat Java applets. There's lots
of good information in here too.
Mary Jo Sminkey
The Dogpatch features, as the name implies, all
kinds of links for dog lovers. But it also has a lot more,
including huge collections of links related to women's
issues, games, travel, music, and more.
Richard Gist's Balto-Wash Theatre Page--This is
one of the most complete listing of theatre reviews for
the Baltimore-D.C. area to be found anywhere. It also
contains lots of links to other theatre pages.
House Bowlrz, Inc.--If you're a bowler, this
page should be included in your bookmarks. This site also
has lots of links related to travel, TV, Redskins, and
DC ComiX contains many subparts, including Capitol
Hill Blue, which has tons of information on Washington
politics and is updated daily. If you're a political
junkie, add this one to your hotlist.
Eric Bourland's Useful Pages is a very eclectic
site with a little bit of everything. It includes a large
metalist, information on MS-DOS, tips on managing a group
house, and much more.
He's not from the D.C. area, but this page is too good
not to add to this list. Take a fascinating journey
through 7 decades of a man's life. There's lots of
wisdom and valuable life experiences contained in this
Again, although he's not from the D.C. area, this is
one of the best pages I've seen, with both excellent
content and sophisticated technical enhancements. Dating
Horror Stories is a must-read, and those using Netscape
Many people are predicting that for the first time in history,
the Internet will play an important role in the Presidential
campaign in 1996. In that spirit, the Registry is focusing on
the WWW home pages of the leading presidential candidates from
the two major parties. These, after all, are the real
D.C. Power Brokers. There are many other minor parties and
candidates, but there simply is not enough time or room to
describe all of them here. Although many of these candidates
claim to be "Washington outsiders" and openly blast
the "Washington establishment," the fact remains that
many of them live or work here, and all of them aspire to occupy
the swanky offices at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. One other theme
is common among these pages: you've never seen so much red,
white, and blue on a home page before. So, no matter which party
or candidate you subscribe to, we hope you'll enjoy these
This is the White House Home Page. It's very stylish
and contains background information about the President
and his family, his State of the Union Address, a White
House tour, a library, a guide to federal government
services, and more.
Vice President Gore's home page contains video and
audio clips, along with information on Mr. Gore's
favorite projects, such as his Reinventing Government
initiative, the environment, and the "information
superhighway." According to this site, V.P. Gore
first coined that phrase 17 years ago.
This very detailed site contains the Republican Response
to the President's State of the Union Address. It also
contains, among other things, a biography, an interactive
map of the United States for campaign information in each
state, Dole Interactive (which includes a trivia test,
downloadable graphics and screen savers, and more), an
electronic mailing list, and the Dole library.
Another well done site that includes a neat multimedia
archive with photos, video clips, and audio clips. Mr.
Gramm's home page also features a biography, his
speeches, a mailing list, and more.
Not as fancy as some of the other sites, but interesting
nonetheless. Steve Forbes' site contains a personal
greeting in which he asks for campaign donations (even the
rich need money), a biography, his speeches, schedules,
and his stands on various issues. There's a lot in
here about his flat tax proposal.
Lamar Alexander's home page includes a biography, some
movie clips, his quotes on various subjects, his positions
on many different issues, campaign information, and more.
And, of course, it includes his famous red and black
flannel decor, now applied to a home page.
Buchanan would have been pictured and described here
as well, except that the Registry was unable to reach his
home page, despite many attempts. Perhaps you will have
Jan's page is not only very stylish, but it is
the place to go if you live in Bethesda,
Maryland or have any interest in Bethesda.
Russ Haynal's Home page--Russ is an internet
consultant, author, instructor, and speaker. He is a
member of the Washington, D.C. chapter of the Internet
Society, and he has some useful information related to
the D.C. Chapter.
Formerly run by Tom Howder, this site features all
manner of maps of the D.C. area, as well as of the
The Goldpages--Harold is also an internet
trainer. His site features lots of useful links for the
D.C., Annapolis, and Baltimore areas.
Ram-blings--Lots of interesting stuff here,
especially his picks of the Best and Worst of D.C.
Ray simply has a ton of links that are laid out
in a stylish way with lots of little graphics and
asides to enhance the experience.
You could get lost for hours exploring all of the
various nooks and crannies of this site.
Catherine's page includes background info, photos,
and lots of links.
Internet Transit Authority Off Ramp--Interesting
writing enhances the experience. Mickey has
downloadable MODs, links, and more.
DC Wine and Arts--If you're into wine and
art, look no further. Jerry's page is the
place to go for information on wine and art in the
metropolitian DC area. Among other things, it includes
a listing of galleries and art events and a listing of
wineries and wine events.
Michael Jay Sherman
This Carnegie-Mellon student is from the D.C. area and
still calls this area home. His page is very graphical
and features pictures of D.C. as well as various
interests, including Porsche cars, Sherlock Holmes, and
the music of U2.
Go Spain--This site features a huge list
of links related to Spain. Even if you're not
interested in the Iberian Peninsula, Manuel can help
you with imagemaps, free downloadable graphics from his
FTP site, and more.
The Washington, D.C. Fun and Recreation
Page--This page contains a comprehensive collection
of information and links for the active person looking
for fun, sports, and recreation in the Washington, D.C.
An excellent guide to microbreweries, brewpubs, and
beer-friendly pubs in the Washington, DC metro area,
this page features personal observations on the quality
of the beers, the crowds, and other characteristics of
many D.C. area watering holes.
Jim's page features some really cool icons that he
has created himself, including various planets, balls,
and stylized words (they look like the chrome
nameplates sometimes used on cars). Jim has graciously
offered these graphics free to the Internet community.
If you're creating or maintaining a home page, you
have to visit Jim's page.
Slick, custom-designed graphics distinguish this site,
along with lots of useful links and the author's
interesting writing (he's not shy about revealing
Philip A. Hagen
There are better pages in the Washington, D.C. area,
but this is the webmaster's personal home page, so
of course it had to be included in the first
month's D.C. Power Brokers. This page includes
sounds, graphics, a large metalist, a biography, a
what's new page, information on the author's
businesses, an online resume, links to friends and
visitors, and a guest book that you can sign.
Writers Block is the home for writers on
the Net, with features such as the submission and
publication of original works by online writers, as
well as a forum for the exchange of comments and ideas.
Writer's Block also features The
Confessional, where people have submitted some of
their more unusual secrets for all the world to view.
As if all of that weren't enough, Rod has included
information on how to download several shareware
programs that he has written for the Microsoft Windows
3.1 operating system.
This page has about as much technical wizardry as
you'll ever see on any Web page, especially
a personal Web page. It's the kind of stuff
that will have you asking yourself, "How did he do
that?" Luckily, his page offers answers to some of
those questions. Unfortunately, you'd better have
really good server privileges (read CGI scripting) if
you want to try to emulate some of this stuff. Still, a
If you like graphics and you have a fast Internet
connection, you'll love the graphics on David's
page, which is entitled The Froggy Bottom. A
really slick page, with lots of useful Washington, D.C.
links, as well as pictures of David, his girlfriend,
and Puerto Rico.