This is one of the earlier websites that I used for my family website. I no longer keep it up to date. See my Kargs.net page or my blog at steve.kargs.net.
Photos of Joshua
Photos of Joshua's Robots
Photos of Anna
Photos of Fireworks
Photos of Canadian Snowbirds Jet Performance
Photos of Steve's Woodworking
Photos of Thomas the Tank Engine
Photos of Trains
Karg Family History
Boy Scout Troop 11 - From Oil City, Pennsylvania - A History
Steve Karg's Resume
Lou Karg's Resume
Curtis Empson's Resume
Steve's Software Trek
The Personal Software Process (with ANSI C source code)
An object oriented elevator simulator design (with C++ source code)
Memorial page for Mary Elizabeth Karg
Anencephaly Support Foundation - information, personal stories, and medical articles regarding the neural-tube defect of anencephaly.
My Home Page
Webmail at Catholic.org.
Webmail at Lycos.
Webmail at Yahoo.
Webmail at Lithonia Lighting.
Georgia Federal Credit Union
Creation of the Earth: Institute for Creation Research, Creation-Science Research Center, Evolution Refuter, and Christian Answers.
The Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI) is the astronomical research center responsible for operating the Hubble Space Telescope as an international observatory.
Have you received an Urban Legend or Scam via e-mail lately? Not sure? Check out the validity of those outrageous claims at Snopes.
St. Joseph's Covenant Keepers - an informal international network of Christian men, under the patronage of St. Joseph, dedicated to strengthening the family.
Focus On the Family - a ministry that is dedicated to the preservation of the home and family.
The Family Research Council - reaffirms and promotes nationally, and particularly in Washington, DC, the traditional family unit and the Judeo-Christian value system upon which it is built.
National Right to Life - a pro-life reference.
The Ultimate Pro-Life Page - The most comprehensive listing of right to life resources on the Internet.
Interesting Places for Kids - An award winning ongoing compilation of pointers to things that might be interesting to kids with access to the Web.
The Feingold® Association of the United States A diet for treatment of a behavior or health problem that eliminates 1) Artificial food dye and flavors [petroleum-based additives] 2) BHA, BHT, TBHQ [petroleum-based preservatives] 3) Salicylate-containing foods. Also eliminates non-food products, like soap, that contain the above items.
John Birch Society - America, the conservative.
Conyers, Georgia - the city where I live.
The Derrick - Newspaper from Oil City, Pennsylvania.
The Anniston Star - Newspaper from Anniston, Alabama.
SlashDot - News for Nerds
News Forge - News for Nerds
New Scientist - Interactive magazine and science news stories.
Catholic Homeschooling - Free Catholic curricula, Catholic Heritage Curricula, Online Curriculum Catalog, and Mom's support.
The University of Phoenix - a private university where I got my Master of Science in Computer Information Systems.
Geneva College - a private college where I got my Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering.
Car Talk - from the weekly show on 450 National Public Radio stations, it's Tom and Ray Magliozzi (aka "Click and Clack The Tappet Brothers"). On a more serious note regarding the purchase of a used vehicle - no matter what type of warranty you receive on your used car purchase, spend the extra money to have the vehicle inspected by an independent ASE-certified mechanic. Also, pay the $20 to run a title, salvage and odometer check with CarFax. Review new and used car values before making a purchase at Edmunds, Kelly Blue Book, or Cars Direct.
I enjoy woodworking and grew up among trees and Dad's sawmill, so here are a couple of tree identifier databases online: dendrology, Ohio Trees, U-Conn, and Forestry Library at About.
Kodak - Taking Great Pictures
Kodak - Guide to Photographing Special Situations
Webshots - Your world of Photos
BSA Troop 410, Conyers, Georgia - our local Boy Scout Troop where I participate as an Assistant Scoutmaster.
GeoCaching - Geocaching is an entertaining adventure game for gps (or map and compass) users. Participating in a cache hunt is a good way to take advantage of the wonderful features and capability of a gps unit. The basic idea is to have individuals and organizations set up caches all over the world and share the locations of these caches on the internet. GPS users can then use the location coordinates to find the caches. Once found, a cache may provide the visitor with a wide variety of rewards. All the visitor is asked to do is if they get something they should try to leave something for the cache.
Google - a very fast and often accurate search tool.
Alta Vista Search Tool - an evolving search service that is an invaluable tool for finding information on the Web. Also has translation facilities that have made it possible for words, phrases, and even entire web sites to be translated into many different languages.
Geek Tools If you are always looking for a way to have all the external network resources that you use often, at your fingertips (and all sorts of cool tools that seem to be in different places that kept moving and disappearing as people moved around the net, from company to company), here is a website, capable of being used by any browser including LYNX, with minimal color (16) and minimal resolution (640 x 480), with no cookies, or Java.
Do you want to have your own website where you can publish something? Just pick a name, and go to one of these (I recommend Domain Avenue - they offer a ton of services for the price of a domain registration) to register the name. If you don't want to have your own domain, then perhaps you should try a free website (usually comes with some advertising), like Tripod.
Bluehost - a hosting company that has great service, lots of space, and multiple domains for less than $100 per year. This is the the host that I use to host several of my websites.
GoDaddy - an inexpensive domain name registrar that I use.
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